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                                    June 6-7, 2007

                         STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
It is the mission of the Penn-Jersey District to glorify God, making more and better
disciples for Jesus Christ in the diverse communities of eastern Pennsylvania, New
Jersey and the Greater New York City Metropolitan area…
         By strengthening and multiplying healthy churches;
         By equipping, encouraging and empowering Spirit-filled ministers and lay
         church leaders who are fully devoted to holy living and effective evangelism;
         and
         By promoting and facilitating the vision, compassion ministries, discipleship
         programs and worldwide outreach of The Wesleyan Church.



                                     CORE VALUES
 •   A commitment to Christ-likeness in faith and holy living.
 •   A commitment to Biblical authority in preaching, teaching and guidance.
 •   A commitment to local church growth fostered through Biblical evangelism,
     discipleship, and church planting.
 •   A commitment to team ministry fostered through mutual respect, love and
     affirmation of gifts of ministry, and active involvement in and support of The
     Wesleyan Church.
 •   A commitment to servant leadership demonstrated through transformed lives
     and change oriented influence.
 •   A commitment to generosity through the faithful sharing of time, gifts and
     finances.
 •   A commitment to the global mission of influencing others toward life changing
     faith in Jesus Christ.


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                DEDICATION
The 2007 District Journal is dedicated in memory of
       The Reverend Maurice Beeman
                       and
        The Reverend Joseph Fleurant



                              The Reverend Maurice Beeman
                                 December 17, 1939 - August 3, 2006

                    The Reverend Maurice William Beeman, Sr. was born in
                    Lake Placid, NY on December 17, 1939. He later attended
                    and graduated from Eastern Pilgrim College with a Bachelor
                    of Science in Bible degree. While attending the college he
                    met Constance Hope Clift and they were married on
                    November 19, 1960. He and Connie shared 45 years of
                    marriage.
                    Rev. Beeman was ordained into Christian ministry on June
                    28, 1966 by the Wesleyan Church and served as the pastor
                    of the Salem Wesleyan Church, Salem, NJ for 40 years. Rev.
                    Beeman served all of his years of pastoral service in the
                    Penn-Jersey District.
                    The life of Maurice was devoted to his love for Jesus Christ.
                    He was the "real deal" where faith was lived and not only
                    spoken about. His greatest desire was for others to have
                    their own personal relationship with Jesus Christ.



                               The Reverend Joseph Fleurant
                               September 22, 1945 - November 18, 2006
                      The Reverend Joseph Fleurant was the founding pastor of
                      the Wesleyan Jerusalem Church in Elmhurst, New York and
                      pastured there from March 1985 until his death in
                      November of 2006. Rev. Fleurant was married to Mireille on
                      January 30, 1971 and was ordained into the ministry of The
                      Wesleyan Church in 1995.
                      In addition to being a pastor, Rev. Fleurant also worked as
                      a hospital administrator, teacher, youth and marriage
                      counselor and clinical social worker. He received his BS
                      Degree at York college and got his MSW, MA at New York
                      University. He was a doctoral student at Columbia
                      University, attended seminary at Wesleyan Bible School
                      located in Petit-Goave, Haiti and attended Cornell
                      University where he studied Health Administration.




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                              DIRECTIONS FROM MAJOR ROADS
                                  TO THE DISTRICT CENTER
                       (6737 Cetronia Road, Allentown, PA 18106)
From US 22 or I-78—(Westbound)
    US 22 and I-78 merge on the west side of Allentown. Go to Exit 49A for State Road 100 South to Trexlertown. Follow
State Route 100 South past lights at Schantz Road and Industrial Blvd. Continue south on State Route 100 to Cetronia
Road and turn left at the grain elevators. Follow Cetronia Road east to Trinity Wesleyan Church at 6735 Cetronia Road.
District Center is located behind Trinity Wesleyan Church.

From I-78—(Eastbound)
   Go to Exit 49A for State Road 100 South to Trexlertown. Follow State Route 100 South past lights at Schantz Road
and Industrial Blvd. Continue south on State Route 100 to Cetronia Road and turn left at the grain elevators. Follow
Cetronia Road east to Trinity Wesleyan Church at 6735 Cetronia Road. District Center is located behind Trinity Wesleyan
Church.

From I-476—
   Take US 22 West, which merges with I-78 West. Get off at Exit 49A for State Road 100 South to Trexlertown. Follow
State Route 100 South past lights at Schantz Road and Industrial Blvd. Continue south on State Route 100 to Cetronia
Road and turn left at the grain elevators. Follow Cetronia Road east to Trinity Wesleyan Church at 6735 Cetronia Road.
District Center is located behind Trinity Wesleyan Church.

From Route 309—
State Route 309 merges briefly with I-78 on the west side of Allentown near Dorney Park. Take Exit 54A for Hamilton
Blvd./US 222 South. Go south on Hamilton/US 222 toward Reading. Continue through lights at Schantz Rd, Brookside,
New Krocks Rd., Krocks Ct. and Grange Road. About 1/4 mile past Grange Road, turn right and go north on Mill Creek
Road. Turn left at the second stop light that you come to (Cetronia Road) and follow west to Trinity Wesleyan Church at
6735 Cetronia Road. District Center is located behind Trinity Wesleyan Church.




      Directions can be obtained by going to the District website at www.penn-jerseydistrict.org.

                      DISTRICT BOUNDARY AND ZONE DIRECTORY
DISTRICT BOUNDARY
The Penn-Jersey District shall include that part of the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York in the area
bounded as follows: beginning on the Pennsylvania-Maryland state line at Interstate 15, thence northward on Interstate 15
to the southern boundary of Tioga County, thence east along the southern boundaries of Tioga, Bradford and
Susquehanna Counties to the western boundary of Wayne County at Forest City, thence eastward across Wayne County
on Routes 106 and 6 to Narrowsburg, thence southeast along the New York state line to the Hudson River, thence east to
the southwestern corner of Connecticut, thence eastward to include Long Island, thence southward to include all of New
Jersey, thence westward along the Pennsylvania-Maryland state line to Interstate 15.



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                                     DISTRICT ZONES
DELAWARE VALLEY                                    10.   Orefield, Faith
 1. Aston, Chichester United                       11.   Pocono Lake
 2. Blackwood, Community                           12.   Point Phillip
 3. Bridgeton, First                               13.   Stockton
 4. Bridgeton, Familia                             14.   Stroudsburg
 5. Carney’s Point                                 15.   Sussex
 6. Egg Harbor, Centro
 7. Egg Harbor, Christ’s                           METROPOLITAN
 8. Florence, First                                 1. Bronx, Faith
 9. Glassboro, Olivet                               2. Bronx, South
10. Glassboro, Olivos                               3. Brooklyn, New Hope
11. Levittown                                       4. Brooklyn, First
12. Millville                                       5. Brooklyn, Pilgrim
13. Pleasantville                                   6. Canarsie
14. Salem                                           7. Canarsie (Holiness Tabernacle)
15. Vineland, First                                 8. Coney Island, Philadelphia
16. West Conshohocken                               9. Darby
17. Willow Grove, First                            10. Elizabeth, International Praise Center
18. Yardville, Wesley Grove                        11. Huntington
19. Yardville, Hispana                             12. Jersey City, First
                                                   13. Jersey City, First Filipino-American
LEBANON VALLEY                                     14. Newark, Newborn
 1. Carlisle, Wesleyan Church of the Cross         15. Nyack, Pilgrim
 2. Hanover Wesleyan                               16. Philadelphia, Pilgrim
 3. Harrisburg, Bethel                             17. Plainfield, Iglesia
 4. Lancaster, Crossroads                          18. Queens, Wesleyan Jerusalem
 5. Lebanon                                        19. Queens-Jamaica
 6. Lititz                                         20. White Plains, Iglesia Cristiana
 7. Pine Grove
 8. Pine Grove, Pleasant Valley                    SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY
 9. Pottstown, Wesleyan Christian                   1. Augustaville
10. Seyfert                                         2. Lincoln Falls
                                                    3. Millersburg, Calvary
LEHIGH VALLEY                                       4. Millview
 1. Allentown, Evangelical Wesleyan                 5. Milton, Christ
 2. Allentown, Hope                                 6. Muncy, Pleasant View
 3. Allentown, Iglesia Hispana Cristiana            7. Rebuck
 4. Allentown, Trinity                              8. Stonington
 5. Bethlehem, Calvary                              9. Sunbury, Trinity
 6. Cherryville, Bethany                           10. Watsontown, Delaware Run
 7. Clinton, Faith Chapel                          11. Williamsport, Faith
 8. Frackville, New Hope
 9. Northampton




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                                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS
Dedication ........................................................................................................................................ 3
Directions and Map .......................................................................................................................... 4
District Zones ................................................................................................................................... 5
                 SECTION ONE—DENOMINATIONAL AND DISTRICT DIRECTORY
Denominational/Educational Institutions Directory............................................................................ 8
District Directory............................................................................................................................... 9
Directory of Lay Members of District Boards and Committees.........................................................13
Pastoral Appointments ....................................................................................................................15
Church-Pastor Directory..................................................................................................................18
Directory of Ordained, Commissioned and Licensed District Personnel ..........................................47
                                SECTION TWO—STANDING RULES, POLICIES
Standing Rules ...............................................................................................................................56
DBA Policies ...................................................................................................................................66
                   SECTION THREE—ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
2007 District Conference Agenda ...................................................................................................70
Minutes of the 39th Annual Conference ...........................................................................................77
                                              SECTION FOUR—REPORTS
District Superintendent ....................................................................................................................86
Assistant District Superintendent ....................................................................................................90
Servant Ministries Director ..............................................................................................................91
Independent Auditor........................................................................................................................93
District Treasurer ............................................................................................................................94
    2006-2007 Budget Report .........................................................................................................94
    2006-2007 Apportionment Report .............................................................................................98
    2006-2007 Extension and Evangelism Goal Report ................................................................100
    2007-2008 District Budget .......................................................................................................102
    2007-2008 Monthly Apportionments ........................................................................................105
    2007-2008 Extension and Evangelism Goals ..........................................................................108
DBA Report on Pastoral Relations ................................................................................................109
District Board of Ministerial Development ......................................................................................113
District Director of Spiritual Formation ...........................................................................................117
District Children’s Ministries Director .............................................................................................119
District Evangelism and Church Growth Director...........................................................................120
District Director of Hispanic Ministries ...........................................................................................121
District Director of World Missions ................................................................................................122
Memoirs Committee ......................................................................................................................123
Sunday School Statistical Report ..................................................................................................125
District Statistical Report ...............................................................................................................127
                                        SECTION FIVE—WESLEYAN WOMEN
District Officers .............................................................................................................................166
WWI Bylaws..................................................................................................................................167
Daily Proceedings .........................................................................................................................168
Reports of Officers, Directors and Committees .............................................................................171
                                          SECTION SIX—WESLEYAN YOUTH
District Youth Cabinet ...................................................................................................................180
District Youth Director’s Report .....................................................................................................181
District Youth Treasurer’s Report ..................................................................................................182

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DISTRICT & DENOMINATIONAL DIRECTORY




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                        DENOMINATIONAL DIRECTORY
THE WESLEYAN CHURCH WORLD HEADQUARTERS
  Location:                                           13300 Olio Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
  Mailing Address:                                 PO Box 50434, Indianapolis, IN 46250-0434
  Telephone:                                                                    317-774-7900
  Web Site:                                                          http://www.wesleyan.org
  Departments:
     Communications                                                            (317)774-7907
         Email: communications@wesleyan.org                               Fax: (317)774-7913
     Education and the Ministry                                                (317)774-3911
         Email: wesedmin@wesleyan.org                                     Fax: (317)774-3915
     Stewardship Ministries                                                    (317)774-7338
         Email: stewardshipministries@wesleyan.org                        Fax: (317)774-7341
     Evangelism and Church Growth                                              (317)774-3900
         Email: stevensonp@wesleyan.org                                   Fax: (317)774-3899
     General Secretary                                                         (317)774-3922
         Email: generalsecretary@wesleyan.org                             Fax: (317)774-3924
     General Superintendents                                                   (317)774-3934
         Email: gensupts@wesleyan.org                                     Fax: (317)774-3931
     General Treasurer                                                         (317)774-3941
         Email: treasurer@wesleyan.org                                    Fax: (317)774-3948
     Spiritual Formation Department                                            (317)774-3888
         Email: spiritualformation@wesleyan.org                           Fax: (317)774-3880
     Wesleyan Investment Foundation                                            (317)774-7300
         Email: wif@wesleyan.org                                          Fax: (317)774-7321
     Wesleyan Pension Fund                                                     (317)774-3954
         Email: wpf@wesleyan.org                                          Fax: (317)774-3955
     Wesleyan Publishing House                                                 (317)774-3853
         Toll Free Sales Line:                                                 (800)493-7539
         Email: wph@wesleyan.org                                          Fax: (317)774-3860
     Wesleyan Women International                                              (317)774-7974
         Email: wwi@wesleyan.org                                          Fax: (317)774-7975
     Global Partners                                                           (317)774-7950
         Email: wwm@wesleyan.org                                          Fax: (317)774-7958


EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
  Bartlesville Wesleyan University
     Address:                                     2201 Silver Lake Rd., Bartlesville, OK 74006
     Phone:                                                                    (918)333-6151
  Bethany Bible College
     Address:                                26 Western St., Sussex, N.B., E4E 1E6, CANADA
      Phone                                                                    (506)432-4400
  Houghton College
     Address:                                                            Houghton, NY 14744
     Phone:                                                                   (585)567-9200
  Indiana Wesleyan University
     Address:                                    4201 S. Washington Street, Marion, IN 46953
     Phone:                                                                   (765)674-6901
  Southern Wesleyan University
     Address:                                         907 Wesleyan Drive, Central, SC 29630
     Phone:                                                                  (864)639-2453

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                                DISTRICT DIRECTORY

DISTRICT CENTER
     6737 Cetronia Rd., Allentown, PA 18106-9202                               (610)366-0310
     Fax:                                                                      (610)366-7050
     E-mail:                                                               pjdistrict@aol.com

DISTRICT OFFICIALS
  District SuperintendentDr. Harry F. Wood (Alice)
     Office6737 Cetronia Rd., Allentown, PA 18106-9202                       (610)366-0310
     Fax:                                                                     (610)366-7050
     E-mail:                                                                hfwood@aol.com
  Assistant District SuperintendentRev. Dwight Mikesell
     Office200 W. Laurel Dr., Bridgeton, NJ 08302-3634                      (856)451-2226
     Fax:                                                                    (856)451-4662
     E-mail:                                                        DwMikesell@hotmail.com
  District SecretaryRev. Dwight Addington
     Office2262 Hershey Ave., E. Petersburg, PA 17520-1508                       (717)560-6535
     Fax:                                                            [call first] (717)560-3822
     E-mail:                                                           IWU76@comcast.com
  District TreasurerRev. Robert Simpkins
     OfficePO Box 185, Millersburg, PA 17061-0185                             (717)692-3473
     Fax:                                                                      (717)692-5291
     E-mail:                                                                rjs1036@epix.net


DISTRICT STAFF
  District SuperintendentDr. Harry F. Wood (See above)
  Director of Ministerial Credentialing—Rev. Dwight Mikesell (See above)
  Director of Servant Ministries—Dr. David Babb (Freda)
     3565 Eton Rd., Allentown, PA 18104                                         (610)395-0897
     District Office:                                                           (610)395-8598
     Fax:                                                                       (610)395-8598
     E-mail:                                                              db2bb@verizon.net
  Director of Church Planting—Rev. Dwight Addington (See above)
  Director of Global Missions—Rev. William Miller
     363 Stamm Road, Milton, PA 17847                                           (570)742-8987
     E-mail:                                                         pastorbill@cwcmilton.org
  Director of Finances—Rev. Robert Simpkins (See above)
  Director of Hispanic Ministries—Rev. Patricio Labbe
     2620 Arch Street, Allentown, PA 18103                                      (610)791-0659
     E-mail:                                                      plabberev14_6@yahoo.com
  Administrative Assistant—Mrs. Pamela Fetterhoff
     6737 Cetronia Road, Allentown, PA 18106-9202                               (610)366-0310
     E-mail:                                                               pjdistrict@aol.com




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2007-2008 DISTRICT BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION
  ChairpersonDr. Harry F. Wood, District Superintendent
  Vice-chairpersonRev. Dwight Mikesell, Assistant District Superintendent
  SecretaryRev. Dwight Addington
  TreasurerRev. Robert Simpkins
  DBA Members-at-LargeMinisterial
                          
     Rev. Arlie Davis, Rev. Kevin Fetterhoff, Rev. Anthony Graham,
     Rev. Patricio Labbe, Rev. Timothy Moore, Rev. Donavon Shoemaker
  DBA Members-at-LargeLay
     Dr. David Babb, Mrs. Mary Cerullo, Dr. Michael Everett,
     Dr. Lennox Pigott, Mr. Robert Strum


2007-2008 DISTRICT DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS
  Director of Spiritual Formation—Rev. Brenda Smith
  Children’s Ministries DirectorMrs. Cherie Swink
  Evangelism and Church Growth DirectorRev. Dwight Addington
  Wesleyan Women District DirectorMrs. Ginger Johnson
  Wesleyan Youth PresidentRev. Justin Leininger
  District Director of Global MissionsRev. William Miller
  Director of Hispanic MinistriesRev. Patricio Labbe


                  2007-2008 DISTRICT BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

  DISTRICT AUDITING COMMITTEE
     Rev. Phil Loria                           Rev. Robert Simpkins


  DISTRICT BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
     Dr. Harry F. Wood                Rev. Brenda Smith


  DISTRICT BOARD OF EVANGELISM AND CHURCH GROWTH
     Rev. Dwight Addington—Chairman  Dr. Harry F. Wood—District Superintendent
     Rev. Norm Goos (’08)            Rev. Stephen Smith (’09)
     Rev. Dan Hall (’09)


  DISTRICT BOARD OF MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT
  Rev. Dwight Mikesell—Chairman                 Dr. Harry F. Wood—District Superintendent
     Terms expiring in 2010—
     Rev. Donna Brayerton, Rev. Holly Chowtie, Rev. Patricio Labbe,
     Rev. Russ Pinkerton, Rev. Michael Reece, Dr. David Babb
     Terms expiring in 2009—
     Rev. Robert Brayerton, Rev. Doug Heckman, Rev. Darrell Lamos,
     Rev. Rochemond St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Cerullo, Mrs. Loretta Paulhamus
     Terms expiring in 2008—
     Rev. Michael Leamon, Rev. William Miller, Rev. Kenroy Teague,
     Rev. Scott Weldon, Mr. David Taylor




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Regional Subcommittees (*Members of the DBMD)
   A. District Office
      *Dr. David Babb                *Rev. Russ Pinkerton                         Rev. Brenda Smith
      *Rev. Doug Heckman             *Rev. Scott Weldon                          *Dr. Harry F. Wood
      *Rev. Michael Leamon            Rev. Jonathan Mikesell                     *Mrs. Mary Cerullo

   B. Brooklyn First
      *Rev. Kenroy Teague                              Rev. Donavon Shoemaker
      *Rev. Holly Chowtie                              Rev. John Williams
      *Rev. Rochemond St. Louis

   C. Milton
      *Rev. Darrell Lamos                              *Rev. Mike Reece
      *Rev. Greg Clendaniel                            *Mrs. Loretta Paulhamus

   D. Chichester United
      *Rev. Dwight Mikesell                             Rev. Linda McClung
      *Rev. Donna Brayerton                             Mr. Doug Heckman, Jr.
      *Rev. Robert Brayerton                           *Mr. David Taylor
       Rev. Steve Gray

   E. Penn-Jersey District Center - Spanish
      *Rev. Patricio Labbe                             Rev. Jairo Chalarca
      *Rev. William Miller                             Rev. William Roman
       Mrs. Marilyn Appel


DISTRICT BOARD OF REVIEW
   Dr. Jerry Pence (Chairman)     Rev. Cecil Gilmore                Mr. Ken Everett
   Rev. Melvin Dieter             Rev. Basil Watson                 Miss Shirley Smith


DISTRICT BUILDING COMMITTEE
   Dr. Harry F. Wood (Chairman)
       Ordained Ministers
          Rev. Barry Brown, Rev. Arlie Davis, Rev. Tim Hartzell, Rev. Michael Reece
       Lay Persons:
          Mr. Todd Liggitt, Mr. Walter Nyman, Mr. Doug Swink, Mr. Richard Young
       Reference Persons:
          Mr. Gary Graham, Mr. Ken Leininger, Mr. Heath Mochmer


DISTRICT CONFERENCE HEAD TELLER
   Mrs. Mary Cerullo


DISTRICT COURTESY COMMITTEE
   Rev. and Mrs. William Miller


DISTRICT JOURNAL EDITING COMMITTEE
   Mrs. Freda Babb                                     Mrs. Alice Wood
   Mrs. Pam Fetterhoff                                 Dr. Harry F. Wood


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DISTRICT MEMOIRS COMMITTEE
   Miss Shirley Smith


DISTRICT MISSION’S COMMITTEE
   Rev. William Miller (Chairman)                        Dr. Harry F. Wood
   Rev. Patricio Labbe                                   Mr. Robert Strum


DELEGATES TO GENERAL CONFERENCE
  Ministerial Delegates       Lay Delegates
  Rev. Dwight Addington       Mrs. Mary Cerullo
  Rev. Arlie Davis            Dr. Michael Everett
  Rev. Kevin Fetterhoff       Mrs. Ginger Johnson
  Dr. Anthony Graham          Mrs. Debbie Lamos
  Rev. Dwight Mikesell        Mrs. Loretta Paulhamus
  Rev. Donavon Shoemaker      Dr. Lennox Pigott
  Rev. Robert Simpkins        Miss Shirley Smith
  Dr. Harry Wood              Mr. James Ziegenfuss


DISTRICT NOMINATING COMMITTEE
   Dr. Harry F. Wood (Chairman) Rev. Basil Watson                      Mrs. Ginger Johnson
   Rev. Ron Heiler              Rev. Randy Wolfgang                    Mrs. Loretta Paulhamus
   Rev. Michael Leamon          Mrs. Carla Addington                   Mrs. Naomi Williams
   Rev. Donavon Shoemaker       Mr. Doug Heckman


DISTRICT STATISTICAL COMMITTEE
   Mr. Robert Strum (Chairman)


DISTRICT TRUSTEE BOARD
   Dr. Harry F. Wood—Chairman          Rev. Patricio Labbe
   Rev. Dwight Mikesell                Rev. Donavon Shoemaker
   Rev. Dwight Addington               Dr. David Babb
   Rev. Robert Simpkins                Mrs. Mary Cerullo
   Rev. Arlie Davis                    Dr. Michael Everett
   Rev. Kevin Fetterhoff               Dr. Lennox Pigott
   Rev. Anthony Graham                 Mr. Robert Strum


ORDINATION COUNCIL
  Dr. Earle Wilson—Chairman                          Dr. Harry F. Wood
  Rev. Donna Brayerton                               Rev. William Miller
  Rev. Robert Brayerton                              Rev. Russell Pinkerton
  Rev. Holly Chowtie                                 Rev. Michael Leamon
  Rev. Doug Heckman                                  Rev. Michael Reece
  Rev. Patricio Labbe                                Rev. Rochemond St. Louis
  Rev. Darrell Lamos                                 Rev. Kenroy Teague
  Rev. Dwight Mikesell                               Rev. Scott Weldon

Addresses and phone numbers of the ministerial officers, board and committee members are located in the
Church and Pastor Directory, beginning on page 18, in most cases. Addresses for lay members of boards
and committees can be found in the Directory of Lay Members of District Boards and Committees on pages
13 and 14.
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                       DIRECTORY OF LAY MEMBERS OF
                      DISTRICT BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

Addington, Carla—2262 Hershey Ave., Hershey, PA 17520                   (717)560-6535
   E-mail:                                                    cawadd2262@comcast.net
Appel, Marilyn—213 Cornell Rd., Glassboro, NJ 08028                      (856)881-8241
   E-mail:                                                     reddocchip@comcast.net
Babb, David & Freda—3565 Eton Rd., Allentown, PA 18104                  (610)395-0897
   Fax:                                                                 (610)395-8598
   E-mail:                                                          db2bb@verizon.net
Cerullo, Mary—7946 Claussville Rd., Fogelsville, PA 18051               (610)285-4401
   E-mail:                                                          macerullo@aol.com
Everett, Ken—628 Dettmers Ln., Northampton, PA 18067                    (610)767-2270
   E-mail:                                                    keverett@bethanywes.org
Everett, Michael—519 Willow Rd., Walnutport, PA 18088                   (610)767-0441
   Fax:                                                                 (610)760-1757
   E-mail:                                                         mkeverett@enter.net
Heckman, Doug, Jr.—13 Spring St., Carney’s Point NJ 08069               (856)299-6848
   E-mail:                                                    dheckmanjr@hotmail.com
Johnson, Ginger—1246 Andover Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18018                    (610)867-0271
   E-mail:                                                      gingerjonson@juno.com
Lamos, Debbie—2274 Broadway, Rd., Milton, PA 17847                       (570)437-3744
   E-mail:                                                            dlamos@jlink.net
Liggitt, Todd—P.O. Box 999, Cherryville, PA 18035                        (610)767-1239
Nyman, Walter—1038 Franklin St., Williamsport, PA 17701                (570)326-2759
  Fax:                                                                 (570)326-0821
  E-mail:                                                        nyman31@suscom.net
Paulhamus, Loretta—363 Stamm Rd., Milton, PA 17847                        (570)538-5084
   E-mail:                                                       lorettap@cwcmilton.org
Pigott, Lennox—747 East 49th St., Brooklyn, NY 11203                    (718)451-2241
   E-mail:                                                        ProfLennox@aol.com
Smith, Shirley—1625 Crescent Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205                    (201)451-0821
Strum, Robert—500 Dilworth Farm Ln., West Chester, PA 19382               (610)399-3142
   Work:                                                                  (302)695-7650
   Fax:                                                                   (815)642-4228
   E-mail:                                                           r.c.strum@ieee.org
Swink, Doug and Cherie—RR 1 Box 342E, Effort, PA 18330                   (610)681-6322
   Fax:                                                                  (610)681-5717
   E-mail:                                                                cch5@ptd.net
Taylor, Dave—202 South Park Dr., Wilmington, DE 19809                    (302)798-1220
   E-mail:                                                            kwilter5@aol.com
Williams, Naomi—138 Linden Street, Brooklyn, NY 11221                      (718)443-6161
   E-mail:                                                           jwilljaner@aol.com

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Young, Richard—113 East Fairview Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018       (610)865-6051
   E-mail:                                                     Ryoungpe@aol.com
Ziegenfuss, James—4134 Wood Dr., Walnutport, PA 18088              (610)767-0289




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                            PASTORAL APPOINTMENTS
NOTE: Listings are by community, then local church name. Only ordained, commissioned or
licensed personnel are listed here (with the exception of lay supply pastors.)

