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Key Bishops and Advocacy Group Leaders Propose Plan of Separation

By Walter Fenton A prominent group of 16 United Methodists released a detailed proposal today calling for an amicable separation of The United Methodist Church. The group included individuals representing all the major advocacy organizations affiliated with the church and eight bishops from around the world, including Bishop Kenneth Carter, current president of the Council … Continue Reading

Why a Mediated Negotiation?

By Keith Boyette This year, The United Methodist Church is 52 years old. Of course, the Methodist movement, currently composed of approximately 80 distinct Methodist denominations worldwide, is much older than that. The UM Church was formed from the union of The Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren Church in 1968. Methodism, as with … Continue Reading

Global UM Leaders Reimagine a New Methodist Movement

Traditionalist United Methodist leaders from around the world have agreed on an expansive vision for a new, global Methodist church. Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, March 2 – 4, episcopal leaders from Africa, Eurasia, the Philippines, and the United States, were joined by traditionalist clergy, and renewal and reform group leaders from the Confessing Movement, Good … Continue Reading

Transitioning to a New Church… in God’s Time

By Keith Boyette On May 5, the day The United Methodist Church’s General Conference was set to convene, UM advocacy groups, representative of each of the theological streams in the church, released comments on the significance of its postponement. Each of the groups (Mainstream UMC, Reconciling Ministries Network, UMForward, and the Wesleyan Covenant Association) remain … Continue Reading

Preparation for Launch

By Keith Boyette In Ecclesiastes 3, Solomon reminds us that there is a time for every activity under the heavens. The times we live in seem strange indeed. Any sense of normalcy has been replaced by the knowledge we have never walked this road before. Many routines have been disrupted. The journey we are on … Continue Reading

A Sure Hope for a Faithful Future

By Keith Boyette The United Methodist Church is now less than one year away from a defining General Conference that was postponed earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Given the long delay, some United Methodists are wondering if the Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation has been derailed. And concerns about it … Continue Reading

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WCA Viewpoint

The purpose of the new program is to answer questions WCA members and friends have regarding transitional issues United Methodists will need to navigate should The United Methodist Church’s 2021 General Conference adopt the “Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation.” The program will also answer questions about the WCA’s draft “Book of Doctrines and Disciplines,” and general issues related to the launching of a new, traditional and global Methodist church. The first episode is available in our App on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Holy Conversations Podcast: The WCA Podcast

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We encourage you to order our brochures.  It is a great resources for one to have to share about the WCA at your next meeting or event.  These brochures serve to inform others about the WCA, our mission, and our values.

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Read the draft "Book of Doctrines and Discipline"

With increasing clarity, the WCA will continue to prepare for the launch of a new traditionalist Methodist church. And to that end, we continue to develop a draft Book of Doctrines and Discipline for such a church. We have invited engagement around the ideas presented in the draft and are encouraged by the respectful dialogue it has engendered. The WCA continues to refine its work and welcomes input from others.

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Check out the "Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation"

The WCA believes the protocol agreement’s implementing legislation would allow us to move forward into a more hopeful and faithful future, eager to share the love and grace of God with all people.

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Learn about the Mediation Team here.

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A Firm Foundation

The Book can be a resource for a church’s leadership team or small groups to engage not only the present challenges but promising future for the people called Methodist. Each chapter of the Book concludes with thoughtful questions to invite conversation. Order your copy today!

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Most Recent Articles

Gratitude for God’s Hidden Acts

By Keith Boyette November 24, 2021 Have you ever felt alone in standing resolutely for the Lord? That somehow God has focused His attention on some other part of creation, abandoning you to your circumstances? Certainly, the prophet Elijah felt that way. In 1 Kings 19, having defeated the prophets of Baal, Elijah is forced … Continue Reading

Prayer is the Work

By Carolyn Moore November 19, 2021 I’ve heard it said that prayer is not preparation for the work. Prayer is the work, and I absolutely believe that. It is why I have personally emphasized the work of prayer in this movement called the Wesleyan Covenant Association. More than two years ago, we launched the International … Continue Reading

Mr. Simon Mafunda Joins WCA’s Leadership Team

By Walter Fenton November 16, 2021 The Wesleyan Covenant Association is pleased to announce that Mr. Simon Mafunda has joined its leadership team. He will serve as the association’s Africa Coordinator, facilitating the flow of information between the Global WCA and Methodists in Africa, and communicating African Methodist perspectives to WCA council members and staff. … Continue Reading

The God Who Delights In Small Beginnings

By Keith Boyette November 12, 2021 The Wesleyan Covenant Association recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. Many of you will recall our first gathering in Chicago, Illinois in October of 2016. We came together out of a desperate desire to be the people who had been called of God to contend for the faith. We longed … Continue Reading