The Community Times Magazine Features two Wesley members. Felicia Howard and Betty Price are featured in the March issue of The Community Times Magazine, a black owned magazine based in Florence, SC. Visit The Community Times Website for access to the articles.
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Actually, it was more than that, as we also had a full Holy Communion service. And it was particularly wonderful because we got to see each other in person -- although while taking all proper COVID precautions, of course! This Drive-Up Worship service was held today at noon in the... read more →
Rev. Tiffany and Kareem went to vote today, and as you can see, they accomplished their mission! Let this be an example to us all! If you haven't voted, get out and do it. As of today, more than a million of your fellow South Carolinians have already done their... read more →
Looking for a way to make yourself stop for a moment and reflect upon your faith? Check out the Daily Devotional, which you can find from any page on the Wesley website. Look down at the black bar across the bottom of the page. On the left-hand side, right above... read more →
Election Day is Nov. 3, but plenty of your friends and neighbors are already voting. You can, too, and avoid the super-long lines -- and health dangers -- of the day itself. In fact, there are already lines -- just probably not that long. In-person absentee voting started Oct. 5... read more →
The men of Wesley have begun a series of conversations on critical issues of the day bearing on social justice, from the coronavirus to George Floyd. But that doesn't mean women have been left out. In fact, the Zoom forum on Sept. 12 was all about women -- specifically, black... read more →
You may have been distracted lately, and missed the big news that happened back on Feb. 9, 2020. That was the day when Rev. Tiffany's and Kareem's whole world changed for the better, with the birth of their son, Kaleb Boykin. Asked for an update on how all that's going,... read more →
On Jan. 2, a national radio audience heard a message of hope from our own Rev. Tiffany Knowlin Boykin. On that day, National Public Radio’s “On Point” – a production of WBUR in Boston – presented a special program titled “Turning The Page To 2020, With Some Of Our Favorite... read more →
This October, with the South Carolina presidential primary four months away, NPR came to Columbia to find out what South Carolinians were thinking. And our own Rev. Tiffany Knowlin Boykin was one of the four local people they asked. She was on a panel consisting of: Gavin Jackson, reporter and... read more →