Allentown, PA, Evangelical Wesleyan Church—Pinkerton, F. Russell (’83—Melissa)
Allentown, PA, Hope Wesleyan Church—Hall, P. Daniel (’93—Cathy)
Allentown, PA, Iglesia Hispana Cristiana Wesleyana—Labbe, Patricio (‘99—Marcela)
Allentown, PA, Trinity Wesleyan Church—Heckman, Douglas E., Sr. (’82—Karen)
       Smith, Brenda (’03—Scott), Asst. Pastor
Aston, PA, Chichester United Wesleyan Church—McClung, Michael (’97—Linda)
       McClung, Linda (’98—Michael), Asst. Pastor
       Mullikin, Heath (’99 —Karen), Asst. Pastor
Augustaville, PA, Augustaville Wesleyan Church—Clendaniel, Gregory (’91—Lorraine)
Bethlehem, PA, Calvary Wesleyan Church—Leamon, Michael (’83—Wendy)
       Craft, Troy, Pastor of Children and Family Ministries
       Staley, Jim (Caroline), Pastor of the Worship Arts
       Wickstrom, John, III (Kristia), Pastor of Student Ministries
Blackwood, NJ, Community Wesleyan Church—Bruckler, Joseph (Carol)
Bridgeton, NJ, Familia Iglesia Wesleyana—Chalarca, Jairo (’88—Olga)
Bridgeton, NJ, First Wesleyan Church—Mikesell, Dwight A. (’77—Jane)
       Soone, Mark (Christine), Spiritual Formation Intern
Bronx, NY, Faith Wesleyan Church—Williams, John (’00—Naomi)
Bronx, NY, South Bronx Wesleyan Church—Stanford, William (’80—Winifred)
Brooklyn, NY, First Wesleyan Church—Teague, Kenroy (’84—Cynthia)
       Atherly, Anderson, Asst. Pastor
Brooklyn, NY, New Hope Family Worship Center—Graham, Anthony (’93—Leslie Ann)
       Charles, Sylvanie, (‘81) New Hope Family Bible School
       Glasgow, Pearl (’06—Clinton) Administrator, New Hope School
Brooklyn, NY, Pilgrim Wesleyan Church—Ferdinand, Pierre St. H. (’60—Josette)
Canarsie, NY, Canarsie Holiness Tabernacle—Chowtie, Holly (’88—Ramanan)
Canarsie, NY, Canarsie Wesleyan Church—Whatton, Antonette (’77)
Carlisle, PA, Carlisle Wesleyan Church of the Cross—Mikesell, Daniel (’73—Marian)
       Rowett, Thomas (’60—Jean), Administrative Pastor
Carney’s Point, NJ, Carney’s Point Wesleyan Church—Brayerton, Robert (’91—Donna)
       Brayerton, Donna (’94—Robert), Associate Pastor
Cherryville, PA, Bethany Wesleyan Church—Fetterhoff, Kevin (‘94—Pam)
       Green, David (’95—Kerry Anne), Minister of Music
       Mack, Daniel (’06—Kim), Youth Pastor
       Swink, Cherie (‘07—Doug), Pastor of Children’s Ministries
       Weldon, Scott (‘74—Joy), Asst. Pastor of Small Group Ministries
       Zottarelli, Rod (‘00—Nancy), Pastor of Connections and Congregational Care
Clinton, NJ, Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church—Ed Torres (’05—Doreen)
Coney Island, NY, Philadelphia Wesleyan Church—Jeune, Francois Eugene (’98—Marie)
Darby, PA, Faith Wesleyan Church— Koroma, Mohamed Joe (‘07—Margaret)
       Sesay, Ibrahim (Kosnatu) Asst. Pastor
       Simbo, Albert Joe (Marie) Asst. Pastor
Delaware Run, PA, Delaware Run Wesleyan Church—Reece, Michael (’81—Bert)
Egg Harbor, NJ, Christ’s Wesleyan Church—Goos, Norman R. (’87—Marilyn)
       Dixon, Andrew (Connie), Associate Pastor
Egg Harbor, NJ, Centro Cristiano Internacional Wesleyana—Ortiz, Roger (Hilda)
       Ortiz, Arelis, Asst. Pastor
       Ortiz, Hilda, Asst. Pastor
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Elizabeth, NJ, International Praise Center—Roman, William, Jr. (’95—Patricia)
Florence, NJ, Florence/Wesley Grove Circuit—Loria, Philip V. (’02—Bonnie)
         Krzos, Mark (Elizabeth), Asst. Pastor
Forksville, PA, Lincoln Falls/Millview Circuit—Ferguson, Erik (’02—Bobbi)
Frackville, PA, New Hope Wesleyan Church—Brown, Barry (’03—Anita)
Glassboro, NJ, Olivet Wesleyan Church—Drury, John (Amanda), Supply Pastor
Glassboro, NJ, Olivos Iglesia Wesleyana Hispana—Chalarca, Jairo (’88—Olga)
Hanover, PA, Hanover Wesleyan Church—Beers, Jerome (Julie)
Harrisburg, PA, Bethel Wesleyan Church—Budde, Scott (’93—Donna)
Huntington, NY, Huntington Wesleyan Church—St. Louis, Rochemond (Marie Andree)
Jersey City, NJ, First Wesleyan Church—Shoemaker, Donavon (’73—Viola)
Jersey City, NJ, First Filipino-American Wesleyan Church—Palilio, Fedrico (’72—Araceli)
Lancaster, PA, Crossroads Wesleyan Church—Addington, Dwight L. (’77—Carla)
         Leininger, Terry (‘07—Jeannie), Asst. Pastor
Lebanon, PA, Lebanon Wesleyan Church—Ayling, Steven (‘82—Ana)
Levittown, PA, Thornridge Community Church—Gray, Stephen III (’98—Deb)
Lititz, PA, Lititz Wesleyan Church—In the hands of the DBA
Millersburg, PA, Calvary Wesleyan Church—Simpkins, Robert J. (’72—Eva May)
         Geyer, Donald H., Jr. (’05—Kathy), Asst. Pastor
         D’Agostino, Shannon (‘07—Mark), Pastor of Student Ministries
Millville, NJ, Millville Wesleyan Church—Anderson, Michael (’97—Pamela)
Milton, PA, Christ Wesleyan Church—Davis, Arlie E. (’92—Sharon)
         Paulhamus, Kenneth (’05—Loretta), Administrative Pastor
         Lamos, Darrell J. (’84—Debbie), Associate Pastor
         Dennis, J. Michael (Lana), Pastor of Worship Arts
         Kendall, Scott (Erin), Pastor of Youth Ministries
         Miller, William H. III (‘04—Chris), Pastor of Global Ministries
         Rutherford, Earl, Jr. (’97—Sandy), Pastor of Congregational Care
         Terwilliger, James (’99 —Amy), Meadowbrook Christian School Chaplain
         Wilcox, David (’87—Dawn), Pastor of Children’s Ministries
Muncy, PA, Pleasant View Wesleyan Church— Smith, Stephen (’03—Michelle)
Newark, NJ, Newark Newborn Wesleyan Church—Telfort, Franz (Micheline)
         Theodore, Bernard (’00—Magdala) Asst. Pastor
Northampton, PA, Gospel Chapel—Reigard, Kenneth M. (’99—Michelle)
         Werkheiser, Don (Pat) Asst. Pastor
Nyack, NY, Pilgrim Wesleyan Church—Charles, Hector, Supply Pastor
         Jean-Baptiste, Josue, Asst. Pastor
Orefield, PA, Faith Wesleyan Church—Zeravsky, David (’90—Lorri)
Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia Pilgrim Wesleyan Church—Cassisse, Remolien (’78—Berela)
         Barthelemy, Roland, Asst. Pastor (Agnes Josette)
         Coulibaly, Germain S., Evangelist of Church Growth (Sherly)
Pine Grove, PA, Pine Grove Wesleyan Church—Moore, Timothy J. (’02—Moira)
         Leininger, Justin (’06—Julie), Asst. Pastor
         Trotter, Alan, Jr., Pastor of Worship
Pine Grove, PA, Pleasant Valley Evangelical Wesleyan Church—Furrow, Martin, Jr. (Misty)
Plainfield, NJ, Iglesia Cristiana Wesleyana—Tolentino, Haydee
Pleasantville, NJ, Living Water Wesleyan Church—Younger, Richard (‘07—Julie)
Pocono Lake, PA, Pocono Lake Wesleyan Church—Richards, Luke and Carolynne
Point Phillip, PA, Zion Wesleyan Church—Leininger, Tedd (’99—JoAnn)
Pottstown, PA, Wesleyan Christian Church—Gerber, Daniel H. (’83—Joyce)
           Hoffman, David (Melanie), Asst. Pastor
Queens, NY, Jamaica-Queens Wesleyan Church—Delph, Sherlock (Jocele)
Queens, NY, The Wesleyan Jerusalem Church—Faustin, Jules (‘07—Marie-Roseline)
Rebuck, PA, Christ Community Church—Baney, Larry (’81—Gena)
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Salem, NJ, Salem Wesleyan Church—Pilkinton, Kenneth H. (’67—Nancy)
Seyfert, PA, Seyfert Wesleyan Church—Wolfgang, Randy L. (’83—Cindy)
Stockton, NJ, Stockton Wesleyan Church—Errickson, David (’67—Fran)
Stonington, PA, Stonington Wesleyan Church—Roehrig, John (’92—Margaret)
       Jones, Robert (‘07—Ruth), Asst. Pastor
Stroudsburg, PA, Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church—Luchetti, Lenny (‘97—Amy)
       Gilbertsen, Tim (‘07—Karie), Asst. Pastor
       Argo, Jason (Nicole), Family Life Pastor
Sunbury, PA, Trinity Wesleyan Church—Heiler, Ron (’01—Robyn)
Sussex, NJ, Sussex Wesleyan Church—Inglin, John
Vineland, NJ, First Wesleyan Church—Watson, Basil (’89—Gloria)
West Conshohocken, PA, West Conshohocken Wesleyan Church—
       Hevalow, John (’64—Ruth)
White Plains, NY, Iglesia Cristiana Wesleyana—Bocanegra, Benjamin (‘00—Heike Thiel)
Williamsport, PA, Faith Wesleyan Church—Hartzell, Timothy (’90—Heather)
Willow Grove, PA, First Wesleyan Church— Sylvester, Richard (’05—Letah)
       Mikesell, Jonathan (’00—Jennifer), Asst. Pastor
Yardville, NJ, Jesus Christ is the Lord Church—Alvarado, William (Maria) Supply Pastor




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                                 CHURCH AND PASTOR DIRECTORY


                                            ALLENTOWN, PA
                                     EVANGELICAL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                                       728 North Irving St., Allentown, PA 18109-1842
         Phone                                                                                                            (610)433-6160
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday Fellowship 6:15; Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—F. Russell Pinkerton (Melissa)
         201 Hollow Lane, Northampton, PA 18067............................................ (610)440-0806
         E-mail ............................................................................................ PastorFRP@aol.com
         Fax ............................................................................................................ (610)433-6160
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARY—Bruce Kramer
         3724 Viewpoint Court, Slatington, PA 18080                                                                       (610)760-1181
TREASURER—Lois M. Bair
         P. O. Box 407, Emmaus, PA 18049                                                                                  (610)967-2921


                                                ALLENTOWN, PA
                                            HOPE WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                                      (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS............................................... 100 Cascade Dr., Allentown, PA 18109
MAILING ADDRESS ............................................................. 100 Cascade Dr., Allentown, PA 18109
         Phone ........................................................................................................ (610)264-5545
         E-mail ................................................................................................... office@hopelv.org
         Website ....................................................................................................www.hopelv.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—Worship 10:30 a.m.
PASTOR—P. Daniel Hall (Cathy)
         340 North 41 St., Allentown, PA 18104-4502 ......................................... (610)351-3476
         E-mail .................................................................................................. dhall95@aol.com


                                           ALLENTOWN, PA
                               IGLESIA HISPANA CRISTIANA WESLEYANA
                                                      (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS..................................728 North Irving St., Allentown, PA 18109-1842
MAILING ADDRESS ............................................................ 2620 Arch St. SW, Allentown, PA 18103
         Phone ........................................................................................................ (610)791-0659
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSunday School/Worship 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMETuesday 7:30 p.m.
PASTOR—Patricio Labbe (Marcela)
         2620 Arch St. SW, Allentown, PA 18103 ................................................ (610)791-0659
         E-mail ................................................................................ plabberev14_6@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRRenato Soto
         1753 S. Church St., Apt 1, Allentown, PA 18103                                                                 (610)797-6315
SECRETARYMarcela Labbe
         2620 Arch St. SW, Allentown, PA 18103                                                                          (610)791-0659
TREASURERBrian Malingowski
         866 Polk Street, Allentown, PA 18109                                                                           (570)872-7222
         E-mail                                                                                             brianjoy1@netzero.net

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                                    ALLENTOWN, PA
                              TRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                    6735 Cetronia Rd., Allentown, PA 18106-9202
         Phone:                                                                   (610)398-1711
         Fax:                                                                     (610)398-3753
         E-mail:                                                        office@twcallentown.org
         Webpage                                                           www.twcallentown.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORDouglas Heckman Sr. (Karen)
         6739 Cetronia Rd., Allentown, PA 18106-9124                              (610)398-3729
         E-mail:                                                    deheckman@hotmail.com
ASSISTANT PASTOR—Brenda Smith (Scott)
         408 Wieders Ln., Emmaus, PA 18049                                         610-967-2647
         E-mail:                                                        brenluvskids@aol.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRTimothy Hillenbrand
         2405 Tilghman St., Allentown, PA 18104                                   (610)432-6728
SECRETARYMary Cerullo
         7946 Claussville Rd., Fogelsville, PA 18051                              (610)285-4401
TREASURERMartin Velazquez
         1344 Liberty St., Allentown, PA 18102                                    (610)821-9404


                                  ASTON, PA
                      CHICHESTER UNITED WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                  5151 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA 19014-2313
         Phone:                                                                (610)485-5335
         Fax:                                                                  (610)485-5465
         Webpage                                                           www.chiunited.org
         Email                                                     pastormike@chiunited.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 8:00 and 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORMichael McClung (Linda)
         39 Ruby Drive, Claymont, DE 19703                                     (302)793-3478
         E-mail                                                  pastormike@chiunited.org
ASST. PASTORLinda McClung (Michael)
         39 Ruby Drive, Claymont, DE 19703                                     (302)793-3478
         E-mail                                                linda_mcclung@yahoo.com
ASST. PASTORHeath Mullikin (Karen)
         5151 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA 19014                                 (610)485-5335
         E-mail                                                        heath@chiunited.org
LBA VICE-CHAIR/TREASURER Robert Strum
         500 Dilworth Farm Lane, West Chester, PA 19382                        (610)399-3142
SECRETARYPeggy Cacciatore
         4949 Creek Rd., Brookhaven, PA 19015                                  (610)872-3294


                               AUGUSTAVILLE, PA
                         AUGUSTAVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                      2556 State Rt. 890, Paxinos, PA 17860-9606
         Phone                                                                     (570)286-8051
         E-mail:                                                                  pgclen@ptd.net
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AUGUSTAVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH (cont.)
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:40 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORGregory Clendaniel (Lorraine)
         2548 State Rt. 890, Paxinos, PA 17860-9606                           (570)286-5034
         E-mail:                                                            pgclen@ptd.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Elsie Straub
         RR 1 Box 698, Paxinos, PA 17860                                      (570)286-0070
SECRETARYDebbie Beisel
         249 Railroad St., Trevorton, PA 17881                                (570)797-4171
TREASURERRuth Zellers
         RR 4 Box 690, Sunbury, PA 17801                                      (570)286-9716


                                 BETHLEHEM, PA
                            CALVARY WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                            1414 Pennsylvania Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18018-2017
         Phone                                                                 (610)866-1388
         Fax                                                                   (610)866-0269
         E-mail                                                             calvaryw@ptd.net
         Website                                                  calvarywesleyanchurch.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9 & 10:40 a.m., Worship 9 & 10:40 am, 6 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORMichael Leamon (Wendy)
         1928 Windsor Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18017-3357                            (610)419-1283
         E-mail                                                        leamontree@rcn.com
PASTOR OF THE WORSHIP ARTS—Jim Staley (Caroline)
         2122 Ridgelawn Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18018                              (610)419-1782
         E-mail                                                               jrscw@ptd.net
PASTOR OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY MINISTRIES—Troy Craft
         2242 S. 11th St., Allentown, PA 18103                                 (610)797-3583
PASTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES—John Wickstrom III (Kristia)
         2143 Ridgelawn Ave., Bethlehem, PA 18018                              (610)866-1388
         E-mail                                                              jwwcw@ptd.net
LBA VICE-CHAIREd Keys
         2319 Albright Ave., Allentown, PA 18104                               (610)432-5425
SECRETARYDave Shadle
         5712 Colony Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18017                                  (610)443-1690
         E-mail                                                         shadle_da@willis.com
TREASURERRichard Young
         113 E. Fairview St., Bethlehem, PA 18018                              (610)865-6051
         E-mail                                                           ryoungpe@aol.com


                             BLACKWOOD, NJ
                COMMUNITY WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BLACKWOOD
                                    (Developing Church)
MAILING ADDRESS              508 Woodbury-Turnersville Rd., Blackwood, NJ 08012-2858
         Phone                                                         (856)227-1958
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEHome Groups Tuesday 7:00 p.m., Wednesday 7 p.m.


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COMMUNITY WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BLACKWOOD (cont.)
SUPPLY PASTORJoe Bruckler (Carol)
         508 Woodbury-Turnersville Rd., Blackwood, NJ 08012                                          (609)674-8983
         Email                                                                             j.bruckler@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIREd Kenyon
         109 Maurer Ave., Laurel Springs, NJ 08021                                                      (856)228-5690
SECRETARYChyrll Kosel
         663 Topeka Ave., Mantua, NJ 08051                                                              (856)464-1844
TREASURERJohn Krwawecz
         1001 Hudson Ave., Deptford, NJ 08096                                                           (856)845-7784



                                          BRIDGETON, NJ
                               FAMILIA IGLESIA WESLEYANA HISPANA
                                                 (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ........................................................................... Bridgeton First Wesleyan Church
MAILING ADDRESS ...................................................................................10 Morris Ave., NJ 08302
      Phone                                                                                                   (856)459-9711
      Email                                                                                             jachava@yahoo.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—7 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMES—Thursday Evening Cell Group(s)
PASTOR—Jairo Chalarca (Olga)
         10 Morris Ave., Bridgeton, NJ 08302                                                                  (856)459-9711
         Email                                                                                        jachava@yahoo.com
TREASUREREnrique Escamilla
         481 E. New St., Glassboro, NJ 08028                                                                  (856)863-1048
         Email                                                                                     enriquemilla@netzero.net



                                              BRIDGETON, NJ
                                         FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                200 W. Laurel Hts. Dr., Bridgeton, NJ 08302-3634
         Phone:                                                                   (856)451-2226
         Fax:                                                                     (856)451-4662
         E-mail:                                                        dwmikesell@hotmail.com
         Webpage                                                    www.bridgetonwesleyan.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30, Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORDwight Mikesell (Jane)
         200 W. Laurel Heights Dr., Bridgeton, NJ 08302-3634                      (856)455-2951
         E-mail                                                      dwmikesell@hotmail.com
INTERN/SPIRITUAL FORMATIONMark Soone (Christine)
         99 Palentine Rd., Pittsgrove, NJ 08318                                   (856)358-2926
         Email                                                          pmsoone@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRRichard Polhamus
         P.O. Box 22, Port Elizabeth, NJ 08348                                    (856)825-3864
SECRETARYJoan Soone
         152 Woodruff Road, Bridgeton, NJ 08302                                   (856)455-3512
TREASURERAlvera Craft
         104 Marilyn Ave., Buena, NJ 08310                                        (856)697-2896

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                                                   BRONX, NY
                                            FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                      138 Linden St., Brooklyn, NY 11221-4606
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                        780 Burke Ave., Bronx, NY 10467
         Phone:                                                                  (718)443-6161
         Fax:                                                                    (718)573-0458
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday Prayer Time 7:30 p.m.
PASTORJohn A. Williams (Naomi)
         138 Linden St., Brooklyn, NY 11221-4606                                 (718)443-6161
         E-mail                                                           jwilljaner@aol.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Lorna Fleming
         1132 East 229 St., Apt. 12H, Bronx, NY 10466                            (718)405-2204
SECRETARYJacqueline Halcott
         1255 Adee Ave., Apt. 4E, Bronx, NY 10469                                (917)991-2783
TREASURERShelly Daniels
         740 East 178 St., Apt. 4E, Bronx, NY 10457                              (718)901-2888



                                              BRONX, NY
                                     SOUTH BRONX WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                                                1802 Clinton Ave., Bronx, NY 10457-6737
         Phone:                                                                                                           (718)716-8610
         Fax: ........................................................................................................... (718)716-8610
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORWilliam R. Stanford (Winifred)
         1802 Clinton Ave., Bronx, NY 10457-6737                                                                          (718)716-8610
         E-mail                                                                            williamandwinifred@verizon.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRLorna Fleming
         2016 Haviland Ave., Bronx, NY 10472                                                                              (718)824-1131
SECRETARYKenneth Daniel
         740 East 178 St., Apt. 14J, Bronx, NY 10457                                                                      (718)583-3801
TREASURER—Lawrence McMaster
         2065 Reyer Ave., Bronx, NY 10457                                                                                 (718)716-6653



                                           BROOKLYN, NY
                                FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BROOKLYN
MAILING ADDRESS                                 1440 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210
         Phone:                                                          (718)377-4275
         Fax:                                                            (718)951-9229
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 11:15 a.m., Worship 9:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:45 p.m., Youth Friday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORKenroy Teague (Cynthia)
         232 Youngblood Road, Montgomery, NY 12549                       (845)361-9239
         E-mail                                                        Kenbt@aol.com
ASST. PASTORAnderson Atherly
         1131 E. 43rd St., Brooklyn, NY 11210                            (718)258-9764
         E-mail                                            Andersonley@hotmail.com
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FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BROOKLYN (cont.)
LBA VICE-CHAIR— Anderson Atherly
         1131 E. 43rd St., Brooklyn, NY 11210                                  (718)258-9764
 SECRETARYTisha Connell
         215 Maron St., Apt. 1C, Brooklyn, NY 11233                            (718)453-1802
TREASURER—Rupert Gray
         1655 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210                                (718)338-2020


                                 BROOKLYN, NY
                        NEW HOPE FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER
MAILING ADDRESS                                    817 Livonia Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11207-5621
         Phone:                                                                 (718)342-1305
         Fax:                                                                   (718)342-7907
         E-mail                                                           enywc@verizon.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 8:00 a. m., 11:15 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORAnthony Graham (Leslie Ann)
         56 Melvin Ave., W. Hempstead, NY 11552-4141                            (516)992-8956
         E-mail                                                        anthonyny3@aol.com
NEW HOPE FAMILY BIBLE SCHOOLSylvanie Charles
         Rochdale Village Inc. 134-19 166th Pl. Bldg. 20A #9A
         Jamaica, New York, NY 11434                                            (718)978-6703
         E-mail                                                        sylvanieroc@aol.com
ADMINISTRATOR NEW HOPE BIBLE SCHOOL Pearl Glasgow (Clinton)
         657 Barbey St., Brooklyn, NY 11207                                     (347)234-8346
         E-mail                                                 pearl_glasgow@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARY—Lennox Semple
         816 E. 15th St., Brooklyn, NY 11230                                    (718)859-3635
         E-mail                                                            lsemple@juno.com
TREASURER—Dominic Robinson
         651 Cleveland St., Brooklyn, NY 11208                                  (718)385-6297
         E-mail                                                      drobinsonl@netzero.com


                                BROOKLYN, NY
                    PILGRIM WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BROOKLYN
MEETING PLACE                                     961 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11226-6795
MAILING ADDRESS                                       P.O. Box 260620, Brooklyn, NY 11226
         Phone:                                                              (718)462-1573
         Fax:                                                                (718)462-1108
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:30, Thursday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORPierre St.-H. Ferdinand (Josette)
         655 Crown St., Brooklyn, NY 11213-5303                              (718)462-1237
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Herard Augustin
         4617 Avenue L, Brooklyn, NY 11234                                   (718)253-8335
SECRETARYCarline Sainvil
         1777Schenectady Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11234                            (718)377-0998
TREASURER—Arsene Sainvil
         1777Schenectady Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11234                            (718)377-0998
         E-mail                                                 SainvilArsene@yahoo.com

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                                 CANARSIE, NY
                         CANARSIE HOLINESS TABERNACLE
                                    (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                               956 E. 82nd St., Brooklyn, NY 11236
MAILING ADDRESS                                   9125 88th Ave., Woodhaven, NY 11421
         Phone:                                                           (718)847-4672
SUNDAY MEETING TIME SS 10 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m.
PASTORHolly Chowtie (Ramanan)
         9125 88th Ave., Woodhaven, NY 11421                              (718)847-4672
         E-mail                                                   hollyrjs@hotmail.com



                                 CANARSIE, NY
                           CANARSIE WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                    (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                  932 E. 102nd St., Brooklyn, NY 11236
MAILING ADDRESS                                   108-20 171st St., Jamaica, NY 11433-3026
         Phone:                                                               (718)526-8624
         Fax: (Call First)                                                    (718)526-8624
SUNDAY MEETING TIME Worship 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME Wednesday 8 p.m.
PASTORAntonette Whatton
         108-20 171st St., Jamaica, NY 11433-3026                             (718)526-8624
SECRETARY—Grace Robinson
         97-04 Ave. K, Brooklyn, NY 11236                                     (718)241-4584
TREASURER—Phyllis Daniels
         932 E. 102nd St., Brooklyn, NY 11236                                 (718)257-8801



                                 CARLISLE, PA
                         WESLEYAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS
MAILING ADDRESS                                            430 “B” Street, Carlisle, PA 17013
         Phone:                                                                 (717)243-5145
         E-mail:                                                   parsondan2@earthlink.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—8:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK PRAYER TIME—Wednesday 11:00 a.m.
PASTOR—Daniel R. Mikesell (Marian)
         506 Franklin Street, Carlisle, PA 17013-1860                      (717)243-5145
         E-mail                                                  parsondan2@earthlink.net
ADMINISTRATIVE PASTOR—Thomas Rowett (Jean)
         217 Faith Circle, Carlisle, PA 17013                                 (717)258-0696
         E-mail                                                             trowett@pa.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR—William Knouse
         519 Garland Dr., Carlisle, PA 17013                                  (717)243-7618
SECRETARY—Michael Miller
         1035 Longs Gap Rd., Carlisle, PA 17013                               (717)249-4901
TREASURER—Ronald Glunt
         332 Allen St., Carlisle, PA 17013                                    (717)243-0043



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                               CARNEY’S POINT, NJ
                      THE CARNEY’S POINT WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                              333 Georgetown Rd., Carney’s Point, NJ 08069-2507
         Phone:                                                                  (856)299-1497
         Fax:                                                                    (856)299-6502
         E-mail                                                       pastors@cpwesleyan.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., Berean Study Group 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK PRAYER TIMESTuesday Women’s Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
         Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6:30 p.m.
PASTORRobert Brayerton Sr. (Donna)
         337 Georgetown Rd., Carney’s Point, NJ 08069-2507                       (856)299-1497
ASSOC. PASTORDonna Brayerton (Robert)
         337 Georgetown Rd., Carney’s Point, NJ 08069-2507                       (856)299-1497
LBA VICE-CHAIRCharles Brank
         280 Jefferson St., Carney’s Point, NJ 08069                             (856)299-1793
SECRETARYPatricia Thomas
         8 Davis St., Pennsville, NJ 08070                                       (856)678-2101
TREASURERVictoria Brank
         280 Jefferson St., Carney’s Point, NJ 08069                             (856)299-1793
         E-mail                                               Victoria.Brank@astrazeneca.com


                                  CHERRYVILLE, PA
                             BETHANY WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                            675 Blue Mt. Dr., Cherryville, PA 18035-0999
MAILING ADDRESS                                           PO Box 999, Cherryville, PA 18035
         Phone:                                                                  (610)767-1239
         Fax:                                                                    (610)767-7171
         Website:                                                        www.bethanywes.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:00 & 10:30 a.m., Worship 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORKevin Fetterhoff (Pam)
         P.O. Box 944, Cherryville, PA 18035                                     (610)767-0106
         E-mail                                                      kevinf@bethanywes.org
ASST. PASTOR OF SMALL GROUP MINISTRIESScott Weldon (Joy)
         5145 Front St., Whitehall, PA 18052                                     (610)262-6117
         E-mail                                                     scottw@bethanywes.org
MINISTER OF MUSICDavid Green (Kerry Anne)
         47 Second St., Slatington, PA 18080                                     (610)760-8847
         E-mail                                                     davidg@bethanywes.org
YOUTH PASTORDaniel Mack (Kim)
         3898 Lehigh Drive, Northampton, PA 18067                                (610)262-0597
         E-mail                                                   danielm@bethanywes.org
PASTOR OF CHILDREN’S MINISTRIESCherie Swink (Doug)
         RR 1 Box 342E, Effort, PA 18330                                         (610)681-6322
         E-mail                                                    cheries@bethanywes.org
PASTOR OF CONNECTIONS AND CONGREGATIONAL CARERod Zottarelli (Nancy)
         P.O. Box 999, Cherryville, PA 18035                                     (610)530-0060
         E-mail                                                       rodz@bethanywes.org
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORKenneth Everett
         628 Dettmers Ln., Northampton, PA 18067                                 (610)767-2270

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BETHANY WESLEYAN CHURCH, Cherryville, PA (cont.)
DIRECTOR OF SENIOR ADULT MINISTRIESFreda Anewalt
         828 Columbia Ave., Palmerton, PA 18071                               (610)826-4943
LBA VICE-CHAIRMichael Everett
         519 Willow Rd., Walnutport, PA 18088                                 (610)767-0441
SECRETARYLorraine Gundrum
         230 Stone Bridge Rd., Northampton, PA 18067                          (610)262-1063


                                   CLINTON, NJ
                         FAITH CHAPEL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                           43 Lower Landsdown Rd., Annandale, NJ 08801-3607
         Phone:                                                              (908)735-2691
         Fax: (Call First)                                                   (908)735-0015
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTOREd Torres (Doreen)
         73 Hogback Rd., Pittstown, NJ 08867                                 (908)752-4887
         E-mail                                                   etcooldad@patmedia.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARYAlan Kerl
         121 Mountain Top Rd., Glen Gardner, NJ 08826                        (908)537-2791
TREASURER—Kathy Lamb
         26 E. Stewart St., Washington, NJ 07882                             (908)689-5882


                             CONEY ISLAND, NY
              PHILADELPHIA WESLEYAN CHURCH OF CONEY ISLAND
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                 2802 Mermaid Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11224
MAILING ADDRESS                                 2610 Foster Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210-1429
         Phone:                                                                (718)462-4119
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
PASTORFrancois Eugene Jeune (Marie)
         2610 Foster Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210-1429                           (718)462-4119
LBA VICE-CHAIRMichel Saintol
         4607 Snyder Ave. Apt. 1-F, Brooklyn, NY 11203                         (917)916-4372
SECRETARYLuna Thimotis
         c/o 2610 Foster Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11210                              (718)372-1355
TREASURERDesLandes Mehu
         4324 Church Ave. Apt. 3-R, Brooklyn, NY 11203                         (646)725-3098


                                     DARBY, PA
                              FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                              882 Main St., Darby, PA 19023
         Phone:                                                              (484)620-0710
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday (Prayer Service) 7 pm, Friday (Bible Study) 7 pm
PASTORMohamed Joe Koroma (Margaret)
         1600 Garrett Rd., Apt. E 106, Upper Darby, PA 19082                 (484)620-0710
         E-mail                                                  mjoekoroma@yahoo.com

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FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH, Darby, PA (cont.)
ASST. PASTORIbrahim Sesay (Kosnatu)
         6326 Kingsissing Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19142                         (215)729-0781
ASST. PASTORAlbert Joe Simbo (Marie)
         312 E. Baltimore Pike, Apt., N1, Clifton Heights, PA 19018            (610)259-2456
LBA VICE-CHAIRGolie Ajavon
         8381 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19136                           (267)246-7267
SECRETARYTracie Tucker-Sandy
         1120 Main St., Darby, PA 19123                                        (484)494-3498
TREASURERWeyata Kamara
         1125 Duncan Ave., Yeadon, PA 19050                                    (610)622-7506


                        DELAWARE RUN (WATSONTOWN), PA
                        DELAWARE RUN WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                               5570 Musser Ln., Watsontown, PA 17777-8623
         Phone:                                                             (570)538-1967
         Fax:                                                               (570)538-1967
         E-mail:                                                       drwch@sunlink.net
         Website:                                                   www.delawarerun.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:35 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORMichael Reece (Bert)
         5550 Musser Ln., Watsontown, PA 17777                              (570)538-3047
         E-mail                                                      mreece@sunlink.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRFred Yeagle
         25 Yeagle Rd., Muncy, PA 17756-9609                                (570)437-2965
SECRETARYHestia Brown
         94 Cotner Rd., Turbotville, PA 17772                               (570)437-2935
TREASURERArdith Wilkins
         P.O. Box 31, White Deer, PA 17887                                  (570)538-9047


                                  EGG HARBOR, NJ
                             CHRIST’S WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                              800 Philadelphia Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215-0277
         Phone                                                                  (609)965-5835
         Web Page                                                     www.christswesleyan.org
         E-mail                                                      normangoos@comcast.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.
PASTORNorm Goos (Marilyn)
         577 E. Jimmie Leeds Rd., Galloway, NJ 08205-9639                       (609)652-2238
         E-mail                                                    normangoos@comcast.net
ASSOCIATE PASTOR—Andrew Dixon (Connie)
         129 Antwerp Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                                 (609)965-3764
         E-mail                                                       DREW1962@verizon.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR/TREASURER Alan Levine
         534 S. Berlin Ave., Mays Landing, NJ 08330                             (609)965-6349
         E-mail                                                        empobike@hotmail.com
SECRETARYDina Murray
         586 Timber Brook Dr., Vineland, NJ 08360                               (856)696-6907
         E-mail                                                       murray586@comcast.net
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                               EGG HARBOR, NJ
                 CENTRO CRISTIANO INTERNACIONAL WESLEYANA
                                     (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                              Christ Wesleyan Church of Egg Harbor, NJ
MAILING ADDRESS                            800 Philadelphia Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215-0277
         Phone                                                                (609)965-5835
         Fax                                                                  (609)404-1253
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—Worship 2:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMES—Wednesday 6 p.m., Thursday 7 p.m., Saturday Prayer 9 a.m.
PASTOR—Ortiz, Roger (Hilda)
         313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                            (609)965-2964
         E-mail                                                     r_ortizch@hotmail.com
ASST. PASTOR—Arelis Ortiz
         313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                            (609)965-2964
ASST. PASTOR—Hilda Ortiz
         313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                            (609)965-2964




                                  ELIZABETH, NJ
                           INTERNATIONAL PRAISE CENTER
                                     (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                       7 Bridge St., Elizabeth, NJ 07206
MAILING ADDRESS                                            930 Liberty Ave., Union, NJ 07083
         Phone:                                                                (908)688-2536
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—Worship 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Friday 8:00 p.m.
PASTOR—William Roman (Patricia)
         930 Liberty Ave., Union, NJ 07083                                (908)688-2536
         E-mail                                              romanwesleyan@hotmail.com
SECRETARY—Patricia Garcia
         930 Liberty Ave., Elizabeth, NJ 07083                                (908)247-1907
TREASURER—Sugio Neyea
         725 Adam St., Elizabeth, NJ 07206                                    (908)822-2404




                                    FLORENCE, NJ
                              FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                  348 W. 4th St., Florence, NJ 08518-1906
         Phone:                                                            (609)499-0757
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:45 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORPhil Loria (Bonnie)
         344 W. 4th St., Florence, NJ 08518-1906                           (609)499-0136
         E-mail                                                     PVLoria1@juno.com
ASST. PASTORMark Krzos (Elizabeth)
         713 S. Olden Ave., Trenton, NJ 08629                              (609)278-0161
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARYJohn Wambach
         244 5th Ave., Roebling, NJ 08554                                  (609)499-4592
TREASURERIda May Weaver
         501 E. 6th St., Florence, NJ 08518                                (609)499-8398
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                                   FORKSVILLE, PA
                             MILLVIEW WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                   RR 1 Box 1011, Forksville, PA 18616-9705
         Phone:                                                               (570)924-3968
         Fax: (Call First)                                                    (570)924-4456
         E-Mail:                                                      mvlfwc@chilitech.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 11:00 a.m., Children’s Church 11:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEThursday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORErik Ferguson (Bobbi)
         RR 1 Box 1011, Forksville, PA 18616-9705                             (570)924-3968
LBA VICE-CHAIREric Landers
         RR 1 Box 1293C, Forksville, PA 18616                                 (570)924-3733
SECRETARYCarol Benjamin
         RR 2 Box 79, New Albany, PA 18833                                    (570)924-3155
TREASURERMary Lou Balzer
         RR 1 Box 1003, Forksville, PA 18616                                  (570)924-3962


                                   FRACKVILLE, PA
                             NEW HOPE WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                    32 S. Spencer St., Frackville, PA 17931-1910
         Phone:                                                                    (570)874-4656
         Fax:                                                                      (570)874-4656
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:00 a.m., Worship 10:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Barry E. Brown (Anita)
         500 E. Oak St., Frackville, PA 17931-1921                                 (570)874-4656
         Email                                                    chapbrown1@earthlink.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Clyde Rhen
         412 6th St., Port Carbon, PA 17965                                        (570)628-3837
SECRETARY—Rose Lutz
         76 Moonshine Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963                                    (570)345-0353
TREASURER—Deb Clews
         42 Locust St. - Rear, Pine Grove, PA 17963                                (570)345-8619


                                    GLASSBORO, NJ
                               OLIVET WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                      (Developing Church)
MAILING ADDRESS                                 711 Heston Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028-1625
         Phone:                                                             (856)589-2436
         Fax (call first)                                                   (856)589-2436
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMETuesday Addictions Victorious 7 p.m., Wednesday Family Night 7 p.m.
SUPPLY PASTOR—John Drury (Amanda)
         308 Emmons Dr., 5B, Princeton, NJ 08540                            (609)233-3190
         E-mail                                                    johnldrury@gmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR/TREASURERChip Appel
         213 Cornell Rd., Glassboro, NJ 08028                               (856)881-8241
         E-mail                                                   reddocchip@comcast.net
SECRETARYSherry Hegedus
         5105 N. Park Dr. S-614, Pennsauken, NJ 08109-4657                  (856)488-8363
         E-mail                                             sherryandpaws@peoplepc.com

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                                  GLASSBORO, NJ
                        OLIVOS IGLESIA WESLEYANA HISPANA
                                       (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                 711 Heston Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028-1625
MAILING ADDRESS                                               10 Morris Ave., Bridgeton, NJ 08302
         Phone:                                                                     (856)459-9711
         Email                                                                jachava@yahoo.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIME3:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Jairo Chalarca (Olga)
         10 Morris Ave., Bridgeton, NJ 08302                                     (856)459-9711
         E-mail                                                            jachava@yahoo.com
TREASUREREnrique Escamilla
         481 East New St., Glassboro, NJ 08028                                     (856)863-1048
         E-mail                                                         enriquemilla@netzero.net



                                   HANOVER, PA
                             HANOVER WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                    200 South Street, Hanover, PA 17331-2323
         Phone:                                                                (717)637-4204
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:00 and 10:45 a.m., Worship 9:00 and 10:45 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Jerome Beers (Julie)
         1475 Broadway, Hanover, PA 17331                                      (717)632-8103
         E-mail                                                     jerrybeers@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Dave Hoover
         3774 Jefferson Dr., Glen Rock, PA 17327                               (717)235-7612
SECRETARY—Charles Grim
         1090 Hoff Rd., Hanover, PA 17331                                      (717)632-7817
TREASURER—Margaret Blasser
         4253 Walters Hatchery Rd., York, PA 17404                             (717)225-9498



                                  HARRISBURG, PA
                              BETHEL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                4102 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, PA 17110-1609
MAILING ADDRESS                                      4100 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, PA 17110-1609
         Phone:                                                                    (717)233-4739
         E-mail                                                             bwcwes@quixnet.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESWednesday Pioneer Club 6:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
PASTORScott Budde (Donna)
         4102 N. 6th St., Harrisburg, PA 17110                                     (717)233-4739
LBA VICE-CHAIRDaniel J. Allen
         223 Umberto Ave., New Cumberland, PA 17070                                (717)774-2672
SECRETARYCynthia Allen
         223 Umberto Ave., New Cumberland, PA 17070                                (717)774-2672
TREASURERSandra Conrad
         1201 B Roberts Valley Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17110                           (717)599-5680


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                                  HUNTINGTON, NY
                           HUNTINGTON WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                            497 Pulaski Road, Greenlawn, NY 11740
MAILING ADDRESS                                  32 Lantern Street, Huntington, NY 11743
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:00 a.m., Worship 11:35 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESTuesday (Fasting) 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
PASTORRochemond St. Louis (Marie Andree)
         32 Lantern Street, Huntington, NY 11743                           (631)427-0237
         E-mail                                                       roch53@msn.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRYolette Deshommes
         55 Lafayette St., Huntington, NY 11743                            (631)424-2170
SECRETARYFlorence Pierre-Louis
         28 Leigh St., Huntington, NY 11743                                (631)423-9478
TREASURERRaymonde Jean-Baptiste
         41 Lantern St., Huntington, NY 11743                              (631)896-4378



                                   JERSEY CITY, NJ
                               FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                              201 Woodlawn Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07305
MAILING ADDRESS                                    PO Box 15596, Jersey City, NJ 07305-0596
         Phone:                                                               (201)333-3465
         Fax:                                                                 (201)946-2486
         E-mail                                                               info@jcfwc.org
         Website                                                               www.jcfwc.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:45 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORDonavon Shoemaker (Viola)
         250 Van Nostrand Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07305-2119                    (201)332-5235
         E-mail                                                    dshoemaker@jcfwc.org
LBA VICE-CHAIRShirley Smith
         126 Kearney Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305                            (201)332-6712
SECRETARYJacqueline Gilliam-Ella
         157 Wegman Parkway, Jersey City, NJ 07305                            (201)451-3507
         E-mail                                                      iteachat22@yahoo.com
TREASURERFrank Osei-Bonsu
         242 Fulton Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07305                               (201)433-0830



                                   JERSEY CITY, NJ
                        FIRST FILIPINO-AMERICAN WESLEYAN
                                      (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                              575 Summit Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07306
MAILING ADDRESS:                                 209 Virginia Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07304-1423
         Phone:                                                                  (201)946-0985
SUNDAY MEETING TIME SS 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME Wednesday 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
PASTORFedrico Palilio (Araceli)
         209 Virginia Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07304-1423                            201-946-0985
         E-mail                                                       federicosp@verizon.net

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FIRST FILIPINO-AMERICAN WESLEYAN (cont.)
SECRETARYJennifer Dian Gamino
       34 Huck Road, Bloomfield, NJ 07003                                         (201)467-6807
       E-mail                                                             dianjen82@yahoo.com
TREASURERMyrna Marcello
       74 Cottage St., Jersey City, NJ 07306                                     (201)222-3356
       E-mail                                                            psalm23my@yahoo.com


                                LANCASTER, PA
                         CROSSROADS WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS:                                  2323 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603
         Phone:                                                              (717)295-4820
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:00 a.m., Worship 10:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday Home Bible Studies 7:00 p.m.
PASTORDwight Addington (Carla)
         2262 Hershey Ave., East Petersburg, PA 17520-1508                   (717)560-6535
         E-mail                                                       IWU76@comcast.net
ASST. PASTORLeininger, Terry (Jeannie)
         P.O. Box 98, Rehrersburg, PA 19550                                  (717)304-9728
         E-mail                                       terry.leininger@teenchallengetc.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Dennis Schmehl
         2347 Columbia Ave., Lancaster, PA 17603-4107                        (717)299-9707
SECRETARY—Jack Erhard
         5302 Lake Drive, East Petersburg, PA 17520                          (717)569-3772
TREASURERGreg Steffy
         3170 Stonyridge Dr., Lancaster, PA 17601                            (717)285-0160


                                  LEBANON, PA
                            LEBANON WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS:                                 309 Walnut Street, Lebanon, PA 17042-6176
         Phone:                                                               (717)273-0795
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Steve Ayling (Ana)
         P.O. Box 139, Rehrersburg, PA 19550-0139                             (717)933-5916
         E-mail                                                         ayling1@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Darrell Coleman
         1109 Walnut St., Lebanon, PA 17042                                   (717)272-5626
SECRETARY—Dennis Wagner
         416A S. Railroad St., Myerstown, PA 17067                                      NA
TREASURER—Eileen George
         848 Kimmerlings Rd., Lebanon, PA 17046                               (717)273-4460


                                 LEVITTOWN, PA
                         THORNRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH
                                    (Developing Church)
MAILING ADDRESS                                     7 Thornridge Place, Levittown, PA 19054-2306
         Phone                                                                      (215)945-2465


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THORNRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH (cont.)
SUNDAY MEETING TIMEWorship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 6:30 p.m., Thursday 8:00 p.m.
PASTORStephen Gray III (Deb)
         7 Thornridge Place, Levittown, PA 19054-2306                          (215)945-2465
         E-mail                                                            segray3@aol.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARYSharon Hurlock
         212 Andover Rd., Fairless Hills, PA 19030                             (215)547-5119
TREASURERRonald Piazza
         12 Nesting Rock Lane, Levittown, PA 19054                             (215)547-2609


                               LINCOLN FALLS, PA
                        LINCOLN FALLS WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                   RR 1 Box 1011, Forksville, PA 18616-9705
         Phone                                                                (570)924-3968
         Fax                                                                  (570)924-4456
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 8:30 a.m., Worship 9:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORErik Ferguson (Bobbi)
         RR 1 Box 1011, Forksville, PA 18616-9705                             (570)924-3968
         E-mail                                                     mvlfwc@chilitech.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRStephen Midkiff
         RR 4 Box 4205, Dushore, PA 18614                                     (570)924-3790
SECRETARYKristi Heess
         RR 1 Box 1180A, Forksville, PA 18616                                 (570)924-3705
TREASURERDeborah Midkiff
         RR 4 Box 4205, Dushore, PA 18614                                     (570)924-3790


                                      LITITZ, PA
                              LITITZ WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                 540 East Newport Road, Lititz, PA 17543
         Phone:                                                           (717)626-6100
         Fax:                                                             (717)626-6106
         E-mail:                                            lititzwesleyan@dejazzd.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
PASTOR—In the hands of the DBA
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Roger Gerhart
         PO Box 405, Lititz, PA 17543                                     (717)626-2919
SECRETARY—John Banker
         422 Wickshire Circle, Lititz, PA 17543                           (717)627-6707
TREASURER—Ken Adams
         1129 Marie Ave., Ephrata, PA 17522                               (717)733-7369


                                MILLERSBURG, PA
                            CALVARY WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                               294 Moore St., Millersburg, PA 17061-0185
MAILING ADDRESS                                       PO Box 185, Millersburg, PA 17061-0185
         Phone:                                                                  (717)692-3473
         Fax:                                                                    (717)692-5291
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CALVARY WESLEYAN CHURCH, Millersburg, PA (cont.)
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORRobert Simpkins (Eva May)
         601 Rising Sun Rd. Millersburg, PA 17061-1246                    (717)692-7041
         E-mail                                                       rjs1036@epix.net
ASST. PASTOR—Donald H. Geyer, Jr. (Kathy)
         122 Pine St., Millersburg, PA 17061-1350                         (717)692-3154
         E-mail                                                     dongeyer@epix.net
PASTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES—Shannon D’Agostino (Mark)
         443 Walnut St., Millersburg, PA 17061                            (717)692-2841
         E-mail                                                  shan_113@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRSteve Raker
         445 Middle Road, Halifax, PA 17032                               (717)696-9166
SECRETARYJanet Shutt
         110 George Circle., Millersburg, Pa 17061                        (717)692-4610
TREASURERJason E. Simpkins
         914 Meadow Lane, Millersburg, PA 17061                           (717)692-4686


                                      MILLVILLE, NJ
                              MILLVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                        (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE             Millville Airport, Airport Executive Complex, Suite L, Millville, NJ 08332
OFFICE/MAILING ADDRESS                                          2738 E. Main St., Millville, NJ 08332
        Phone:                                                                        (856)293-1740
        Fax (call first):                                                             (856)293-1740
        Website:                                                          www.millvillechurch.com
WEEKEND MEETING TIMES Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
MEETING TIMES Small Groups
PASTORMichael Anderson (Pamela)
        2738 E. Main St., Millville, NJ 08332-9638                                    (856)327-6339
        E-mail                                                          pastormda@comcast.net
TREASURER Jesse Jones
        1166 Kay Place, Vineland, NJ 08360                                            (856)696-3729


                                       MILTON, PA
                                CHRIST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                     363 Stamm Rd., Milton, PA 17847-9689
         Phone:                                                             (570)742-8987
         Fax:                                                               (570)742-0776
         E-mail:                                            christwesleyan@cwcmilton.org
         Website:                                                      www.cwcmilton.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:45 a.m.
         Worship 9:00 a.m., 10:45 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
SENIOR PASTORArlie Davis (Sharon)
         90 Ridgeview Colony, Milton, PA 17847-9700                         (570)524-2808
         E-mail                                               pastorarlie@cwcmilton.org
ADMINISTRATIVE PASTOR—Kenneth Paulhamus (Loretta)
         75 Starlite Lane, Watsontown, PA 17777                             (570)538-5084
         E-mail                                                pastorken@cwcmilton.org
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CHRIST WESLEYAN CHURCH, Milton, PA (cont.)
ASSOCIATE PASTORDarrell Lamos (Debbie)
         2274 Broadway Rd., Milton, PA 17847                              (570)437-3744
         E-mail                                            pastordarrell@cwcmilton.org
PASTOR OF WORSHIP ARTS—Michael Dennis (Lana)
         120 Broadway, Milton, PA 17847                                   (570)742-3024
         E-mail                                          pastormichael@cwcmilton.org
PASTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRIESScott Kendall (Erin)
         565 File Rd., Milton, PA 17847                                   (570)742-0410
         E-mail                                             pastorscott@cwcmilton.org
PASTOR OF CONGREGATIONAL CARE—Earl Rutherford, Jr. (Sandy)
         701 Elm St., Watsontown, PA 17777                                (570)538-9565
         E-mail                                               pastorbud@cwcmilton.org
PASTOR OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES—William H. Miller III (Christine)
         449 Hafer Rd., Lewisburg, PA 17837                               (570)524-6639
         E-mail                                                pastorbill@cwcmilton.org
PASTOR OF CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES—David Wilcox (Dawn)
         6245 Paradise Rd., Milton, PA 17847                              (570)742-4988
         E-mail                                             pastordave@cwcmilton.org
MEADOWBROOK CHRISTIAN SCHOOL CHAPLAIN James Terwilliger (Amy)
         516 Broadway Street, Milton, PA 17847                            (570)742-8987
GLOBAL MINISTRIES DIRECTOR—Shirley Homan
         5730 Springtown Rd., Watsontown, PA 17777                        (570)538-9132
LBA VICE-CHAIRRalph Shaffer
         363 Stamm Road, Milton, PA 17847                                 (570)742-8987
SECRETARY—Anne Belle Deitrick
         1461 Dyer Rd., New Columbia, PA 17856                            (570)538-5920
TREASURERBrian Rehm
         213 Lamplight Lane, Lewisburg, PA 17837                          (570)523-9676



                                  MUNCY, PA
                       PLEASANT VIEW WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                 994 E. Penn St., Muncy, PA 17756-8122
         Phone:                                                           (570)546-2683
         Fax:                                                             (570)546-3807
         E-mail:                                             pvwchurch@windstream.net
         Website:                                                 www.pvwcmuncy.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORStephen Smith (Michelle)
         980 E. Penn St., Muncy, PA 17756-9113                            (570)546-8047
         E-mail                                            pvwchurch@windstream.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRHomer Stamm
         65 Millheim Rd., Watsontown, PA 17777                            (570)649-5553
SECRETARYStephanie Smith
         254 Delaware Dr., Watsontown, PA 17777                           (570)538-4186
         Email                                                    RSmith5203@aol.com
TREASURERSue Tollackson
         255 Sterling Dr., Muncy, PA 17756                                (570)546-8536
         Email                                                   tutti0527@earthlink.net

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                                           NEWARK, NJ
                                 NEWARK NEWBORN WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                      1002 18th Ave., Newark, NJ 07106
         Phone:                                                          (973)373-8718
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESWednesday 7:00 p.m., Friday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORFranz Telfort (Micheline)
         797 East 39th St., Brooklyn, NY 11210                           (718)434-8054
ASST. PASTOR—Bernard Theodore (Magdala)
         735 Franklin Terrace, Roselle, NJ 07203                         (908)241-8696
LBA VICE-CHAIR Parmy Alcime
         910 Roselle St., Linden, NJ 07036                               (908)230-9522
SECRETARYHarry Saint Fleur
         275 Winans Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205                             (908)764-2349
         Email                                                        harsf@yahoo.com
TREASURER Rosemond Dolbrus
         642 East 2nd Ave., Roselle, NJ 07203                            (908)259-0701




                                                    NORTHAMPTON, PA
                                                     GOSPEL CHAPEL
MEETING PLACE                                                                         2022 Main St., Northampton, PA 18067
MAILING ADDRESS ............................................................ 635 Highland Dr., Walnutport, PA 18088
      Phone: ............................................................................................................ (610)767-6162
      Fax: ................................................................................................................. (610)767-6162
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTOR—Kenneth M. Reigard (Michelle)
          635 Highland Dr., Walnutport, PA 18088 ................................................. 610-767-6162
          E-mail ................................................................................................. kreigard@ptd.net
ASST. PASTOR—Donald Werkheiser (Pat)
          4813 Three Mile Lane, Walnutport, PA 18088 ......................................... 610-760-1831
          Email ........................................................................................... donandpat@enter.net
LBA Vice-Chair—Donald Werkheiser
          R.D. 1 Box 271C, Walnutport, PA 18088 .................................................. (610)760-1831
SECRETARY—Kathy Hoppes
          1504 Washington Ave., Northampton, PA 18067 ...................................... (610)295-7804
TREASURER—Trudy Marques
          1049 Municipal Rd., Walnutport, PA 18088 .............................................. (610)760-1216



                                                   NYACK, NY
                                           PILGRIM WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                   St. Paul United Methodist Church
                                               11 Division Ave., South Nyack, NY 10960
MAILING ADDRESS                                  P.O. Box 820, South Nyack, NY 10960
         Phone:                                                           (845)348-0595
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10 a.m., Worship 11:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESWednesday 7:00 p.m.; Friday 7:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 p.m.


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PILGRIM WESLEYAN CHURCH, Nyack, NY (cont.)
PASTORHector Charles (Supply)
         P.O. Box 820, South Nyack, NY 10960                                    (845)348-0595
ASST. PASTOR Josue Jean-Baptiste
         108 Union Rd., Apt. 3F, Spring Valley, NY 10977                        (845)352-2954
LBA VICE CHAIRDouby Regis
         9 Delaware Dr., Central Nyack, NY 10960                                (845)353-5412
SECRETARY—Lesly Sanon
         169 Sneden Pl., Spring Valley, NY 10977                                (845)425-9214
TREASURERBernard Supreme
         10 Merrick Dr., Spring Valley, NY 10977                                (845)356-3411




                                     OREFIELD, PA
                               FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                      3356 Route 309, Orefield, PA 18069-2416
         Phone:                                                                 (610)398-0172
         Fax:                                                                   (419)735-3391
         E-mail:                                              faithwesleyanchurch@juno.com
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MIDWEEK MEETING TIMEThursday 6 p.m.
PASTORDavid Zeravsky (Lorri)
         3356 Route 309, Orefield, PA 18069-2416                                (610)398-0172
         E-mail                                                       zeravsky@verizon.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR/TREASURERChristine Stafford
         138 New Street, Walnutport, PA 18088                                   (610)769-4689
SECRETARY Ruthie Wicker
         4777 Coplay Creek Rd., Schnecksville, PA 18078                         (610)799-3944



                               PHILADELPHIA, PA
                     PHILADELPHIA PILGRIM WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE                                         6700 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19126
MAILING ADDRESS                                    P.O. Box 26668, Philadelphia, PA 19141-6668
         Phone:                                                                   (215)927-1918
         Fax:                                                                     (215)927-2524
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
PASTORRemolien Cassisse (Berela)
         1664 Summit Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090                                 (215)706-0172
ASST. PASTOR Roland Barthelemy (Agnes Josette)
         5409 N. Fairhill St., Philadelphia, PA 19120                             (215)355-8871
EVANGELIST OF CHURCH GROWTH Germain Coulibaly (Sherly)
         1664 Summit Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090                                 (215)706-0172
LBA VICE CHAIR/TREASURERGesner Joseph
         1123 Wilson Ave., Abington, PA 19001                                     (215)277-5750
SECRETARYMarie Louisita Laroque
         2132 Homer St., Philadelphia, PA 19138                                   (215)424-8688


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                                  PINE GROVE, PA
                           PINE GROVE WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                   74 Bethel Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963-9289
         Phone:                                                               (570)345-8422
         Fax:                                                                 (570)345-0170
         E-mail:                                                   pgwesleyan@comcast.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:00 a.m., Worship 10:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESWednesday Ladies Bible Study 10:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
PASTORTimothy J. Moore (Moira)
         80 Bethel Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963-9331                             (570)345-1225
         E-mail                                                      MITHMIR@yahoo.com
ASST. PASTORJustin Leininger (Julie)
         178 Scenic View Road, Pine Grove, PA 17963                           (570)573-9750
         E-mail                                            Justin_Leininger@hotmail.com
PASTOR OF WORSHIPAlan Trotter, Jr.
         80 Bethel Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963-9331                             (570)345-1225
         E-mail                                                 alan.trotter@houghton.edu
LBA VICE-CHAIR/LAY LEADERWalter Schoffstall
         46 Morgan Ln., Pine Grove, PA 17963                                  (570)345-8622
SECRETARYDaphne Christiansen
         5 West Pine Meadow Dr., Pine Grove, PA 17963                         (570)345-9253
TREASURERGail Ford
         7851 Lancaster Ave., Myerstown, PA 17067             (717)933-4387/(610)693-5043




                             PINE GROVE, PA
              PLEASANT VALLEY EVANGELICAL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                            97 Pleasant Valley Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963-9564
         Phone:                                                                 (570)345-4945
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
PASTOR—Martin Furrow, Jr. (Misty)
         135 Albright Ct., Box 13, Myerstown, PA 17067                          (717)202-1329
         E-mail                                                       mnmfurrow@gmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Sandra Zerbe
         18 Fairview St., Pine Grove, PA 17963                                  (570)345-4913
SECRETARY—Shirley Natale
         19 White Birch Lane, Pine Grove, PA 17963                              (570)345-8994
TREASURER—Sharon Natale
         221 Hetzel’s Church Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17963                          (570)345-4249



                                 PLAINFIELD, NJ
                    IGLESIA CRISTIANA WESLEYANA PLAINFIELD
                                     (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                       350 Leland Ave., Plainfield, NJ 07062
MAILING ADDRESS                                            341 Sumner Ave., Plainfield, NJ 07062
         Phone:                                                                    (908)412-9297
SUNDAY MEETING TIME—Worship 7 p.m.
PASTORHaydee Tolentino
         341 Sumner Ave., Plainfield, NJ 07062                                    (908)412-9297
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IGLESIA CRISTIANA WESLEYANA PLAINFIELD (cont.)
SECRETARY Gustavo Enriquez
       341 Sumner Ave., Plainfield, NJ 07062                                   (908)753-9636
TREASURER Mermelindo Soloman
       341 Sumner Ave., Plainfield, NJ 07062                                   (908)405-8866


                                    PLEASANTVILLE, NJ
                             LIVING WATER WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                     (Developing Church)
MAILING ADDRESS                                   810 Linden Avenue, Pleasantville, NJ 08232
         E-mail:                                                 pastorrich@LWWChurch.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday Prayer Service 7:00 p.m.
PASTORRichard Younger (Julie)
         800 E. Lexington Ct., Galloway, NJ 08205                             (609)652-5339
         E-mail                                                pastorrichard@comcast.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR/ TREASURER Alan Levine
         534 S. Berlina Ave., Mays Landing, NJ 08330                          (609)965-6349
         E-mail                                                 alanmlevine@worldnet.att.net
SECRETARY Dina Murray
         586 Timber Brook Dr., Vineland, NJ 08360                             (856)696-6907
         E-mail                                                          dina@allenassoc.net


                                   POCONO LAKE, PA
                             POCONO LAKE WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                HC 87 Box 123, Pocono Lake, PA 18347-9735
         Phone:                                                              (570)646-9181
         E-mail:                                          poconolakewesleyan@gmail.com
         Website:                                                  poconolakewesleyan.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORSLuke and Carolynne (Carey) Richards
         HC 87 Box 123, Pocono Lake, PA 18347-9735                           (570)646-9181
         E-mail (Luke)                                             lrichards@hotmail.com
         E-mail (Carey)                            carolynne_davis@asburyseminary.edu
LBA VICE-CHAIR/LAY LEADERGordon Argot
         HC 87 Box 42 B, Pocono Lake, PA 18347                               (570)646-2464
         E-mail                                                             argotg@ptd.net
SECRETARYLinda Mancini
         HC 88 Box 688, Pocono Lake, PA 18347                                (570)646-9096
         E-mail                                                 lindamancini@hotmail.com
TREASURERKathryn Moyer
         HC 72 Box 9, Long Pond, PA 18334                                    (570)646-8639


                                   POINT PHILLIP, PA
                                ZION WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                       2459 E. Scenic Dr., Bath, PA 18014-9746
         Phone:                                                                  (610)837-8469
         Fax (Call First):                                                       (610)837-8469
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ZION WESLEYAN CHURCH, Point Phillip, PA (cont.)
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.; 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORTedd Leininger (JoAnn)
         2522 E. Scenic Dr., Bath, PA 18014-9746                                (610)837-6443
         E-mail                                                              tedd6@juno.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRBarry Lesperance
         2520 E. Scenic Drive, Bath, PA 18014                                   (610)837-8331
SECRETARY— JoAnn Leininger
         2522 E. Scenic Dr., Bath, PA 18014                                     (610)837-6443
TREASURERKanda Lesperance
         2520 E Scenic Dr., Bath, PA 18014                                      (610)837-8331


                                 POTTSTOWN, PA
                            WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE                                     Buchert & Hilltop Roads, Pottstown, PA 19464
MAILING ADDRESS                                             P.O. Box 139, Pottstown, PA 19464
         Phone:                                                                   (610)327-8112
         Website:                                                           www.pwcconline.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Daniel H. Gerber, Sr. (Joyce)
         564 Master Street, Pottstown, PA 19464-4135                              (610)323-9149
         Cell Phone                                                               (610)310-2054
         E-mail                                                        PASTORDHG@aol.com
ASST. PASTOR—David Hoffman (Melanie)
         1187 N. Adams St., Pottstown, PA 19464                                   (610)323-1336
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Charles Hampton
         1121 Industrial Ave., Pottstown, PA 19464                                (610)323-9375
SECRETARY—Lillian Gallagher
         2424 Rosenberry Rd., Gilbertsville, PA 19525                             (610)326-6323


                                   QUEENS, NY
                        JAMAICA-QUEENS WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                   13449 228th St., Laurelton, NY 11413
MAILING ADDRESS                                   PO Box 120492, St. Albans, NY 11412-0492
         Phone:                                                               (718)712-0335
         Fax:                                                                 (718)341-9505
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 11:00 a.m., Worship 9:00 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 8:00 p.m.
PASTORSherlock H.S. Delph (Jocele)
         120-33 230thSt., Cambria Heights, NY 11411-2213                      (718)341-0097
         E-mail                                               sherlockdelph@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIROrmand Morris
         259-50 149th Ave., Rosedale, NY 11422                                (718)725-6646
SECRETARYUmilta Wren
         145-22 230th St., Rosedale, NY 11413                                 (718)276-5143
TREASURER Marima Bankay
         175-45 88th Ave., Apt. 6D, Jamaica, NY 11432                         (718)526-0357


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                                  QUEENS, NY
                        THE WESLEYAN JERUSALEM CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                  3435 96th St., Flushing, NY 11368-1035
         Phone:                                                            (718)651-3082
         Fax (Call First):                                                 (718)651-3082
         E-mail:                                                         wjc@verizon.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 10:00 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORJules Faustin (Marie-Roseline)
         1038 Hawkins Ave., Lake Grove, NY 11755                           (631)981-1251
         E-mail                                                mjfaustin@optonline.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRJean Fleurant
         53-41 96th St., Elmhurst, NY 11373                                (718)271-3524
SECRETARYYvrose Annilus
         98-30 57th Ave., Corona, NY 11368                                 (718)760-5308
TREASURERWoody Joseph
         34-35 96th St., Corona, NY 11368                                  (718)651-3082


                                    REBUCK, PA
                             CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                      PO Box 3, Rebuck, PA 17867-9999
         Phone:                                                         (570)758-2228
         Fax (Call First):                                              (570)758-2228
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
PASTORLarry Baney (Gena)
         PO Box 3, Rebuck, PA 17867-9999                                (570)758-1788
         E-mail                                                  lcbaney@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR.Jim Poploskie
         RD 3 Box 79, Sunbury, PA 17801                                 (570)286-5238
SECRETARYRobert Lahr
         RR 1 Box 1544, Herndon, PA 17830                               (570)758-3875
TREASURERMark Schreffler
         RD 1 Box 192, Dornsife, PA 17823                               (570)758-8171


                                     SALEM, NJ
                              SALEM WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                        91 Walnut St, Salem, NJ 08079
MAILING ADDRESS                                   85 Sparks Ave., Pennsville, NJ 08070-1835
         Phone:                                                                (856)678-6590
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:45 a.m., Worship 11:00 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORKenneth Pilkinton (Nancy)
         85 Sparks Ave., Pennsville, NJ 08070-1835                             (856)678-6590
LBA VICE-CHAIRElwood Northam
         2 New Bridge Rd., F2, Salem, NJ 08079                                 (856)935-2243
SECRETARYPatricia Northam
         185 Sinnickson Landing Rd., Salem, NJ 08079                           (856)935-7334
TREASURER—Nancy Pilkinton
         85 Sparks Ave., Pennsville, NJ 08070                                  (856)678-6590
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                                  SEYFERT, PA
                            SEYFERT WESLEYAN CHURCH
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                  2 Maple Road, Birdsboro, PA 19508
MAILING ADDRESS                                   3970 Main St., Birdsboro, PA 19508-8324
         Phone:                                                              (610)582-8256
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES—SS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:40 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
PASTOR—Randy L. Wolfgang (Cindy)
         3970 Main Street, Birdsboro, PA 19508-8324                          (610)582-8256
         Cell                                                                (610)780-2627
         E-mail                                                  PastorRandy56@aol.com
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Ronald Maurer
         309 W. Madison St., Mohnton, PA 19540                               (610)777-5017
SECRETARY—David White
         294 Slonaker Rd., Spring City, PA 19575                             (610)495-5002
TREASURER—Richard Bright
         2312 McKinley Ave., West Lawn, PA 19609                             (610)670-1890



                                 STOCKTON, NJ
                           STOCKTON WESLEYAN CHURCH
                                     (Developing Church)
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                                        Routes 29 and 523, Stockton, NJ
MAILING ADDRESS                                          PO Box 184, Stockton, NJ 08559-0184
         Phone:                                                                (609)397-7288
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 9 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORDavid Errickson (Fran)
         5 Mt. Airy Village Rd., Lambertville, NJ 08530-3510                   (609)397-6197
         E-mail                                                 franerrickson@hotmail.com
SECRETARY—Fran Errickson
         5 Mt. Airy Village Rd., Lambertville, NJ 08530                        (609)397-6197
TREASURER—Diane Potts
         775 Brunswick Pike, Lambertville, NJ 08530                            (609)397-0930



                                 STONINGTON, PA
                          STONINGTON WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                   RR 4 Box 67, Sunbury, PA 17801-9113
         Phone:                                                          (570)648-8912
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:00 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESWednesday Clubhouse 6:15 p.m., Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
PASTORJohn Roehrig (Margaret)
         RR 4 Box 67, Sunbury, PA 17801-9113                             (570)648-8912
ASST. PASTORRobert Jones (Ruth)
         1329 Plum Creek Road, Sunbury, PA 17801                         (570)988-0727
LBA VICE-CHAIREarl Bradigan
         RD 4 Box 695, Sunbury, PA 17801                                 (570)286-0072
SECRETARY/TREASURERMary Zimmerman
         RD 4 Box 91, Sunbury, PA 17801                                  (570)648-0728


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                               STROUDSBURG, PA
                         STROUDSBURG WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                     915 N. 5 St., Stroudsburg, PA 18360-2444
         Phone:                                                                 (570)421-0750
         Fax:                                                                   (570)421-9838
         E-mail:                                               swc@stroudsburgwesleyan.org
         Website:                                               www.stroudsburgwesleyan.org
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORLenny Luchetti (Amy)
         204 Maple Dr. #2, Wilmore, KY 40390 (until May ‘08)                    (570)421-1448
         E-mail                                                        laluchetti@verizon.net
ASST. PASTORTim Gilbertsen (Karie)
         315 Betty’s Drive, Stroudsburg, PA 18360                               (570)992-3939
         E-mail                                              tim@stroudsburgwesleyan.org
FAMILY LIFE PASTORJason Argo (Nicole)
         520 Ave. A, Stroudsburg, PA 18360                                      (570)421-6831
         E-mail                                                 heypastorjason@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRAndy Porter
         105 Linden St., Stroudsburg, PA 18360                                  (570)421-7544
         E-mail                                                               snipper@.ptd.net
SECRETARYDebbie Bond
         P.O. Box 11, Saylorsburg, PA 18353                                     (570)992-4890
         E-mail                                                        dbond@work2berk.com
BUSINESS MANAGERLynda Keefer
         12 Monroe Lake Shores, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301                      (570)223-0804
         E-mail                                                            lkeefer@verizon.net


                                     SUNBURY, PA
                              TRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                238 Walnut St., Sunbury, PA 17801-3136
         Phone:                                                           (570)286-7222
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 7:00 p.m.
PASTORRon Heiler (Robyn)
         39 Stacy Lane, Middleburg, PA 17842                              (570)837-1595
         Email                                                   prheiler@hotmail.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRLee Crossley
         1249 Highland Ave., Sunbury, PA 17801                            (570)286-5537
SECRETARYPenny Stamm
         P.O. Box 87, New Berlin, PA 17855                                (570)966-4827
         Email                                                           penbill@ptd.net
TREASURERSharon Fogle
         9 Mountain Dr., Selinsgrove, PA 17870                            (570)372-0701
         Email                                                    benjenbs@verizon.net


                                     SUSSEX, NJ
                              SUSSEX WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                         25 Second St., Sussex, NJ 07461-2525
         Phone:                                                                (973)875-4775
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SUSSEX WESLEYAN CHURCH (cont.)
SUNDAY MEETING TIMES Worship 10:00 a.m., Sunday School 11:15 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIME—Wednesday Bible Study, 6:30 p.m., Youth Fellowship 7:30 p.m.
PASTORJohn Inglin
        25 Second St., Sussex, NJ 07461-2525                             (973)875-4775
SECRETARYMary Gentilella
        14 Stratfordshire Dr., Sussex, NJ 07461                          (973)875-4048
TREASURERJene Hovey
        13 Turner Rd., Sussex, NJ 07461                                  (973)875-4626


                                    VINELAND, NJ
                              FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                   406 Wood St., Vineland, NJ 08360-8121
         Phone:                                                           (856)691-2027
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:15 a.m., Worship 10:30 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMESTuesday 12:00 noon and 7:00 p.m.
PASTORBasil Watson (Gloria)
         28 Victory Ave., Vineland, NJ 08360-4110                         (856)691-2027
LBA VICE-CHAIR/TREASURERJames Nicholas
         1732 E. Walnut Rd., Vineland, NJ 08360                           (856)692-7406
SECRETARYJanet Munyan
         228 Route 40, Newfield, NJ 08344                                 (856)358-2117


                            WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, PA
                         EVANGELICAL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                            519 Ford Street, W. Conshohocken, PA 19428-2923
         Phone:                                                               (610)828-2747
SUNDAY MEETING TIMEWorship 10 a.m.
PASTOR—John Hevalow (Ruth)
         518 Apple St., West Conshohocken, PA 19428                           (610)828-2747
LBA VICE-CHAIR—Margaret Williamson
         216 Winding Way, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462                          (610)275-2865
SECRETARY—Barbara Stock
         143 Crooked Lane, King of Prussia, PA                                (610)275-2153
TREASURER—Ruth A. Hevalow
         518 Apple St., West Conshohocken, PA 19428                           (610)828-2747


                                 WHITE PLAINS, NY
                           IGLESIA CRISTIANA WESLEYANA
MEETING PLACE ADDRESS                             130 Central Park Ave., Hartsdale, NY 10530
MAILING ADDRESS                               55 Longview Ave., White Plains, NY 10605-1132
         Phone:                                                                (914)287-0257
SUNDAY MEETING TIMEWorship 3:00 p.m.
PASTORBenjamin Bocanegra (Heike Thiel)
         55 Longview Ave., White Plains, NY 10605-1132                         (914)949-7421
         E-mail                                                       benboca@yahoo.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRMaximo Pereda
         205 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591                                  (914)332-1527

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IGLESIA CRISTIANA WESLEYANA, White Plains, NY (cont.)
SECRETARY—Rafael Pomero
       40 Washington St., Port Chester, NY 10523                                 (914)934-7583
TREASURERGladys Najera
       39 Mitchell Pl. 5B, White Plains, NY 10601                                (914)948-7567



                                  WILLIAMSPORT, PA
                               FAITH WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                    1033 Tucker St., Williamsport, PA 17701-3629
         Phone:                                                                    (570)322-3547
         Fax:                                                                      (570)322-0105
         Email:                                                        Robin1faith@comcast.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 5:45 p.m.
PASTORTimothy Hartzell (Heather)
         1739 Bloomingrove Rd., Williamsport, PA 17701                             (570)322-1976
         E-mail                                                         Tim1faith@comcast.net
LBA VICE-CHAIRWalt Nyman
         1038 Franklin St., Williamsport, PA 17701                                 (570)326-2759
SECRETARYSusan Eldred
         130 Alexis Dr., Williamsport, PA 17701                                    (570)326-0588
CHURCH BUSINESS MANAGERMarion Nyman
         1038 Franklin St., Williamsport, PA 17701                                 (570)326-2759
CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES DIRECTORHeather Hartzell
         1033 Tucker St., Williamsport, PA 17701                                   (570)322-1976
         E-mail                                                      Heather1faith@comcast.net



                                   WILLOW GROVE, PA
                                FIRST WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                3805 Mill Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090-1100
         Phone:                                                               (215)675-1773
         Fax:                                                                 (215)675-0870
         Website:                                                          firstwesleyan.net
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEWednesday 6:30 (Youth), 7:00 p.m. (Bible Study)
PASTORRichard Sylvester (Letah)
         230 Mimosa Lane, Hatboro, PA 19040                                   (215)675-5656
         E-mail                                                      RAS233@yahoo.com
ASST. PASTOR—Jonathan Mikesell (Jennifer)
         411 B Avenue D, Horsham, PA 19044                                    (215)328-0553
         E-mail                                                       jenjon@netzero.com
LBA VICE-CHAIRJames Matton
         300 Rt. 313, Perkasie, PA 18944                                      (215)453-0717
SECRETARYStephanie Kanak
         1708 Magnolia Ave., Hatboro, PA 19040                                (215)674-4724
TREASURERNaomi Rowland
         35 Henry Ave., Warminster, PA 18974                                  (215)672-3016


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                               YARDVILLE, NJ
                    WESLEY GROVE CHAPEL WESLEYAN CHURCH
MAILING ADDRESS                                 4800 South Broad St., Yardville, NJ 08620-2210
         Phone:                                                                  (609)585-0004
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESSS 11:00 a.m., Worship 9:15 a.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMETuesday 6:30 p.m.
PASTORPhil Loria (Bonnie)
         344 W. 4th St., Florence, NJ 08518-1906                                 (609)499-0136
         E-mail                                                          PVLoria1@juno.com
ASST. PASTORMark Krzos (Elizabeth)
         713 S. Olden Ave., Trenton, NJ 08629                                    (609)278-0161
         E-mail                                                         krzos5@comcast.net
LBA VICE-CHAIR/SECRETARYJane Wardlaw
         20 Mulberry Court, Hamilton, NJ 08619                                   (609)890-6699
TREASURERMichaele Loria
         4798 S. Broad St., Yardville, NJ 08620                                  (609)585-0004


                                  YARDVILLE, NJ
                         JESUS CHRIST IS THE LORD CHURCH
                                      (Developing Church)
MAILING ADDRESS                            4800 South Broad St., Yardville, NJ 08620-2210
         Phone:                                                             (215)943-2319
SUNDAY MEETING TIMESWorship 1:30 p.m.
MID-WEEK MEETING TIMEThursday 7:30 p.m.
PASTORWilliam Alvarado (Maria) Supply
         30 Woodbine Road, Levittown, NJ 19057                              (215)943-2319
         E-mail                                          pastor.alvarado@hotmail.com




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                     DIRECTORY OF ORDAINED, COMMISSIONED
                        AND LICENSED DISTRICT PERSONNEL
NOTES: (1) Check the Church-Pastor Directory for addresses and telephone numbers not listed here.
The Pastoral Appointments list may be of help also in locating specific personnel. (2) “V” indicates categories
which entitle ministers to a vote at District Conference.



I. ORDAINED MINISTERS
A. APPOINTED ORDAINED MINISTERS

    1. District Service (V)
         Wood, Harry F. (’73—Alice)

    2. Pastoral and Local Service (V)
       a. Pastors, associate pastors, or assistant pastors
          Addington, Dwight           Gray, Stephen III                         Pinkerton, Russell F.
          Anderson, Michael           Green, David                              Reece, Michael
          Ayling, Steven              Hall, P. Daniel                           Reigard, Kenneth M.
          Baney, Larry                Hartzell, Timothy K.                      Roehrig, John
          Bocanegra, Benjamin         Heckman, Douglas E., Sr.                  Roman, William
          Brayerton, Donna            Heiler, Ronald                            Rutherford, Earl Jr.
          Brayerton, Robert Sr.       Jeune, Francois Eugene                    Shoemaker, Donavon
          Brown, Barry                Jones, Robert                             Simpkins, Robert J.
          Budde, Scott                Koroma, Mohamed Joe                       Smith, Brenda
          Cassisse, Remolien          Labbe, Patricio                           Smith, Stephen
          Chalarca, Jairo             Lamos, Darrell J.                         St. Louis, Rochemond
          Charles, Sylvanie           Leamon, Michael                           Staley, James
          Chowtie, Holly              Leininger, Justin                         Stanford, William
          Clendaniel, Gregory         Leininger, Tedd                           Swink, Cherie
          Coulibaly, Germain S.       Leininger, Terry                          Sylvester, Richard
          Davis, Arlie E.             Loria, Philip                             Teague, Kenroy
          D’Agostino, Shannon         Luchetti, Leonard                         Terwilliger, James L.
          Errickson, Dave             Mack, Daniel                              Theodore, Bernard
          Faustin, Jules              McClung, Linda                            Watson, Basil
          Ferdinand, Pierre St. H.    McClung, Michael                          Weldon, Scott
          Ferguson, Erik              Mikesell, Daniel                          Whatton, Antonette
          Fetterhoff, Kevin           Mikesell, Dwight A.                       Wilcox, David
          Gerber, Daniel              Mikesell, Jonathan                        Williams, John A.
          Geyer, Donald H., Jr.       Miller, William H. III                    Wolfgang, Randy L.
          Gilbertsen, Tim             Moore, Timothy                            Younger, Richard
          Glasgow, Pearl              Palilio, Fedrico                          Zeravsky, David
          Goos, Norman R.             Paulhamus, Kenneth                        Zottarelli, Rod
          Graham, Anthony             Pilkinton, Kenneth H.

       b. On loan to other districts
       c. Local church Christian educators
    3. Evangelistic Service (V)
       a. Associate general evangelists
       b. General evangelists
       c. Reserve evangelists



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4. Denominational Service (V)
    a. General Officials
        Pence, Jerry (’75—Calene)
             14268 Royalwood Drive, Fishers, IN 46038                         (317)577-8018
             Email                                                     pencej@wesleyan.org
        Wilson, Earle (’59—Sylvia)
             6060 Castleway Dr., W., Indianapolis, IN 46250                   (317)570-5146
             Email                                                    wilsone@wesleyan.org
    b. General church service
    c. Missionaries
        Burke, Brian (’02—Cara)—Russia
             Tokareva St. 8A, 600005 Vladimir, Russia                            Unavailable
             2117 Willow Lake Drive, Mishawaka, IN 46545 (stateside)          (574)210-5248
        Craker, Dennis (Michelle)—Taiwan
             Peitun District, Ping-De St., Lane 18, Alley 33, #37, Taichung, Taiwan, ROC
             Phone                                                     011/886-4-2293-1358
        Norris, Keith (‘00—Patty)—World Hope International
             17050 Free Stone Lane, Elkton, VA 22827                          (540)298-2241
    d. Educators
        Englehardt, Richard (’98)
             Box 10, Vancleve, KY 41385                                       (606)666-5000
        Lee, Allen A. (’87—Vicki)
             26 Western St., Sussex, NB, Canada E4E 1E6                       (506)433-6946
        Yoder, Ralph (‘03—Grace)
             207 Epworth Ave., Wilmore, KY 40390                              (859)858-3707
5. Military or Institutional Chaplains (V)
        Caudle, John (‘06—Lori)—Institutional Chaplain
              12500 Kay Road, Laurinburg, NC 28352                            (570)472-3248
        Ritter, Robert
             9015 S.E. Athena St., Hobe Sound, FL 33455                       (561)546-4700
        Sell, Melody (‘07)—Institutional Chaplain
             2381 Juniper St., Coplay, PA 18037                               (610)262-3260
        Silliman, Ed (‘77—Bonnie)—Institutional Chaplain
             6 New Oxford Lane, West Grove, PA 19390                          (484)677-8272
6. Interchurch Service (V)
        Griffin, Dave
             P.O. Box 735, Newfield, NJ 08344                                 (856)457-5737
             Email                                                  parsongriff@comcast.net
        Hevalow, John (‘64—Ruth)
             518 Apple St., West Conshohocken, PA 19428                       (610)828-2747
        Kiggins, Martin ('90—Kathy),
             241 Georgetown Ct., Hanover, PA 17331                            (717)630-0198
        Valdez, Ray (‘89—Cheryl),
             2401 Fostertown Road, Hainsport, NJ 08036                        (609)267-4755
             Email                                                 raedvaldez@hotmail.com
7. Special Service (V)
        Baugess, Dan (’81—Janie)
             500 Overlook Terrace, Stroudsburg, PA 18360                      (570)620-0121
        Diven, Doug (’93—Christy), Hand Up Foundation
              140 Oak Grove Rd., Danville, PA 17821                           (570)275-3007
        Kotzen, Geoffrey L. (’79—Carol)
             118 S. Linden Ave., Hatboro, PA 19040                            (215)443-7320
        Smith, David (’94—Linda)
             WEC Int’l, PO Box 1707, Ft. Washington, PA 19034 (215)646-2322 ext 320

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B. RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS (V)
      Addington, Robert (‘44—Louise)
          615 E. 12th St., Northampton, PA 18067                          (610)262-6923
      Bauer, Paul (‘51—Joan)
          3701 Hershey Court, Whitehall, PA 18052                         (610)769-4630
          E-mail:                                            lpbauer@excelonline.com
      Bennett, Miles E. (’60—Kathy)
          226A Branch Rd., Monroe Township, NJ 08831                      (609)655-0489
      Blimline, Curtis ('56—Mary)
          14 Lori Lane, Amelia, OH 45102                                  (513)753-3539
      Bortner, Elaine M. (’89)
          RD 1 Box 97, Glen Rock, PA 17327                                 (717235-6691
      Carden, Edward J. (‘87—Lydia Jane)
          RD 4 Box 79A, Newfield, NJ 08344                                (856)692-3593
      Cooper, Charles L. ('56—Ruth Ann)
          PO Box 126, Cogan Station, PA 17728-0126                        (570)998-8402
          E-mail:                                                     ccoop5@juno.com
      Culp, Raymond F. ('55—Alma)
          Kelly Apts. C-4 JPM Rd., Lewisburg, PA 17837                    (570)524-2274
      Davis, Russell E. (‘49Frances)
          71 Muddy Run Rd., Milton, PA 17847                              (570)742-4083
          E-mail:                                                     srred@jdweb.com
      Dieter, Melvin E. ('52—Hallie)
          400 Chinquapin Dr., Lyndhurst, VA 22952                         (540)949-6506
          E-mail:                                                     meldie@ntelos.net
      Emery, LaVerne (’95)
          810 Main St., Mohrsville, PA 19541                              (910)926-5484
      Ferdinand, Michel
          19 Waldon St., Nyack, NY 10960                                  (845)480-5969
      Finch, Robert F. ('41—Esther)
          210 West Pine St., Athens, PA 18810                             (570)888-3475
          22281 Woodlawn Ave., Brooksville, FL 34601 (winter address)        Unavailable
      Fisher, John T. (’98—Miriam)
          4951 Hildenbrand Rd., Glen Rock, PA 17327                       (717)235-1386
      Gilmore, Cecil P., Jr. (’71—Carole)
          #6 Arbutus Ct., Marlton, NJ 08053                               (856)983-0172
          E-mail                                                    pastorcpg@aol.com
      Gilmore, Virginia (’42)
          #2 Arbutus Ct., Marlton, NJ 08053                               (856)983-2299
      Haffling, Charles (‘01—Diane)
          1531 Huddell Ave., Linwood, PA 19061                            (610)485-6432
      Hain, R. Marlin ('44)
          Emmanuel Home, 800 Priestly Ave., Northumberland, PA 17857 Unavailable
      Heckman, Earl ('60—Grace)
          PO Box 469, Wiconisco, PA 17097-0469                            (717)453-7533
      Hilbert, Paul D. , Sr. ('51—Ruth)
          331 N. Hanover St., Apt. 56, Pottstown, PA 19464                (610)970-5499
      Holland, Charles E. (’39)
          99 E. Main St., Marlton, NJ 08053                                  Unavailable
     Johnston, William ('68)
          9880-A Chestnut Tree Terrace, Boynton Beach, FL 33436           (561)738-6328
      Kehler, Albert E. (’41—Dorothy)
          304 Kiehner’s Rd., Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972                   (570)739-2716


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   RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS cont.
       Kocher, Clair
           485B Weaverstown Rd., Meyerstown, PA 17067                    Unavailable
       Leitzel, Leonard W. (‘42Pauline)                                 Unavailable
           625 E. Waters St., Pendleton, IN 46064                        Unavailable
       Lindenberger, Robert I. (’68Marian)
           742 E. 6th St., Bethlehem, PA 18015                        (610)954-7753
       Mowrey, Larry N. (‘86Arlene)
           286 Island Blvd., Sunbury, PA 17801                        (570)286-3044
       Moyer, Donald G. (’69)
           37 Plateau Dr., Lititz, PA 17543                           (717)625-7393
           E-mail:                                          revmoyer@peoplepc.com
       Murphy, Ronald L. (‘65Martha)
           RR2 Box 394A, Sunbury, PA 17801                            (570)286-1754
       Pennycoff, Leroy E. ('54—Grace)
           22248 Melody Lane, Brooksville, FL 34601                   (352)796-5798
       Pritchett, Paul R. (‘70Dorothy)
           1676 Creek View Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18015                   (610)838-6241
       Pudliner, Ray (’89—Debbie), Blue Mountain Christian Retreat
           312 Blue Mountain Dr., New Ringgold, PA 17960              (570)386-2154
       Taylor, Grace A. (’40)
           99 East Main St., Marlton, NJ 08053                           Unavailable
       Wagner, Raymond ('65—Naomi)
           4609 Long Run Road, Loganton, PA 17747                     (570-725-3610
           Email                                               NWAGNER@kcnet.org
       Walker, Elda P. ('53—Marion)
           358 Walnut St., Lehighton, PA 18235                        (610)377-1012
       Walker, Marion L.('53—Elda)
           358 Walnut St., Lehighton, PA 18235                        (610)377-1012
       Washburn, Betty Lou ('52)
           109 Winchester Gardens, Carlisle, PA 17013                 (717)245-9513
       Yeager, Arthur E. ('60—Ruth)
           84 Medical Crossing Rd., Tamaqua, PA 18252                 (570)386-8316
           E-mail:                                            revaandr@localnet.com
       Zehner, Ruth M. ('66)
           157 Avenida Majorca Unit C, Laguna Woods, CA 92637         (714)849-3438
C. RESERVE ORDAINED MINISTERS (V)
       Murray, Tyronza ('03—Vernon)
           186 Belmont Blvd., Elmont, NY 11003                        (516)223-1552
       Newlin, Raymond ('58—Etta)
           204 Polk Ave., Williamstown, NJ 08094                      (856)740-0823
       Paradis, Marilyn
           1840 White Briar Rd., Southampton, PA 18966                (215)659-6600
       Slater, David ('90)
           167 MacDougal St., Brooklyn, NY 11233                      (718)467-8825
D. ORDAINED MINISTERS ON EDUCATIONAL LEAVE (V)
E. ORDAINED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT
   1. Not available for appointment
       Ambroise, Francois ('79—Madeline)
           537 Adams Ave., Apt. 2, Elizabeth, NJ 07201                (908)820-0407
       Bair, Timothy ('94—Luona)
           PO Box 114, Newmanstown, PA 17073                          (610)589-4907
       Green, Kerry Anne ('97—David)
           47 Second St., Slatington, PA 18080                        (610)262-6117
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      ORDAINDED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT cont.
          Kehlor, Kieran ('99—Michele)
              1616 N. 18th St., Allentown, PA 18104                      (610)841-7356
          Kramer, Dean ('91—Lois)
              42 Crossview Trail, Fairfield, PA 17320                         (unlisted)
          Reddinger, Randall ('92—Rhonda)
              201 Fairmont Dr., Watsontown, PA 17777                     (570)538-4697
          Toto, Louis Harry ('01)
              44 Citrus Park Dr., Boynton Beach, FL 33436                (917)756-7492
          Ward, Roy (‘86—Judy)
              105 Skyview Lane., Lititz, PA 17543-8762                   (717)896-2463
          Wiley, Gary (’83—Charlotte)
              610 152nd St., Apt. 52, New York, NY 10031                 (212)234-6231
       2. Non-ministerial general church or educational service
       3. Not otherwise listed
   F. ORDAINED MINISTERS IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
       1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
          Argo, Jason
          Mullikin, Heath
          Torres, Ed
          Wickstrom, John, III
       2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey (V)
   G. ORDAINED MINISTERS IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER
          Beers, Jerome
              200 South St., Hanover, PA 17331-2323                      (717)630-2352
          Bonetta, Italo
              1450-C Johnston Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18017                   (610)867-5194
          Dixon, Andrew
              121 Antwerp Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                     (609)965-3764
          Ortiz, Roger
              313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg harbor, NJ 08215                  (609)965-2964
          Rowett, Thomas
              217 Faith Circle, Carlisle, PA 17013                       (717)258-0696
          Sesay, Ibrahim
              6326 Kingsissing Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19142              (215)729-0781
          Simbo, Albert Joe
              312 E. Baltimore Pike, Apt., N1, Clifton Heights, PA 19018 (610)259-2456


II. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
    A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS (V)
    B. OTHER APPOINTMENTS
    C. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT
       1. Not available for appointment
       2. Non-ministerial general church or educational service
    D. IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
       1. Pending completion of district transfer from Penn-Jersey
       2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
    E. IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER
    F. RETIRED COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
        Allen, David S., Sr. (’88)
            45B Scot Drive, Halifax, PA 17031                             (717)896-3132


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III. LICENSED MINISTERS
     A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS (V)
         Atherly, Anderson (Asst. Pastor - Brooklyn First)
         Barthlelemy, Roland (Asst. Pastor - Philadelphia Pilgrim)
        Bruckler, Joseph (Pastor – Blackwood Community)
        Craft, Troy (Pastor of Children & Family Ministries – Bethlehem Calvary)
        Delph, Sherlock (Pastor - Jamaica Queens Wesleyan Church)
        Hoffman, David (Asst. Pastor –Wesleyan Christian Church, Pottstown, PA)
        Inglin, John (Pastor - Sussex Wesleyan Church)
        Jean-Baptiste, Josue (Asst. Pastor - Nyack Pilgrim)
        Kendall, Scott (Asst. Pastor of Youth Ministries – Milton)
        Krzos, Mark (Asst. Pastor - Wesley Grove Chapel)
        Martinez, Steven
            CMR 480 Box 1336, APO, AE 01928-1336
        Richards, Carolynne (Pastor – Pocono Lake Wesleyan)
        Richards, Luke (Pastor – Pocono Lake Wesleyan)
        Soone, Mark (Spiritual Formation Intern – Bridgeton)
        Telfort, Franz (Pastor – Newark Newborn)
        Tolentino, Haydee (Pastor – Plainfield Iglesia)
        Trotter, Alan, Jr. (Pastor of Worship – Pine Grove Wesleyan)
        Werkheiser, Donald (Asst. Pastor – Gospel Chapel/Northampton)
     B. OTHER APPOINTMENTS
     C. IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
        1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
            Furrow, Martin, Jr.
        2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
     D. IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER

IV. MINISTERIAL STUDENTS
      Argot, Gena—Pocono Lake
           Houghton College, CPO #113, Houghton, NY 18347               (201)563-2402
           E-mail                                              Gena.Argot@gmail.com
      Bell, Mike—Egg Harbor
           109 W. Kennedy Dr., Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08235            (609)383-9755
           E-mail                                              anti_flow@hotmail.com
      Blain, Anthony
           118 Rolling Meadows, Middletown, NY 10940                    (845)342-1754
      Bond, Deborah—Stroudsburg
           P.O. Box 11, Saylorsburg, PA 18353                           (570)992-4890
      Bonetta, Juana—Allentown Iglesia
           1450-C Johnston, Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18017                    (610)867-5194
           E-mail                                            aiabonettic@hotmail.com
      Brown, Anita—Frackville
           500 E. Oak Street, Frackville, PA 17931                      (570)874-8656
      Brown, Dale—Millville
           606 Whitehall Ave., Millville, NJ 08332                      (856)327-2063
           E-mail                                                  pkdate@excite.com
      Carney, Thomas—Milton
           305 Oak Grove Rd., Danville, PA 17821                        (570)271-9625
           E-mail                                                  tcarney@uplink.net
      Casado, Ana—Allentown Iglesia
           249 W. Lincoln St., Easton, PA 18042                         (610)438-0527
           E-mail                                            josefcasado@yahoo.com


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MINISTERIALS STUDENTS cont.
     Casado, Jose—Allentown Iglesia
          249 W. Lincoln St., Easton, PA 18042                            (610)438-0527
     Castellanos, Wilmer—Allentown Iglesia
          510 N. 6th St., Allentown, PA 18102                             (610)432-4081
     Cowell, Ralph—Bethlehem Calvary
          5470 Oswego Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18107                            (610)261-3676
     Deaven, Amber—Pine Grove Wesleyan
          101 Hunter’s Dr., Pine Grove, PA 17963                          (570)345-4064
          E-mail                                      amber.deaven@student.indwes.edu
     Dennis, J. Michael—Milton
          120 Broadway, Milton, PA 17847                                  (570)742-3024
     Diener, Shane—Milton
          26 Western Street, SPO 79, Sussex, NB E4E 1E6, Canada                      NA
          E-mail                                              christnguy19144@aol.com
     Dooley, Ellen—Lancaster Crossroads
          127 Laurie Lane, Lititz, PA 17543                               (717)625-2457
          E-mail                                            seven_butterfly@yahoo.com
     Francois, Bose—Huntington
          17 Caldwell St., Huntington Station, NY 11746                   (631)547-0221
     Glasgow, Clinton—Brooklyn New Hope
          657 Barbey St., Brooklyn, NY 11207                              (347)328-0536
     Howard, Brian—Egg Harbor
          3089 Manheim Ave., Mays Landing, NJ 08330                       (609)965-7843
     Jacques, Venise (Yonel)—Brooklyn Pilgrim
          1415 East 99th St., Brooklyn, NY 11236                          (718)531-6430
     Jacques, Yonel (Venise)—Brooklyn Pilgrim
          1415 East 99th St., Brooklyn, NY 11236                          (718)531-6430
     Jarrett, Gary—Milton
          3180 State Route 642, Milton, PA 17847                          (570)412-4659
     Jones, Ruth (Robert) —Stonington
              1329 Plum Creek Road, Sunbury, PA 17801                     (570)988-0727
     Keefer, Lynda—Stroudsburg
          12 Monroe Lake Shores, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301               (570)223-0804
          E-mail                                                     lkeefer@verizon.net
     Kocher, Ronald, Jr.
          23 Wild Cherry Rd., Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972                  (570)345-5451
     Labbe, Marcela—Allentown Iglesia
          2620 Arch St. SW, Allentown, PA 18103                           (610)791-0659
     Moore, Moira—Pine Grove Wesleyan
          80 Bethel Rd., Pine Grove, PA 17972                             (570)345-1225
     Noisette, Claudel—Brooklyn Pilgrim
          342 East 35 St., Brooklyn, NY 11203                             (718)826-1867
     Ortiz, Arelis—Egg Harbor
          313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                       (609)965-2964
     Ortiz, Hilda—Egg Harbor
          313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                       (609)965-2964
     Ortiz, Shaury—Egg Harbor
          313 S. Leipzig Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ 08215                       (609)965-2964
     Pigott, Lennox—Brooklyn First
          747 E. 49th St., Brooklyn, NY 11203                             (718)451-2151
     Porcano, Len—Stroudsburg
          RR 15 Box 1380, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302                      (609)965-2964


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MINISTERIALS STUDENTS cont.
     Rehm, Jeffrey—Bethlehem
          1428 Shelbourne Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18018               (610)691-1177
     Samuel, James—Brooklyn New Hope
          651 Cleveland St., Brooklyn, NY 11208                    (917)376-2698
     Simcik, Adam—Bethlehem Calvary
          99 Hickory Hills Dr., Bath, PA 18014                     (610)759-3629
     Soto, Blanca—Allentown Iglesia
          1753 S. Church St., Apt. 1, Allentown, PA 18103          (610)797-6315
     Soto, Renato—Allentown Iglesia
          1753 S. Church St., Apt. 1, Allentown, PA 18103          (610) 797-6315
     Sytsma, Michelle—Muncy Pleasant View
          213 W. 4th St., Frankfort, KY 40601, Wilmore, KY 40390   (502)352-1874
     Thornton, Becky—Stroudsburg
          RR 3 Box 3184, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301                (570)476-4820
     Troup, Barry—Milton
          534 N. Derr Drive, PMB #305, Lewisburg, PA 17837         (570)742-3564
     Valverde, Aurora—Allentown Iglesia
          710 ½ N. 12th St., Allentown, PA 18102                   (610)776-5071
     Walters, Keith—Milton
          346 King St., Milton, PA 17857                           (570)473-7163
     Young, Kevin—Bethlehem Calvary
          113 E. Fairview St., Bethlehem, PA 18018                 (610)865-6051
     Zottarelli, Michael—Trinity
          6741 Cetronia Rd., Allentown, PA 18106                   (610)530-0060

V. LAY WORKERS
     A. COMMISSIONED SPECIAL WORKERS
         Johnson, Ginger E. (Robert)—Women’s and Children’s Worker
            1246 Andover Rd., Bethlehem, PA 18018-1613             (610)867-0271
     B. COMMISSIONED SPECIAL WORKERS IN PROCESS OF TRANSFER
     C. LICENSED SPECIAL WORKER
         Beatty, Love E. (David)—Christian Writer
            PO Box 594, Blakeslee, PA 18160-0594                   (717)646-8186
         Joseph, Gesner
            1123 Wilson Ave., Abington, PA 19001                   (215)277-5750
         Raws, Randy
            P.O. Box 328, Alloway, NJ 08001                        (856)935-9186
         Taylor, David (Charlotte)
            202 South Park Dr., Wilmington, DE 19809               (302)798-1220
         Younger, Julie (Richard)
            800 E. Lexington Court, Galloway, NJ 08205             (609)652-5339
     D. COMMISSIONED LAY MISSIONARIES
         Norris, Patty (Keith)—Australia
            17050 Free Stone Lane, Elkton, VA 22827                (540)298-7790
     E. SUPPLY PASTORS
         Alvarado, William
            30 Woodbine Rd., Levittown, PA 19057                   (215)943-2319
         Charles, Hector
            P.O. Box 820, South Nyack, NY 10960                    (845)348-0595
         Drury, John
            308 Emmons Dr. 5B, Princeton, NJ 08540                 (609)233-3190



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                                  STANDING RULES
                      PENN-JERSEY DISTRICT STANDING RULES


I. CONFERENCE YEAR
   The conference year shall begin on May 1 and end on April 30.

II. DATE OF ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    The annual District Conference shall be at a date set by the Board of General Superintendents in
    cooperation with the District Board of Administration. The meeting place for District Conference
    shall be determined by the District Board of Administration.

III. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
     The District Conference registration fee shall be determined by the District Board of
     Administration. Pastor and delegate expenses shall be paid by the local church. The District
     Board of Administration is instructed to waive the registration fee for retired ordained ministers
     and spouses. Conference expenses, including registration, meals, and lodging, for lay members
     of the District Board of Administration shall be reimbursed by the district.

IV. FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL REPORTS
    1. Year-end District Remittances. All district financial records close on April 30. Therefore, all
       district remittances by local treasurers intended for credit in the current fiscal year must be
       postmarked on or before May 1.
    2. Statistical Report Deadline. All local church annual statistical reports are to be mailed to
       the district statistician no later than May 15. The statistician shall consult with the district
       superintendent while compiling reports.
    3. Failure to file. Churches not filing timely annual statistical reports shall be identified in the
       statistician’s report. Before the convening of District Conference, the District Board of
       Administration shall review the reasons for any delinquent reports and shall take appropriate
       action.

V. CONFERENCE PROCEDURE AND ELECTIONS
   1. Elections to Be Conducted by the District Conference. The District Conference shall
      elect the following officers, boards and committees for the Penn-Jersey District:
       Officers:        District Superintendent, District Secretary
       Boards:          District Board of Administration (including the District Superintendent,
                        Assistant District Superintendent, District Secretary, and District Treasurer
                        as officers ex officio, plus an additional six (6) ordained ministers and five (5)
                        lay persons as members-at-large)
      Committees:       Nominating Committee (comprised of the District Superintendent, five (5)
                        ordained ministers and five (5) lay persons—with one minister and lay
                        person from each district zone
   2. Elections to Be Conducted by the District Board of Administration. Elections of the
      following officers, boards and committees for the Penn-Jersey District are delegated to the
      District Board of Administration by The Discipline and by the District Conference:
       Officers:        Assistant District Superintendent
                        District Treasurer
                        District Sunday School Director
                        District Christian Education Director (also serves as CLAM Director)
                        District Director of Evangelism and Church Growth
                        District Director of World Missions
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       Officers: (cont.) District Director of Children’s Ministry (also serves as Kids’ Camp Director)
                         District Conference Head Teller
       Boards:      District Board of Christian Education (comprised of the District Superintendent,
                               District Director of Spiritual Formation)
                    District Board of Evangelism and Church Growth (comprised of the District
                               Superintendent, District Director of Evangelism and Church Growth, 2
                               ordained ministers and 2 lay persons as members-at-large elected for
                               staggered 2-year terms)
                     District Board of Ministerial Development (comprised of the District
                               Superintendent, Assistant District Superintendent, 13 ordained
                               ministers and 4 lay persons as members-at-large elected for staggered
                               3-year terms)
                     District Board of Review (comprised of 4 ordained ministers and 3 lay persons,
                               none who may be members of the District Board of Administration)
       Committees:       Auditing Committee (comprised of 2 members)
                         Building Committee (comprised of the District Superintendent, 4 ordained
                               ministers, and 4 lay persons)
                         Statistical Committee (comprised of 1 member)
                         District Conference Courtesy Committee (comprised of 2 members)
                         District Journal Editing Committee (3 members)
                         District Memoirs Committee (1 member)

   3. Annual Financial Audits.         In keeping with Discipline 1340, the District Board of
      Administration shall engage a certified public accountant for an annual audit of the district
      treasurer’s records and maintain a two (2) member auditing committee for other financial
      audits.
   4. Additional Committees. The District Board of Administration shall appoint all other
      committees, unless otherwise specified in The Discipline.
   5. DBA Authorization to Conduct Unfinished Business and Approve Conference Minutes.
      At the close of the annual conference, the District Board of Administration shall attend to any
      business that may have been for any reason overlooked or unfinished. It shall also approve
      the minutes of all sessions of the District Conference.
   6. College Trustee Nominations. The District Board of Administration shall nominate all
      college trustees to which the district may be entitled.

VI. WAYS AND MEANS
    1. District Superintendent Compensation. In addition to the salary and housing allowance,
       the district shall be responsible for the district superintendent’s full participation in the
       Wesleyan Pension Fund, family health insurance, disability income insurance, and an
       amount equal to full reimbursement for the Social Security self-employment tax. A car will be
       provided for use by the district superintendent for all district activities with expenses paid.
    2. District Mileage Reimbursement. All others authorized to travel in the interest of district
       business shall be paid at the mileage rate allowed by the Internal Revenue Service (released
       January 1 of each year) to become applicable as of May 1 of that calendar year. All
       authorized travel expenses must be submitted to the district treasurer or appropriate auxiliary
       treasurer each month.
    3. Retirement Gifts. Any minister retiring from district pastoral service will be presented with
       an appropriate gift as determined by the District Board of Administration.
    4. Un-stationed Ministers’ Assistance. When a pastor must vacate a parsonage, not having
       received a call to another charge, the district is authorized to pay up to $500 toward his or
       her moving expenses. When the pastoral relationship is terminated without another call or
       appointment, the pastor may receive $250 each week he or she is without appointment for
       up to four weeks. A pastor’s eligibility shall be determined by the District Board of
       Administration with due consideration given to other sources of income.
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5. Grief Notices. In the event of a death within a minister’s immediate family, an appropriate
   tribute will be sent if the district office is notified.
6. District Budget/USF Assessment.
   A. The district budget and United Stewardship Fund are to be raised by an assessment
       equal to 10% of the adjusted grand total local church contributions income (base income
       as defined in Discipline 2005:1 and reported on the previous fiscal year’s district
       statistical report.) Payments on this assessment shall be remitted monthly to the district
       treasurer. The District Board of Administration shall review the financial situations of
       those churches experiencing difficulty in making their budget payments.
   B. New Congregations shall be assessed according to Discipline 2005:3d:
       1. No assessment for first year
       2. 25% of full assessment for the second year
       3. 50% of full assessment for the third year
       4. 75% of full assessment for the fourth year
       5. 100% of full assessment for the years thereafter
   C. In keeping with the spirit of Discipline 2005:3a the full amount of the District portion of the
   assessment (4%) shall apply to the first five hundred thousand ($500,000) dollars of
   assessable income, and this assessment shall be reduced by 1% for each additional five
   hundred thousand ($500,000) of assessable income:
       Assessable Income District Portion of assessment
       $500,000 - $1,000,000            3%
       $1,000,000 - $1,500,000          2%
       $1,500,000 - $2,000,000          1%
       More than $2,000,000             0%
7. Allocation of District Funds. The District Treasurer shall maintain three funds: an
   operational fund, a loan and investment fund, and the Harry F. Wood Ministerial Endowment
   Scholarship Fund.
   A. The operational fund shall include all receipts and expenditures that are a part of the
       routine operation of the district.
   B. The loan and investment fund shall be designed primarily to assist local churches in
       acquiring and developing property, with preference given to church planting projects. It
       shall be administered by the District board of Administration according to the following
       guidelines:
         (1) Moneys in the fund shall come from the net proceeds of the sale of any district
             property, accrued interest, and designated gifts.
         (2) Assets not on loan to district churches or approved Wesleyan institutions shall be
             held in one or more of the following ways at the discretion of the District Board of
             Administration: (a) Wesleyan Investment Foundation; (b) federally-insured banks;
             (c) nationally-rated securities.
         (3) The District Board of Administration may, at its discretion, semi-annually (on or
             about April 30 and October 30) transfer an amount as required to aid in providing
             grants for (a) church planting, (b) camp and retreat programs, and (c) continuing
             education for pastors. In no case shall this amount exceed the accrued interest of
             the preceding six months.
   C. The Harry F. Wood Ministerial Endowment Scholarship Fund shall be maintained as
       an interest-bearing account separate from other district funds, from which only the
       interest may be dispersed annually by the District Board of Administration, according to
       guidelines it may from time to time adopt. The primary purpose of scholarship fund
       grants is to aid in the repayment of educational loans for those pastors serving in the
       Penn-Jersey District during the first five years of their pastoral service following
       graduation. Eligibility shall be confined to one five-year segment of service, which may
       be interrupted by the pursuit of additional education. Any annual interest income of this
       fund not awarded to scholarship recipients shall either be reinvested as principal in the
       endowment fund or deferred for distribution for up to one year.

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      D. The Dr. Earle L. Wilson Ministerial Education Endowment Fund shall be maintained
         as an interest bearing account separate from other district funds, from which only the
         interest may be dispersed annually by the District Board of Administration, according to
         guidelines it may from time to time adopt. The primary purpose of this scholarship fund is
         to aid in the payment of educational expenses for those preparing for full-time Christian
         ministry from the Penn-Jersey District.
   8. District Budget Priorities. The following four prioritized categories are the basis for district
      budget planning:
      A. General and district operational expenses;
      B. District church extension and pastoral development;
      C. District auxiliary ministries;
      D. Varied ministries approved by the District Board of Administration.

VII. MINISTERIAL STANDING
     1. License Recommendation from Local Churches. Recommendations of members by local
        churches for district licenses must be in the hands of the chairperson of the District Board of
        Ministerial Development no later than April 1. If this is prior to the regular annual Local
        Church Conference, local churches are encouraged to delegate responsibility for making
        license recommendations to their Local Boards of Administration (see Discipline 655:8).
     2. DBMD Interviews. All district licensed ministers or applicants shall appear before the Board
        of Ministerial Development at the time arranged by the board.
     3. Ordination Service. The ordination service for candidates elected to ordained minister’s
        orders by the District Conference is to be held at a time and place recommended by the
        district superintendent and the Council of Ordination, subject to the approval of the general
        superintendent.
     4. Annual Service Report Due Date.              Annual service reports for all ordained and
        commissioned ministers, licensed ministers, ministerial students, and lay workers under
        district supervision are to be submitted to the chairperson of the District Board of Ministerial
        Development by May 10.
     5. District Approval of All Ministerial Appointments. All ministerial personnel, whether
        salaried or volunteer, must be approved by the District Conference or the District Board of
        Administration prior to appointment by the local church.

VIII. PASTORAL SUPPORT AND BENEFITS
All churches are encouraged to cheerfully and generously provide adequate financial support for
their pastors in keeping with their needs and abilities, for “the worker deserves his wages” (Luke
10:7). The following guidelines are a reasonable base on which to build a pastoral support package.
These guidelines are not to be interpreted as maximum salaries, but as minimal levels of
compensation based on a local church’s financial strength. Churches that are able to provide more
generously are encouraged to do so, while churches that are not meeting these guidelines are
encouraged to strive energetically toward them.
   1. Recommended Minimum Salaries. The recommended minimum pastor’s cash salary
      (excluding all other benefits) shall be based on the adjusted grand total local church
      contributions income (base income as defined in Discipline 2005:1 and reported on the
      previous fiscal year’s district statistical report), according to the following guidelines:
      Level                 Previous Year’s Income              Annual Salary
          I                  less than $37,500                    $13,200
          II                 $37,501 - 52,500                     $16,500
         III                 $52,501 - 73,500                     $18,000
         IV                  $73,501 - 105,000                    $21,000
         V                   more than $105,001                   $24,200



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2. Recommended Benefits. In addition to the pastor’s cash salary, local churches are
   encouraged to provide the following benefits for pastoral staff members:
   A. Rent-free use of a parsonage with all utilities paid, or a cash housing allowance adequate
       for renting or purchasing a furnished home and providing utilities;
   B. Full participation in the Wesleyan Pension Fund (equal to 12% of the pastor’s
       compensation, which should include cash salary, plus Social Security allowance, plus the
       cash housing allowance or the fair rental value of a furnished parsonage including
       utilities).
   C. Family health insurance;
   D. Disability income insurance;
   E. An allowance for the pastor’s church-related business travel, based upon the mileage
       rate established by the Internal Revenue Service;
   F. An allowance for full reimbursement of the pastor’s Social Security self-employment tax
       (equal to 15.3% of the pastor’s salary plus any cash housing allowance, or the pastor’s
       salary plus the fair rental value of a furnished parsonage plus utilities).
3. Determination of Full- and Part-Time Status. Pastors are designated as “part-time” if they
   do not receive at least the following compensation for their church labors: (1)cash salary in
   keeping with district benchmarks, (2)full pension, (3)health insurance, (4)Social Security
   reimbursement; and (5)a cash housing allowance adequate to secure a home in the
   community in which the church is located or rent-free use of a church-owned parsonage with
   paid utilities. In keeping with the scriptural command to provide for one’s own family, part-
   time pastors may seek additional employment outside the church for supplemental income
   without any local church approval. Part-time pastors who seek bi-vocational employment are
   encouraged to use personal discretion in the type of employment accepted as it relates to the
   reputation of the local church and to avoid making time commitments that conflict directly
   with regularly scheduled church services. Pastors receiving full-time compensation from the
   local church in keeping with district benchmarks should counsel with the District
   Superintendent and Local Board of Administration before engaging in non-church
   employment that impinges upon pastoral time commitments established by mutual
   agreement as reasonable and therefore properly expected by the local church of its pastor.
4. Full-Time Compensation Benchmarks. Local churches may use either of two benchmarks
   in determining minimum full-time compensation for all pastoral personnel.
   A. Option One—Full-time pastoral compensation shall be regarded as any cash salary
       equivalent to at least the official poverty guideline, based on family size, published and
       revised annually by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services; plus a cash
       housing allowance adequate to secure a home in the community in which the church is
       located or rent-free use of a church-owned parsonage with utilities; plus full Wesleyan
       Pension Fund contributions (based on 12% of salary, housing, and Social Security
       reimbursement), full family health insurance, and full Social Security reimbursement
       (15.3% of the pastor’s cash salary and housing). Poverty guideline figures may be
       obtained online at the Health and Human Services website: http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty.
   B. Option Two—Full-time pastoral compensation shall be regarded as a salary and benefits
       package (including pension, health insurance, Social Security reimbursement, housing,
       and other customary benefits) equivalent to the base salary and full benefits scale used
       for local public school teachers (or the base salary and full benefits scale used for local
       public school administrators in the case of senior pastors in multiple staff churches).
5. District Ministerial Retreat. An amount equal to $300 annually for attendance at the District
   Ministerial Retreat shall be provided for each minister serving a local church under district
   appointment.
6. General Conference Expenses. An allowance should be provided to cover the travel,
   lodging, meals, and registration expenses of the pastor or senior pastor for attendance at
   General Conference.



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   7. Pastor’s Continuing Education. The local church should provide a discretionary fund for
       the continuing education of the pastor, to be used as he or she determines for seminars,
       conferences, books, tapes, classes, or other professional enrichment opportunities.
   8. Accountable Expense Reimbursement Plan. The Local Board of Administration of each
       local church is encouraged to establish an accountable professional expense reimbursement
       plan for its pastor(s) to minimize the minister’s income tax liabilities in accordance with the
       regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, using assistance available from the Office of the
       General Treasurer of The Wesleyan Church or the district treasurer.
   9. Vacation Schedule. Vacations with pay for pastors of the Penn-Jersey District shall be
       based on years of service in The Wesleyan Church according to the following schedule.
       Vacation time is not cumulative from year to year in the sense of time, financial
       remuneration, or any other consideration.
       A. One year of service16 days, including 2 Sundays.
       B. Five years of service18 days, including 2 Sundays.
       C. Ten years of service24 days, including 3 Sundays.
       D. Fifteen years of service27 days, including 3 Sundays.
       E. Twenty or more years of service32 days, including 4 Sundays.
   10. Time Off for Guest Speaking. All pastors are permitted to accept up to ten (10) days each
       year as invited speakers for revival meetings, seminars, or other such events, provided that
       not more than two (2) days shall be Sundays. These engagements shall not be deducted
       from salary or from vacation time and the pastor shall be permitted to retain all honoraria
       received as personal income.
   11. Graduate Study Approval. Pastors who desire to pursue graduate study programs while
       continuing at a pastoral charge full-time shall present to the district superintendent a letter of
       consent from the Local Board of Administration, establishing that there is clear
       communication about the effect studies will have upon the pastor’s availability and service.
       Local churches are encouraged to consider financial assistance for ministers pursuing
       graduate studies as part of the minister’s continuing education allowance.
   12. Continuation of Income and Benefits for Disabled Ministers. In the event a minister
       serving under district appointment as a pastor or assistant pastor of a local church becomes
       disabled, the local church is encouraged to continue paying his or her full salary and benefits
       for up to six months after the disability commences or until other disability insurance,
       Wesleyan Pension Fund or Social Security benefits begin.

IX. PASTORAL RENEWAL OF CALL VOTE
    1. Dates for Renewal of Call Voting. The pastoral renewal of call vote shall be taken at a duly
       called meeting of the Local Church Conference during the last two weeks of March. When
       Easter falls on either of the last two Sundays of March, the vote may be taken on an
       alternative date set by the Local Board of Administration with the approval of the district
       superintendent.
    2. Vote Reporting. The secretary of each local church shall mail the results of the pastoral
       vote to the district superintendent immediately following the vote.

X. PASTORAL CHANGE
   The regular time for pastoral changes shall be the Monday following the second Sunday of July
   (Discipline 700). The salary and benefits of the pastor shall be paid through that date, except for
   the pastor’s monthly health and/or disability insurance premium for that period, which shall be
   paid in full for the entire month so as to provide uninterrupted coverage.

XI. STAFF PROCEDURES
    The following criteria are the basis of approval for paid local church staff additions (of ministerial
    rank) below the rank of senior pastor.
    1. Need. Additional full-time salaried persons may be employed by the Local Board of
       Administration as authorized by the Local Church Conference, and as growth requires and
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      adequate local church financial resources allow. The Local Board of Administration shall
      consult with the district superintendent before recommending the addition of staff to the Local
      Church Conference. In no case should a local church add staff if it is not meeting its full
      district budget and United Stewardship Fund obligations.
   2. Vote. The procedures established by Discipline 725:29, 738-744, and 782:16 shall be
      followed in all cases in which additional staff is considered.
   3. Budget. The budget of the local church must clearly demonstrate ability to maintain full-time
      salaried staff persons at a level equal to the minimum wage structure of the district, except in
      such cases where students may be employed as part of a Christian service assignment, or
      where a retired minister or a ministerial volunteer may be donating part of their service to the
      local church.

XII. MINISTERIAL RECOGNITION
     1. Ministerial Service Awards. Ministers shall be recognized for ten (10), twenty-five (25), and
        forty (40) years of active ordained or commissioned service in The Wesleyan Church with
        awards presented during District Conference.
     2. Pastor Appreciation Day. Each local church is encouraged to conduct an annual Pastor
        Appreciation Sunday during the month of November planned by the Local Board of
        Administration or a committee it appoints.

XIII. ANNUAL LOCAL CHURCH CONFERENCES
      1. Dates for Annual Conferences. The meeting of the annual Local Church Conference for
         each local church in the Penn-Jersey District shall be during the last two weeks in April or
         the first two weeks in May at a date set by the Local Board of Administration in consultation
         with the district superintendent.
      2. Authorization for Pastors to Chair Conferences. Each duly appointed ordained,
         commissioned, or licensed minister serving as solo or senior pastor of an established
         church is authorized to chair the annual Local Church Conference, unless the district
         superintendent or his representative is present to chair the meeting.

XIV. LOCAL BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBILITIES
   1. Annual Housing Allowance Review. The Local Board of Administration should annually at
      its November meeting review and properly designate the housing allowance or the fair rental
      value of a parsonage furnished free for its pastor(s), using guidelines recommended by the
      General Treasurer of The Wesleyan Church or other reliable authority.
   2. Annual Membership Roll Review. The Local Board of Administration should review the
      local church membership roll annually each October in keeping with the procedures set forth
      in Discipline 553-610, 655:1, and 782:10, recommending changes to the Local Church
      Conference or discontinuing members for appropriate reasons if full authority in membership
      matters has been delegated to it by the local church (see Discipline 782:7-12).
   3. Annual Pastoral Support Review. The Local Board of Administration should review all
      matters pertaining to pastoral support at its February or March meeting or at the time of the
      preparation and adoption of the annual local church budget. The LBA shall include
      consideration of a cash salary increase not less than the official cost of living index
      established by the federal government. This review should include evaluation of the pastor’s
      cash salary, parsonage or housing allowance, utilities, Social Security allowance, Wesleyan
      Pension Fund participation, disability insurance, health insurance coverage, medical expense
      reimbursement plan, accountable expense reimbursement plan (for business use of the
      pastor’s auto, conference and retreat expenses, church-related hospitality, continuing
      education, professional books, office supplies, postage, and other church-related expenses),
      and any other compensation or benefits provided by the local church.
   4. Items Recommended for Delegation to the Local Board of Administration. Local
      churches are encouraged to delegate the following duties and powers to the Local Board of
      Administration:
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       A. Full authority over all membership matters (per Discipline 655:1);
       B. Granting, renewing or removing licenses for lay ministers (per Discipline 655:7);
       C. Recommending persons for licensing as ministerial students, special workers, or licensed
          ministers (per Discipline 655:8);
       D. Full authority over preparation and adoption of the local church budget (per Discipline
          655:12).
       E. Reviewing and approving minutes of Local Church Conferences during the first LBA
          session following each Local Church Conference session (per Discipline 650:1).

XV. LOCAL CHURCH ORGANIZATION
    The District Board of Administration should annually review the classification of each church
    having total income (from base income as defined in Discipline 2005:1 and reported on the
    current district statistical report) of less than $25,000, using the following criteria:
      1. Circuit. Where geography makes circuiting practical, and where this, in the judgment of
         the local congregation and the District Board of Administration, would serve needs more
         meaningfully than could be done in merger, two or more congregations shall be assigned
         as a single circuit. Where mergers would be useful and acceptable, such should be
         considered, but only after a full investigation of the interests of all parties involved and a
         full evaluation of benefits to be derived.
      2. Developing Church. In considering the reclassification of an established church as a
         developing church (see Discipline 518:5), Discipline 518:2 may be interpreted as follows
         in regard to defining the phrase “a reasonable degree of financial stability”: (A) Where
         outstanding debts, including overdue payments on mortgages, United Stewardship Fund
         obligations, and such other items as the local church is legally responsible to pay, shall
         exceed ten percent (10%) of the annual giving reported on line 131a of the district
         statistical report, and/or (B) where the pastoral support level is below the minimum level
         established by the District Conference, a church may be reclassified.
      3. Mission. When a developing church in financial or numerical decline is situated in an
         area served in part by another established church, such church may be assigned by the
         District Board of Administration (with the approval of the established church) to the
         oversight of the established church in the role of sister church. The purpose of such an
         arrangement shall be to share fellowship, expertise, programs, and ministry as may be in
         the best interests of both congregations. In no case shall any assets, which may be
         derived from any actions in this program, be disposed, invested, or transferred except as
         provided in Discipline 4700-4720.

XVI. CHURCH EXTENSION
      1. Evangelism and Church Growth Assessment. There is to be a district evangelism and
         church growth assessment paid by the local churches from contributions income or from
         faith promise or missions income, with the following goals based upon the base income
         as defined in Discipline 2005:1 and reported on the previous year’s district statistical
         report:
         INCOME                          GOAL
           Under $25,000                    $ 337
           $25,001 to $35,000               $ 675
           $35,001 to $50,000               $1,012
           $50,001 to $70,000               $1,350
           $70,001 to $100,000              $1,687
           Over $100,000                    $2,025
       2. E&CG Assessment Exemption. Churches planting churches is regarded by our district
          and denomination as an effective means of encouraging evangelism, fostering church
          growth, and producing mature disciples. A church that sponsors a mission in an
          approved sister church relationship or that directly assists in mothering a daughter church
          with District Board of Administration approval shall be exempt from this contribution for
          the year in which the relationship is established.
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       3. E&CG Promotion Aids. The district shall provide aids to assist local churches in raising
          their evangelism and church growth assessments.
       4. Zone Rallies. Zone chairpersons are encouraged to plan rallies in each zone in
          consultation with the district superintendent to heighten awareness of evangelism, church
          planting, and opportunities for cooperative outreach ministries in the Penn-Jersey District.
       5. Local Church Subsidies or Grants. The District Board of Administration shall be
          required to obtain District Conference approval for any local church subsidy or grant that
          exceeds $25,000 in any one fiscal year or involves continuing district financial support for
          a period beyond three years, with the exception of projects recommended by the District
          Board of Evangelism and Church Growth and adopted by the District Board of
          Administration as “strategic church planting projects,” using guidelines for the same
          established in official DBA Policy Statements.
       6. Financial Assistance for Building Programs or Acquisition. District assistance for
          local church building projects or property acquisition is normally intended for churches
          involved in construction or purchase of their first worship facility. Requests for exceptions
          to this policy based on extenuating circumstances may be considered by the District
          Board of Administration.

XVII. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT’S VACATION AND BONUS
      The vacation of the district superintendent shall be in keeping with the maximum
      recommended in the district policy for vacation schedules. Further, the district treasurer shall
      forward to the district superintendent a Christmas bonus as designated by the District Board of
      Administration.

XVIII. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT’S HOUSING
        When necessary to assist in the purchase of a house for an incoming district superintendent
        and subject to the availability of funds, the District Board of Administration may provide a
        loan subject to the following terms:
        1. Maximum Principal. The maximum principal may be up to 30% of the house purchase
            price, including closing costs, with the total not to exceed $35,000.
        2. Interest. The loan will be interest-free.
        3. Repayment. Unless paid earlier, the loan will become due and payable in full within one
            year of the conclusion of the district superintendent’s service or upon sale of the house,
            whichever occurs first.

XIX. PROPERTY POLICIES
     1. Encumbrance of Church Property. The only permissible reason for encumbering church
        property at either the local or the district level is for a purpose that benefits the corporate
        body. No property held by either a local church or the district may be encumbered for the
        personal benefit of an individual or individuals, since to do so would jeopardize the church’s
        non-profit status.
     2. Annual Insurance Verification. Every local church shall report annually to the District
        Finance Committee, on forms provided by that committee, regarding its current property
        and liability insurance coverage, showing the name of the company and/or agent carrying
        the insurance, the policy number, the kinds and amount of coverage, and the date of
        renewal.
     3. Ownership of Church Properties. Ownership of all local and district properties is to be
        held by the Penn-Jersey District of The Wesleyan Church, Inc., unless otherwise required
        by local laws. All existing and new deeds, titles and other written instruments for the
        conveyance of property to or for The Wesleyan Church shall include the following trust
        clause set forth in paragraph 4610 of The Discipline—“In trust for the use and benefit of the
        ministry and members of The Wesleyan Church, incorporated under the laws of the state of
        Indiana as The Wesleyan Church Corporation, subject to The Discipline, regulations and
        appointments of said Church as from time to time legislated and declared.”
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XX. DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
    The District Board of Administration shall serve as the District Board of Trustees of the Penn-
    Jersey District of The Wesleyan Church, Inc.

XXI. IMMIGRATION SPONSORSHIP
     The Penn-Jersey District may provide immigration sponsorship solely to such persons as shall
     be/or may be credentialed as ministers of The Wesleyan Church, and shall be necessary to
     either fill a present pastoral vacancy or that of a church planting pastor. These persons shall be
     carefully screened for long-term suitability for such ministries. Further, the district shall not
     assume any long-term financial responsibility beyond the placement in a local church ministry
     or church planting support. In the case of immigration sponsorship for local church staff
     positions, such responsibility shall be that of the local congregation. The district shall not
     provide sponsorship of laypersons.

XXII. MISSION TEAMS
       Each local church sponsoring a mission team shall provide the following information to the
       District Center prior to the commencement of the trip:
              1. The planned itinerary (including dates and means of travel), the name of the
                 group leader, and names of all team members.
              2. Certification that receipted tax-deductible contributions have been processed
                 consistent with Internal Revenue Service regulations.
              3. Certification that all team members have procured insurance coverage that meets
                 the insurance requirements of The General Department of Global Partners.
              4. A completed “Release of Liability, Indemnification, and Consent” for each team
                 member.




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                DISTRICT BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION POLICIES

        (EDITOR’S NOTE: The following are policy statements adopted by the Penn-Jersey District
          Board of Administration. They are printed here for the purpose of general information.)

What is the purpose of policy statements for the Penn-Jersey District?
Many people feel that written policies can be too constrictive and are therefore unnecessary. Others
resist written policies in order to emphasize their dependence on the guidance of the Holy Spirit in
decision-making. While remaining sensitive to both issues, the establishment of proper policies
contributes to the smooth operation of the district through responsible and thoughtful guidance. The
Holy Spirit can communicate equally well in the formation of policies in advance of circumstances
where they are needed and can give district leaders wisdom to recognize when the need for an
exception exists. It is almost axiomatic that decisions made on “the spur of the moment” often prove
to be wrong decisions. Guidelines need to be worked out in an unhurried and unpressured manner
so that all ramifications can be considered. The following policy statements serve to meet several
needs.
   1. They help build confidence and cohesion in the decision-making process of the district.
   2. They permit thoughtful evaluation of crucial issues.
   3. They prevent decisions based on charisma of persons or a personal whim.
   4. They help prevent confusion, inconsistency, misunderstanding, and strained relationships.
      The policies say “yes” and “no.”
   5. They define the specific responsibilities of those placed in leadership within the district.
   6. They let the constituency know what the district’s policies are and help build a trust
      relationship.
   7. Everyone knows what to expect ahead of time. There are no sudden surprises.

Thus, these policy statements are compiled as an aid to the district for the purpose of fostering clear
understanding of the expectations and opportunities of these varied areas of ministry.

BUILDING POLICIES
   1. In accordance with Discipline 523, the district will maintain a Building Committee consisting
      of the district superintendent as chairperson, four ordained ministers and four lay persons.
      This committee shall be appointed annually by the District Board of Administration in keeping
      with the District Standing Rules.
   2. All building project proposals must be reviewed and approved by the District Building
      Committee before they are considered by the District Board of Administration. The Building
      Committee makes its recommendations direct to the District Board of Administration.
   3. The local church will be responsible for submitting a building application form to the District
      Building Committee. Applications may be secured by contacting the district office.
   4. All building programs will be approved in three stages or, where impractical, the appropriate
      combination of any of these three stages.
      A. Stage OneConcept Approval
      B. Stage TwoArchitectural Drawing Approval (Plans & Specifications)
      C. Stage ThreeActual Cost and Financial Plan Approval
   5. All three levels must be approved by the District Board of Administration before a building
      project is considered to have been given full approval.
   6. Approval of the District Board of Administration for a building project should not be requested
      unless the local church’s district financial obligations are all current within sixty (60) days.
   7. The following debt guidelines will be utilized in approving church building projects:
      A. The debt load incurred by a local congregation should not exceed two and a half times
          the annual income of the church as reported on line 131a of the district statistical report
          (three times this amount for a new church).
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      B. Total indebtedness may not exceed 75% of the appraised value of the building project.
      C. The total cost of debt service for principal and interest should not exceed 28 to 30% of
         the annual contributions income of the local congregation as reported on line 131a of the
         district statistical report.
   8. Financial grants from the district for local church building projects are normally intended for
      churches involved in their first construction or purchase of a worship facility. Requests for
      exceptions to this policy based on extenuating circumstances may be appealed to the District
      Board of Administration by a Local Board of Administration.

CHURCH PLANTING POLICIES
Definition: Church planting is, “taking a non-existent work or ministry and giving birth to a body of
believers, using the disciplines of evangelism, discipleship and organizational skills. Church planting
is considered to be the first stage toward the goal of an indigenous work.”

The district shall maintain a Church Planting Committee that will be appointed annually by the
District Board of Administration. This committee shall consist of the district superintendent as
chairperson and four other persons who have evidenced experience in either church planting or
meaningful church growth. The responsibilities of this committee shall be, but will not be limited to:
(A) the examination and recommendation of possible candidates for church planting positions; (B)
the examination and evaluation of data and other key information related to possible church planting
opportunities; and (C) the recommendation to the District Board of Administration of all financial
packages related to church planting efforts.

The priorities of consideration in examining a church planting possibility shall be: (A) a church
planter with a vision for a given opportunity of church planting, and (B) an opportunity that gives
evidence of both need and growth potential for a meaningful ministry that will lead to an indigenous
work.

In order for a church planting work to be established, it will be necessary to secure the approval of
the Church Planting Committee, District superintendent, District Board of Administration, and District
Conference.

The church planter should give evidence of the following qualities in order to be approved for the
position:
   1. A keen sense of God’s calling and commitment to the arduous task of planting a church.
   2. A high level of motivation and a track record of church growth.
   3. Strong support for such a work within his family unit.
   4. Freedom from significant personal debt.
   5. A strong commitment to The Wesleyan Church.
   6. A spiritual confirmation in the hearts of the leaders that this person has been chosen of God
        for such a task.
   7. Evidence of personal flexibility and creativity in ministry.
   8. An evidence and lifestyle that reflects a deep burden to reach the unchurched for Christ.

The district will seek to provide for the church planting effort:
   1. A strong prayer base.
   2. A strong relationship support base.
   3. A clear understanding of the financial support package that may or may not exist.
   4. An opportunity to receive appropriate church planting training, coaching, and/or supervision.


AUXILIARY FINANCIAL POLICIES
This policy applies to all funds handled at the district level that do not pass through the District
Treasurer. In this policy the term "auxiliary" is used in a broad sense to include any officially
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recognized district organization whether or not such an organization is identified in The Discipline.
Examples are Wesleyan Women, Youth, Wesleyan Kids’ Camp. The underlying basis for the
requirements of this policy are:
   1. Accurate record keeping and reporting.
   2. Protection of those handling the finances.
   3. Accountability to the auxiliary members and to the District.
   4. Compliance with governmental regulations.

All organizations must have a clearly defined leadership team. Organizational structure and
leadership teams that are defined in The Discipline should be implemented. Financial practices
determined by this policy are enumerated below.

   Budgeting
   1. Annual budgets shall be approved by the governing entity (or by the District Board of
      Administration).
   2. Compensation for the leadership team should be approved by the District Board of
      Administration.

   Income and Expense
   1. Procedures for handling income must include a paper trail that starts at the point of receipt.
   2. All cash must be counted by at least 2 unrelated persons.
   3. All checks must be promptly endorsed and deposited in the intended accounts.
   4. All expenses must be authorized either by budget line item or by action of the governing
       entity (or by action of the District Board of Administration).

   Governmental regulations
   1. Issuing of W2's is not required nor appropriate since the auxiliaries do not have employees.
   2. All honoraria and appropriate accompanying information shall be reported to the District
      Treasurer within 10 days of incurring the expense. The District Treasurer shall issue the
      appropriate 1099 MISC forms.

   Accountability
   1. Paper trails shall be maintained for both income and expenses.
   2. Financial reports should be of sufficient detail to clearly show the reason and categorization
      of all income and expense.
   3. Quarterly financial reports shall be provided to the District Superintendent for distribution to
      the District Board of Administration.
   4. All financial records will be made available for annual audits by May 15. The report of the
      auditor(s) will be provided to the District Superintendent for distribution to the District Board
      of Administration.




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DISTRICT CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS




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                           DISTRICT CONFERENCE AGENDA
                                      Wednesday, June 6, 2007
 2 to 4 P.M.   DELEGATES SIGN-IN (pick-up delegate packets in the Hospitality Room of Country
               Cupboard Inn - check into hotel at the registration desk of the hotel.
 2 to 4 P.M.   PRE-CONFERENCE SEMINARS (Country Cupboard Inn)
 4:45 P.M.     CELEBRATION BANQUET
                  PRESENTATION OF AWARDS
                  • Presentation of Eagle Awards
                  • Presentation of Harry F. Wood Ministerial Scholarships
                  • Ministerial Service Award
7:00 P.M.      CELEBRATION AND PRAISE RALLY (DR. EARLE L. WILSON SPEAKING –
                  Christ Wesleyan Church)
8:30 P.M.      ICE CREAM SOCIAL (provided by Asbury Theological Seminary)

                                      Thursday, June 7, 2007
7-8:30 A.M.    BUFFET BREAKFAST – COUNTRY CUPBOARD INN
7-8:30 A.M.    HOTEL CHECKOUT
9:00 A.M.      FIRST SITTING (Christ Wesleyan Church)
                  • Call to Order and Roll Call
                  • Announcement of Conference Bar
                  • Approval of Conference Minutes
                  • Adoption of Conference Agenda
                  • District Board of Ministerial Development Report
                  • Courtesy Committee ReportHonored Conference Guests
                  • District Superintendent’s Report
 10:30 A.M.    BREAK
 10:50 A.M.    SECOND SITTING
                  • Assistant District Superintendent’s Report
                  • Director of Servant Team Ministries Report
                  • Auditor’s Report
                   • District Treasurer’s Report
12:00 Noon     LUNCH – CHRIST WESLEYAN CHURCH
1:00 P.M.      THIRD SITTING
                   • General Superintendent’s State of the Church Address
                   • Elections Begin—District Secretary, DBA Ministerial Members, DBA Lay
                      Members, District Nominating Committee, Delegates to General Conference 2008
                   • District Board of Administration Recommendations
2:30 P.M.      BREAK
2:50 P.M.      FOURTH SITTING
                   • Unfinished Business
                   • DBA Report on Pastoral Relations and Ministerial Appointments
                   • Words of Appreciation
4:00 P.M.      ADJOURNMENT (no dinner provided)



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                         DISTRICT CONFERENCE ROLL CALL
NOTE: Number before name indicates roll call ballots submitted.

I. ORDAINED MINISTERS

  A.   APPOINTED ORDAINED MINISTERS
       1. District Service
          1--Wood, Harry F.
       2. Pastoral and Local Service
          a. Pastors, associate pastors, or assistant pastors
             1--Addington, Dwight L.                   1--Loria, Philip
             1--Anderson, Michael                      1--Luchetti, Leonard
             1—Ayling, Steven                          1--Mack, Daniel
             1--Baney, Larry                           0--McClung, Linda
             1--Bocanegra, Benjamin                    1--McClung, Michael
             1--Brayerton, Donna                       1--Mikesell, Daniel
             1--Brayerton, Robert Sr.                  1--Mikesell, Dwight A.
             1--Brown, Barry                           1--Mikesell, Jonathan
             1--Budde, Scott                           1--Miller, William H. III
             1--Cassisse, Remolien                     1--Moore, Timothy
             1--Chalarca, Jairo                        1--Palilio, Fedrico
             1--Charles, Sylvanie                      1--Paulhamus, Kenneth
             1--Chowtie, Holly                         1--Pilkinton, Kenneth H.
             1--Clendaniel, Gregory                    1--Pinkerton, Russell F.
             0--Coulibaly, Germain S.                  1--Reece, Michael
             1--Davis, Arlie E.                        1--Reigard, Kenneth M.
             0--Errickson, Dave                        1--Roehrig, John
             1--Ferdinand, Pierre St. H.               1--Roman, William
             1--Ferguson, Erik                         1--Rutherford, Earl Jr.
             1--Fetterhoff, Kevin                      1--Shoemaker, Donavon
             1--Gerber, Daniel                         1--Simpkins, Robert J.
             1--Geyer, Donald H.                       1--Smith, Brenda
             1--Glasgow, Pearl                         1--Smith, Stephen
             1--Goos, Norman R.                        1--St. Louis, Rochemond
             1--Graham, Anthony                        0--Stanford, William
             1--Gray, Stephen                          1--Sylvester, Richard
             1--Green, David                           1--Teague, Kenroy
             1--Hall, P. Daniel                        1--Terwilliger, James L.
             1--Hartzell, Timothy K.                   1--Theodore, Bernard
             1--Heckman, Douglas E., Sr.               1--Watson, Basil
             1--Heiler, Ronald                         1--Weldon, Scott
             1--Hevalow, John                          0--Whatton, Antonette
             0--Jeune, Francois Eugene                 1--Wilcox, David
             1--Labbe, Patricio                        1--Williams, John A.
             1--Lamos, Darrell J.                      1--Wolfgang, Randy L.
             1--Leamon, Michael                        1--Zeravsky, David
             1--Leininger, Tedd                        1--Zottarelli, Rod
             1--Leininger, Justin

         b. On loan to other districts
         c. Local church Christian educators


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     3.   Evangelistic Service
            a. Associate general evangelists
           b. General evangelists
           c. Reserve evangelists
     4.    Denominational Service
           a. General officials
              0--Pence, Jerry
              1--Wilson, Earle
           b. General church service
           c. Missionaries
              0--Burke, Brian
              0--Craker, Dennis
              1--Norris, Keith
           d. Educators
              0--Englehardt, Richard
              0--Yoder, Ralph
              0--Lee, Allen A.
     5.    Military or Institutional Chaplains
           1--Caudle, John
           0--Ritter, Robert
           0--Silliman, Ed
     6.    Interchurch Service
           0--Kiggins, Martin
           0--Valdez, Raymond
     7.   Special Service
          0--Baugess, Daniel                       0--Kotzen, Geoffrey L.
          0--Diven, Douglas R.                     0--Smith, David

B.   RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS
     0--Addington, Robert                          0--Hilbert, Paul D., Sr.
     0--Bauer, Paul                                0--Holland, Charles E.
     0--Bennett, Miles E.                          0--Johnston, William
     0--Blimline, Curtis                           0--Kehler, Albert E.
     0--Bortner, Elaine M.                         0--Kocher, Clair
     0--Carden, Edward J.                          0--Leitzel, Leonard W.
     0--Cooper, Charles L.                         0--Lindenberger, Robert I.
     0--Culp, Raymond F.                           1--Mowrey, Larry
     1--Davis, Russell E.                          1--Moyer, Donald
     0--deFreitas, Dorothy                         1--Murphy, Ronald L.
     0--Dieter, Melvin E.                          0--Pennycoff, Leroy E.
     0--Emery, LaVerne                             0--Pritchett, Paul R.
     0--Ferdinand, Michel                          0--Pudliner, Ray
     0--Finch, Robert F.                           0--Taylor, Grace A.
     0--Fisher, John T.                            1--Wagner, Raymond
     0--Gilmore, Cecil                             0--Walker, Elda
     0--Gilmore, Virginia                          0--Walker, Marion
     1--Haffling, Charles H.                       1--Washburn, Betty Lou
     0--Hain, R. Marlin                            1--Yeager, Arthur E.
     0--Heckman, Earl                              0--Zehner, Ruth

C. RESERVE ORDAINED MINISTERS
    0--Murray, Tyronza                             1--Paradis, Marilyn
    1--Newlin, Raymond                             0--Slater, David




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II. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
    A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS
    B. OTHER APPOINTMENTS
    C. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT
       1. Not available for appointment
       2. Non-ministerial general church or educational service
    D. IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
       1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
       2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
    E. IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER
    F. RETIRED COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
       0--Allen, David S., Sr.

III. LICENSED MINISTERS
     A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS
       1--Atherly, Anderson             1--Leininger, Terry
       1--Barthelemy, Roland            0--Martinez, Steven
       1--Bruckler, Joseph              1--Richards, Carolynne
       1--Craft, Troy                   1--Richards, Luke
       1--Delph, Sherlock               0--Sell, Melody
       1--Gilbertsen, Tim               1--Soone, Mark
       0--Inglin, John                  1--Staley, James
       1--Jean-Baptiste, Josue          1--Telfort, Franz
       1--Jones, Robert                 1--Trotter, Alan, Jr.
       1--Kendall, Scott                0--Tolentino, Haydee
       0--Koroma, Mohamed Joe           1--Werkheiser, Donald
       1--Krzos, Mark                   1--Younger, Richard

IV. LAY DELEGATES
    A. District Board of Administration Lay Members-at-Large
       1--Dr. David Babb              1--Dr. Lennox Pigott
       1--Mr. Fletcher Carroll        1--Mr. Robert Strum
       1--Dr. Michael Everett

   B. Local Church Lay Delegates
    Church                                  Lay Delegate(s)
   Allentown Evangelical                    1--Clarence Rehrig
   Allentown Hope                           None apportioned
   Allentown Iglesia                        1--Jose Casado
                                            1--Marcela Labbe
   Allentown Trinity                        1--Mildred Carroll
                                            1--Betty Houck
                                            1--Walter Houck
                                            1--Sharon Newpher
                                            1--Nancy Zottarelli
   Aston Chichester United                  1--Barbara Coale
                                            1--Clara Rash
                                            1--David Taylor
   Augustaville                             1--Lorraine Clendaniel
                                            1--Ruth Zellers
   Bethlehem Calvary                        1--Jim Brown
                                            1--Ralph Cowell



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Bethlehem (cont.)                1--Della Kern
                                 1--Clyde F. Mumma
                                 1--Mary Anne Mumma
                                 1--Rich Shankweiler
                                 1--Barry Wanamaker
Blackwood Community              1--Edward Kenyon
Bridgeton Familia                None apportioned
Bridgeton First                  1--Jane Mikesell
                                 1--Eldean Polhamus
                                 1--Richard Polhamus
Bronx Faith                      1--Verna Foster
Bronx South                      None Reported
Brooklyn, New Hope               1--Ena Amsterdam
                                 1--Donimic Robinson
                                 1--James Samuel
                                 1--Grantley Trotman
                                 1--Margaret Yeates
Brooklyn First                   1--Anderson Atherly
                                 1--Vadis Sydney
Brooklyn Pilgrim                 1--Herard Augustin
                                 1--Yolene Belizaire
                                 1--Gardy Brazela
                                 1--Yonel Jacques
                                 1--Carline Sainvil
Canarsie                         None apportioned
Carlisle Wesleyan                1--Floyd Eckenroad
                                 1--Sharon Galbraith
                                 1--Ronald Glunt
Carney’s Point                   1--Helen Conover
                                 1--Charles Brank
Cherryville Bethany              1--Colette Bailey
                                 1--Stephen Bailey
                                 1--Jackie Everett
                                 1--Ken Everett
                                 1--Don Roth, Jr.
                                 1--Marcy Roth
                                 1--Joan Sell
                                 1--Paul Sell, Jr.
                                 1--Doug Swink
                                 1--Kathy Theilacker
Clinton Faith Chapel             1--Carol Winfield
Coney Island Philadelphia        None reported
Darby                            1--John Mansaray
                                 1--Alfred Samua
Delaware Run                     1--Maxine Robbins
                                 1--Marilyn Schooleys
                                 1--Maxine Robbins
Egg Harbor Centro
Egg Harbor Christ’s
Elizabeth                        None apportioned
Florence/Wesley Grove Circuit    1--Vic Loria
                                 1--John Wambach
Forksville Lincoln Falls         1--Joyce Gable
Forksville/Millview              1--Eric Landers

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Frackville New Hope                               1--Dan Clews
Glassboro Olivet                                  1--Etta Newlin
Glassboro Olivos                                  None apportioned
Hanover Wesleyan                                  1--Mark Blasser
                                                  1--Donald Bortner
                                                  1--Lee Mummert
Harrisburg Bethel                                 1--Sally Andre´
Huntington                                        1--Bose Francois
Jersey City First                                 1--Andrea Guthman
                                                  1--Shirley Smith
                                                  1--Frank Osei-Bonsu
Jersey City First Filipino                        None apportioned
Lancaster Crossroads                              1--Ellen Dooley
Lebanon                                           1--Dean Kocher
Levittown                                         1--Debra Gray
Lititz                                            1--John Banker
Millersburg Calvary                               1--Leon Etzweiler
Millville                                         1--Jesse Jones
Milton                                            1--Wendy Brosious
                                                  1--Sharon Davis
                                                  1--Teresa Fox
                                                  1--Shirley Homan
                                                  1--Christine Miller
                                                  1--Fistle Morton
                                                  1--Loretta Paulhamus
                                                  1--Keith Tyler
                                                  1--Dawn Wilcox
Muncy                                             1--Donald Price
                                                  1--Patsy Price
Newark Newborn                                    None reported
Northampton                                       1--Michelle Reigard
Nyack Pilgrim                                     1--Lesly Sanon
Orefield Faith                                    1--Donna Fillman
Philadelphia Pilgrim                              1--Gesner Joseph
                                                  1--Jean Mary Joseph
Pine Grove                                        1--Carolyn Lymaster
                                                  1--Dave Lymaster
Pine Grove Pleasant Valley Evangelical            None reported
Plainfield Iglesia                                None apportioned
Pleasantville
Pocono Lake                                       1--Al Mancini
Point Phillip Zion                                1--Mandy Beil
                                                  1--Kanda Lesperance
Pottstown Wesleyan Christian                      1--David Hoffman
Queens, Jamaica                                   1--Denise Amsterdam
                                                  1--Janet Figeroux
                                                  1--Ormond Morris
                                                  1--Gloria Van de Cruze
                                                  1--Leroy Radway
Queens, Wesleyan Jerusalem                        1--Lenon Beinaime
                                                  1--Jean Fleurant
                                                  1--Charles Vieux
Rebuck                                            1--Jim Poploskie
Salem                                             1--Robert Borden

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Seyfert                                       1--Ronald Maurer
                                              1--George Sterner
Stockton                                      None apportioned
Stonington                                    1--Ruth Jones
Stroudsburg                                   1--Heather DeVenezia
                                              1--Patrick Eby
                                              1--Karie Gilbertsen
Sunbury Trinity                               1--Sharon Fogle
                                              1--Robyn Heiler
                                              1--Carole Rowe
Sussex                                        None apportioned
Vineland First                                1--James Farrow
West Conshohocken Evangelical                 1--Ruth Ann Hevalow
White Plains Iglesia Cristiana                1--Maria Arenaza
                                              1--Maura Ramirez
Williamsport Faith                            1--Robin Kriner
                                              1--Karen Lehman
Willow Grove First                            1--John D’Anjou
                                              1--Ruth D’Anjou
Yardville, Jesus Christ is the Lord Church    None Apportioned




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                  MINUTES OF THE 39TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
                         THE PENN-JERSEY DISTRICT
                         OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH
                               June 6-7, 2007

The thirty-ninth Annual Conference of the Penn Jersey District of The Wesleyan Church convened
June 6, 2007 at 4:45 PM at Country Cupboard Inn for the Celebration Banquet.

DINNER 4:45 p.m.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
Harry F. Wood Ministerial Endowment Scholarship Fund awards were presented to the following
pastors: Shannon D’Agostino, Michael Dennis, Justin Leininger, Terry Leininger, Daniel Mack,
Richard Sylvester

EAGLE AWARDS
Dr. Harry F. Wood presented the following pastors (or their representatives) the 2007 Eagle Award:
    Churches with a 10% or more growth over the previous year’s average worship attendance:
Greg Clendaniel, Augustaville Wesleyan; Jairo Chalarca, Bridgeton Familia; Robert Brayerton,
Carney’s Point; Michael McClung, Chichester United Wesleyan; Mohamed Joe Koroma, Darby Faith
Wesleyan; Phil Loria, Florence First Wesleyan; Scott Budde, Harrisburg Bethel Wesleyan;
Rochemond St. Louis, Huntington Wesleyan; David Zeravsky, Orefield Faith; Remolien Cassisse,
Philadelphia Pilgrim; Haydee Tolentino, Plainfield Iglesia; Kenneth Pilkinton, Salem Wesleyan; Ron
Heiler, Sunbury Trinity.
    Church with 10% or more growth over the previous year and new record average worship
attendance; Kenneth Reigard, Northampton
    Church with Record Attendance: Dan Hall, Allentown Hope

IN RECOGNITION AWARDS
    Churches that reported growth: Pierre Ferdinand, Brooklyn Pilgrim; Daniel Mikesell, Carlisle;
Kevin Fetterhoff, Cherryville Bethany; Michael Reece, Delaware Run; Roger Ortiz, Egg Harbor
Centro Cristiana; Jerry Beers, Hanover; Steven Ayling, Lebanon; Steve Gray, Levittown; Arlie Davis,
Milton; Stephen Smith, Muncy; Hector Charles, Nyack Pilgrim; Timothy Moore, Pine Grove; Richard
Younger, Pleasantville; Daniel Gerber, Pottstown; Larry Baney, Rebuck; John Hevalow, West
Conshohocken.

SPECIAL ORDER—Service Awards
Service Awards were presented for 40 years of service as ordained ministers: Rev. David Errickson,
Rev. Kenneth H. Pilkinton
Service Award was presented for 25 years of service as an ordained minister to Rev. Douglas E.
Heckman, Sr.
Service Awards were presented for 10 years of service as ordained ministers: Rev. Michael
McClung, Rev. Michael Anderson, Rev. Earl Rutherford, Jr., Rev. Lenny Luchetti
Unsung Hero Award – Mr. Robert Strum
Special Award for outstanding service to The Wesleyan Church and the Penn-Jersey District: Dr.
Earle L. Wilson

BARNABAS AWARDS
     Bridgeton First Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Dwight Mikesell
     Carlisle Wesleyan Church of the Cross ~ Rev. Daniel R. Mikesell
     Egg Harbor Christ’s Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Norman Goos

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       BARNABAS AWARDS CONT.
       Florence First Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Phil Loria
       Glassboro Olivet Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. John Drury
       Harrisburg Bethel Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Scott Budde
       Huntington Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Rochemond St. Louis
       Jersey City Filipino – Rev. Fedrico Palilio
       Wesleyan Christian Church, Pottstown ~ Rev. Daniel Gerber
       Seyfert Wesleyan Church ~ Rev. Randy Wolfgang
       Wesley Grove Chapel ~ Rev. Phil Loria

WORSHIP AND PRAISE RALLY
The Conference gathered for worship at 7:00 p.m.

June 7, 2007

BREAKFAST - 7 a.m.

PRAYER

FIRST SITTING - 9:00 a.m.
The General Superintendent, Dr. Earle Wilson, called the Conference to order at 9:00 a.m.

ROLL CALL
By motion duly made and passed, the Conference established the voting registration as the Roll Call
ballot at the beginning of the Thursday session. There were 243 delegates registered.

CONFERENCE BAR
The platform and seating at all tables was established as the conference bar by motion duly made
and passed.

CONFERENCE MINUTES
The District Board of Administration was authorized to approve the 2007 conference minutes by
motion duly made and passed.

CONFERENCE AGENDA
The agenda, as presented in the conference notebook, was duly adopted as the guide to business.

DISTRICT BOARD OF MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT’S STATE OF THE CHURCH ADDRESS
Dr. Earle Wilson delivered the General Superintendent’s State of the Church Address.

REPORTS
District Board of Ministerial Development - The Reverend Michael Leamon presented the report of
the District Board of Ministerial Development in three parts. The Conference approved “Section 1,
“Ordination Recommendations” by duly electing the following candidates to ordination: Shannon E.
D’Agostino, Jules Faustin, Timothy D. Gilbertsen, Robert A. Jones, Mohamed Joe Koroma, Terry K.
Leininger, Melody L. Sell, James R. Staley, Cherie E. Swink, Richard A. Younger. Section II,
“Ordained Ministers In Process of Transfer,” was approved and duly granted with Italo Bonneto
recognized as an Ordained Minister. Section III, “New License Recommendations” and Section IV,
“Renewal of License Recommendations” were approved. Section V, “Annual Service Reports” was
received by the conference.


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COURTESY COMMITTEE
The Courtesy Committee introduced to the Conference the following: Mr. Robert Strum, Mrs. Carole
Hamm (Bethany Bible College), Dr. Shirley Mullen, Mr. Wayne McBeth, Dr. Jack Connelll (Houghton
College) Mr. Steve Korr (Lighthouse Solutions), Dr. Craig Dunn (WIF), Rev. Keith Norris (World
Hope), Mr. Wayne Derr (Stewardship Ministries), Scott Conn (Revival Ministry)

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT REPORT
Dr. Harry F. Wood presented his District Superintendent’s report at the call of the Chairman. The
report was received with appreciation by a standing ovation.

BREAK – 10:30 a.m.

SECOND SITTING

Assistant District Superintendent
The Reverend Dwight Mikesell presented the Assistant District Superintendent’s report at the call of
the Conference Chairman. The report was received with appreciation.

Director of Servant Ministries Report
Dr. David Babb presented the Director of Servant Ministries report at the call of the Conference
Chairman. The report was received with appreciation.

Auditor’s Report
District Secretary Dwight Addington presented the audit report prepared by Hamilton & Musser, P.C.
The Conference received this report.

District Treasurer’s Report
District Treasurer Robert Simpkins reviewed the 2006-2007 District Treasurer’s Report at the call of
the Conference Chairman. The Conference received the report with appreciation. The Projected
2007-2008 District Budget was presented for information.

RECESS
Dr. Earle Wilson recessed the second sitting at 12:00 for lunch.


THIRD SITTING

General Superintendent Wilson convened the third sitting at 1:00 p.m.

BALLOT ONE—District Secretary
“Ballot One – District Secretary” was cast and polls closed.

ELECTION RESULTS – Ballot One
Dr. Earle Wilson declared Dwight Addington elected as District Secretary.

BALLOT TWO – District Board of Administration
“Ballot Two – District Board of Administration – ministerial” was cast and polls closed.

BALLOT THREE – District Board of Administration
“Ballot Three – District Board of Administration – laity” was cast and polls closed.




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Resolution #1 – Memorial To General Conference
Discipline 842:3
Church Treasurer Duties

Whereas, it is important to maintain fiscal responsibility within a local church; and
Whereas, it is possible to do so without encumbering the local church with undue reporting
processes; and
Whereas, the present exhortation in Discipline 842:3 to provide the members of the local church
monthly financial reports which are presented to the Local Board of Administration; and
Whereas, this exhortation has been interpreted by some members to be a binding requirement; and
Whereas, the intent appears to be full access and accountability for all fiscal matters related to the
local church; and
Whereas, the accountability intent is satisfied with monthly reporting to the Local Board of
Administration and annual reporting to the Local Church Conference, and accessibility by members
to reports can be done in a less encumbering manner;
Therefore be it resolved that the section of Discipline 842:3 that presently reads the monthly reports
“which should be duplicated and distributed to the members of the church” shall be changed to read
“which shall be available upon request to any member of the local church.”

The conference approved Resolution #1 by voice vote.

Resolution #2

Whereas, The Reverend Dr. Earle Wilson has provided exceptional service and leadership to The
Wesleyan Church as pastor, evangelist, educator, college president and the longest tenured
General Superintendent in history of The Wesleyan Church; and
Whereas, he has modeled a high commitment to education in the developmental process of Spirit-
filled leadership for Christ and His church; and
Whereas, he has served as an ordained minister under appointment of the Penn-Jersey District
since 1961; therefore
Be it resolved that the Ministerial Education Endowment Fund of the Penn-Jersey District shall
henceforth be known as The Earle L. Wilson Ministerial Education Endowment Fund as an ongoing
honoring of him and his outstanding service to The Wesleyan Church by the Penn-Jersey District;
further
Be it resolved that the Standing Rule VI, Ways and Means, shall include a 7:D which shall read:
“The Dr. Earle L. Wilson Ministerial Education Endowment Fund shall be maintained as an interest
bearing account separate from other district funds, from which only the interest may be dispersed
annually by the District Board of Administration, according to guidelines it may from time to time
adopt. The primary purpose of this scholarship fund is to aid in the payment of educational
expenses for those preparing for full-time Christian ministry from the Penn-Jersey District.”

The conference approved Resolution #2 by voice vote.

Resolution #3 – Memorial To General Conference
Discipline 410:12
Use of Leisure Time

Whereas, our Wesleyan core values place a priority on the biblical call to Christ-likeness in all of life,
including leisure; and
Whereas, Christ-like living should define choices made by our members and the manner in which
denominational authorities, such as The Discipline, directs them; and
 Whereas, the teaching ministry of Jesus Christ and the inspiring ministry of the Holy Spirit reflected
on the pages of the New Testament, called and guided disciples into holy living without forbidding
particular cultural institutions across the board and without condition; and

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Whereas, the Spirit of Christ repeatedly calls the New Testament Church to the positive witness of
unimpeachable and attractive holiness to its society rather than witnessing against the evils of the
day,
Therefore, we would be wise to recast our direction to members about use of leisure so that it
reflects the tone and tenor, and the principles and practices of Christ’s counsel to the earliest
Church; and
Therefore, we propose the following substitution for the current article 410:12;

The Wesleyan Church believes that its members should enjoy God’s gift of leisure in such a fashion
that promotes God’s creation plan for a healthy and holy body, mind, and spirit, for ourselves, for
those with whom we are in relationship, and for the world around us. Because Christ came to
restore and model God’s creation plan; His spirit, character, values, and priorities should both limit
and define how our members enjoy this gift. This Christ-focused approach should rule leisure
choices in our homes and in public places; when alone, with fellow believers, and with strangers.

The conference voted to refer this resolution the District Board of Administration.

BALLOT FOUR – District Nominating Committee ballot was cast and polls closed.

BALLOT FIVE – General Conference Delegates
“General Conference Delegates – ministerial and laity was cast and polls closed.

ELECTION RESULTS – Ballot Two
Dr. Earle Wilson declared the election of the following ministers to serve on the District Board of
Administration: Arlie Davis, Anthony Graham, Kevin Fetterhoff, Patricio Labbe, Tim Moore and
Donavon Shoemaker.

REPORTS
Sunday School
The Conference received with appreciation the Sunday School Director’s report from Reverend
Brenda Smith.

Statistician
Mr. Robert Strum presented the District Statistician’s report. The Conference received the report
with appreciation.

Evangelism and Church Growth
The Conference received with appreciation the report of the Director of Evangelism and Church
Growth, Reverend Dwight Addington.

Director of Hispanic Ministries
The Conference received with appreciation the report of the Director of Hispanic Ministries,
Reverend Patricio Labbe.

District Children’s Ministries
The Conference received with appreciation the Children’s Ministries Director report from Pastor
Cherie Swink.

World Missions
The Conference received with appreciation the World Missions Director’s report from Reverend Rod
Zottarelli.




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Wesleyan Women
The Conference received with appreciation the report of the Wesleyan Women Director, Mrs. Ginger
Johnson.

Wesleyan Youth
The Conference received with appreciation the report of the District Youth President, Reverend
Justin Leininger.


BREAK

ELECTION RESULTS Ballot Three
Dr. Earle Wilson declared the following laypersons elected to the DBA: David Babb, Robert Strum,
Lennox Pigott, Michael Everett and Mary Cerullo.

COLLEGE PRESENTATION

ELECTION RESULTS - Ballot Four
Dr. Earle Wilson declared the following elected as ministerial members of the Nominating
Committee: Randy Wolfgang, Basil Watson, Donavon Shoemaker, Ron Heiler and Mike Leamon.

Dr. Earle Wilson declared the following laity elected as members of the Nominating Committee:
Loretta Paulhamus, Ginger Johnson, Carla Addington, Doug Heckman Jr. and Naomi Williams.

ELECTION RESULTS: Ballot Five
Dr. Earle Wilson declared the following ministers elected as General Conference Delegates: Arlie
Davis, Dwight Addington, Anthony Graham, Dwight Mikesell, Kevin Fetterhoff, Robert Simpkins, and
Donavon Shoemaker.

Dr. Earle Wilson declared the following laity elected as General Conference Delegates: Lennox
Pigott, Mary Cerullo, Debbie Lamos, Michael Everett, Shirley Smith, Ginger Johnson, Loretta
Paulhamus and James Ziegenfuss.

EXCELLENCE IN MINISTRY AWARDS
Dr. Earle Wilson and Dwight Mikesell presented the Excellence in Ministry Awards to the following
Penn-Jersey churches:
Augustaville Wesleyan Church, South Bronx Wesleyan Church, Pilgrim Wesleyan Church
(Brooklyn), Wesleyan Church of the Cross (Carlisle), Carney’s Point Wesleyan Church, Bethany
Wesleyan Church (Cherryville), First Wesleyan Church (Florence), Christ Wesleyan Church (Milton),
Pleasant View Wesleyan (Muncy), Gospel Chapel (Northampton), Pine Grove Wesleyan Church,
Trinity Wesleyan Church (Sunbury), Delaware Run Wesleyan Church, Wesley Grove Chapel
(Yardville), First Wesleyan Church (Willow Grove).

SPECIAL ORDER—Memoirs Report
Miss Shirley Smith led the Conference in paying tribute to members and friends of the Penn-Jersey
District who died in the service of the Lord during this past year.

PASTORAL APPOINTMENTS & MINISTERIAL RELATIONS
Dr. Harry F. Wood presented the Pastoral Appointments and Pastoral Relations reports. The
Conference duly received and adopted these reports.

WORDS OF APPRECIATION
Dr. Harry F. Wood expressed appreciation to numerous individuals who assisted with Conference
preparations and ministries.
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RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION
Dr. Wood recognized Rev. Dwight Addington for the following motion,
    WHEREAS God has greatly blessed the Penn-Jersey District through the life, ministry and
    influence of Dr. Earle L. Wilson and his wife Sylvia; and
    WHEREAS this District Conference is likely the last public occasion where we shall benefit from
    his chairing over us, as well as the masterly preaching of God’s Word to our Conference; and
     WHEREAS Dr. & Mrs. Wilson intend to conclude their historic service as General
    Superintendent of The Wesleyan Church at the rise of the General Conference in June 2008;
    Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED that the delegates and friends of the 39th Annual Penn-Jersey
    District Conference rise and express their heartfelt love, deep admiration, and sincere
    appreciation to Dr. and Mrs. Earle L. Wilson.
    The motion was unanimously approved by the delegates with applause.

MOTION TO ADJOURN
A motion was made with support to adjourn the Conference. The motion was passed.

Dr. Earl Wilson declared the Conference adjourned at 3:00 p.m.


Respectfully Submitted,

Dwight L. Addington
Recording Secretary


                                 STATEMENT OF CERTIFICATION

We, the undersigned officers, duly elected by the Penn-Jersey District Conference of the Wesleyan
Church, do hereby certify that in our opinion the printed copy of the minutes of the proceedings of
said District Conference held at Christ Wesleyan Church in Milton, PA, June 6-7, 2007 to which this
statement is bound, is a true and correct copy of the minutes of the said session.

This is valid only when signed by the District Superintendent and District Secretary. Dated this 7th
day of June, 2007.

                s/      Dr. Harry F. Wood                         s/         Rev. Dwight L. Addington
                        Superintendent of the                                Secretary of the
                        Penn-Jersey District                                 Penn-Jersey District




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                                 DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
                                          DR. HARRY F. WOOD

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It is my privilege to report to you today on behalf of our partnership in the gospel of Jesus Christ. I thank
God for our esteemed General Superintendent, Dr. Earle L. Wilson, ministerial and lay delegates, as well
as guests and church officials.

I am reminded of the words of the apostle Paul, “…I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have
received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every
effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit – just as
you were called to one hope when you were called – one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and
Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.” (Ephesians 4:1-6)

Oneness in faith, character, relationships and mission – that is our goal.

Together in the past we clarified our mission as being: to glorify God, by making more and better
disciples for Jesus Christ in the diverse communities of eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the
greater New York Metropolitan area…
        by strengthening and multiplying healthy churches;
        by equipping, encouraging and empowering Spirit-filled ministers and lay leaders who are fully
        devoted to holy living and effective evangelism; and
        by promoting and facilitating the vision, compassion ministries, discipleship programs and
        worldwide outreach of The Wesleyan Church.
We have not exhausted our mission, nor by God’s strength has our mission exhausted us.

In order to fulfill our mission we embraced the following core values:
       Christlikeness – in faith and living
       Biblical authority – in preaching and teaching
       Local church growth – in evangelism and discipleship
       Team ministry – in affirmation and collaboration
       Servant leadership – in modeling and exercising
       Generosity – in stewardship of gifts, talents and resources
       Global mission – in scope of vision and involvement

As your district superintendent, this past year has been similar to “shooting the rapids;” white water
rafting. There has been the constant need to respond to the swift and changing currents of reality without
losing sight of ultimate Biblical values and goals. It has been a combination of exhilaration and
exhaustion. As in any great enterprise, I’m sure both success and failure will be unearthed through
reflective analysis. However, as always, our faithful Guide has proven to be more than sufficient for the
tasks at hand. I thank God for the exceptional leadership team that has shared the raft with me – we
have a ministry team that encourages and enables success.

The amazing discovery once you can look back and reflect is “what a ride it has been.” You begin to
realize the unsettledness of yesterday was the stuff God uses to add muscle to our ministry and
negotiate the inevitable whitewaters of change.


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Since we met last year at district conference 14% of our congregations have experienced pastoral
changes, surprisingly most unexpectedly. Yet, God continues to provide us new, high-capacity pastoral
leaders. We have an amazing team of both ministerial and lay leaders for which I thank God.


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Those churches experiencing changes with pastoral leaders are (former pastors are listed in
parentheses):
   • Blackwood – (Nathan Hedge) Pastor Joe and Carole Bruckler; this congregation has been placed
      under the coaching guidance of Pastor Norman Goos
   • Clinton – (Bruce DeBacco) Dr. Dan Baugess served as Interim Pastor from January to June; Pastor
      Ed and Doreen Torres will begin their pastoral service on June 17
   • Harrisburg – (David Allen) Pastor Scott and Donna Budde
   • Lehighton – (Kieran Kehlor) church closed
   • Levittown – (Dan Jones) Pastor Stephen and Deb Gray
   • Lititz – (Jonathan Mikesell) TBD
   • Newark – (Francois Ambroise) Pastor Frantz and Micheline Telfort
   • Pine Grove, Pleasant Valley – (Ronnie Kocher) Rev. Dean Kramer has been serving as interim
      pastor; Pastor Martin and Misty Furrow will assume pastoral leadership mid-June while attending
      Evangelical School of Theology
   • Pocono Lake – (Ed Silliman) Co-Pastors Luke and Carey Richards
   • Queens–Jerusalem – (Pastor Joseph Fleurant died suddenly) Pastor Jules and Marie-Roseline
      Faustin
   • Willow Grove – (Michael Saunders) Pastor Richard and Flossie Sylvester

Along with these senior pastoral changes we have also experienced the comings and goings of a number
of valued ministerial staff persons.

While we regret seeing the shuffling of familiar ministry leaders, each one of these pastoral changes also
represents many hours of Local Board of Administration meetings, pursuit of potential candidates and
extensive interviews. I want to commend our lay leaders who faithfully give themselves to this important
task of pastoral selection. I am so proud of the efforts of our local churches in pursuing excellent pastoral
leadership. Special thanks to Pastor Pierre Ferdinand who, as always, proved to be helpful to me as he
assisted with several pastoral transitions.

We experienced the death of four persons who served within our ministerial family ranks - Pastor Joseph
Fleurant, who was the founding and present pastor of the Queens-Jerusalem Church; Retired Ordained
Ministers Maurice Beeman and Ruth Shaltenbrand, along with Anna Watts, a former pastor’s wife.

A record setting 10 people will be recommended to you for ordination. This represents endless hours and
many years of preparation. We are grateful for the faithful members of the District Board of Ministerial
Standing who processed all these persons.

Two of our pastors have been honored with special recognitions during this conference year. Pastor
Pierre Ferdinand was recognized for 34 years of pastoral service with community, governmental and
local church recognitions extended in a gala event planned by his congregation. Pastor Lenny Luchetti
has been chosen by Asbury Theological Seminary for the Beeson Pastor Doctoral program this coming
year.


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This year we launched two new congregations. The Iglesia Jesus Es El Senor (Jesus Christ is Our Lord)
congregation in Yardville, NJ was received into the Penn-Jersey District on October 8, 2006. William
Alvarado is the pastor – this congregation is being mothered by our Florence/Wesley Grove
Congregations. On June 3, 2007 the first service of our newest church plant in Canarsie, NY was
conducted. Holly Chowtie is the pastor – this congregation is being cooperatively mothered by our New
Hope Family Worship Center and Queens-Jamaica Congregations. The Lehighton Wesleyan Church
congregation voted to discontinue its ministry in November.

The growth of the Spanish speaking constituency of our district is a direct result of God graciously
responding to our prayers. We have grown from one Spanish speaking congregation in 2000 to eight. A
number of our congregations are sharing worship facilities to make this possible. I’m told we have more
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Spanish speaking people enrolled in FLAMA courses than any other district in the denomination. Pastor
Patricio Labbe is providing exceptional leadership for us as our Director of Hispanic Ministries.

New congregations are a direct result of your investment in the District Evangelism and Church Growth
Fund. Over the last seven years together we have planted 17 new congregations within our district, ten
additional congregations in the Philippines, and a number in Hispanic countries. You are helping to
create a lasting legacy where men and women, boys and girls are discovering Jesus. Unfortunately, not
all of our church plants survive, but we will not be deterred in our efforts to create fields of harvesting by
planting new congregations.

We celebrate with several of our congregations who have enhanced their facilities in order to expand
ministry to their communities.
   • Bethlehem Calvary – is in the process of constructing a much needed major addition and
        renovating most of their sanctuary/educational space
   • Bronx-Faith – after years of travail in inadequate and crowded facilities, they have partnered with
        WIF to purchase a new ministry facility
   • Cherryville – purchased a strategic additional 7.36 acres of land and are presently developing plans
        for major facility construction in order to accommodate and accelerate growth
   • Chichester – completed and dedicated a marvelous renovation of their sanctuary
   • Darby – completed and dedicated the renovation of their church facility
   • Levittown – renovated their sanctuary
   • Pine Grove – renovated their sanctuary

Facilities are not all that is changing. Four of our congregations are taking major steps of faith and vision
by enlarging their staff to facilitate greater ministry growth and impact – Chichester, Pine Grove,
Stroudsburg and Willow Grove.

This year several churches benefited from the Church Health Profile offered by The Wesleyan Church
and the district. Pastor Darrell Lamos has been engaged to coach local church leaders through this
process. We urge you to take advantage of this resource and if you haven’t, you are missing a key
ministry improvement opportunity.

I want to commend our congregations for the excellent support of our USF/EIF Fund. We received 96%
payment from our local churches. This may very well be the highest participation level ever. These funds
are the financial lifeline to facilitate the ministries of both the district and denomination to our local
churches and leaders, as well as to help underwrite our world class educational institutions. Most of the
funds designated for our educational institutions are returned as scholarships to our Wesleyan students.
Investing in USF/EIF is both our partnership in ministry and creating a legacy of investment in the next
generation of Christian leaders.

Three of our congregations displayed enormous hearts through compassion ministries. Bridgeton
Wesleyans exceeded a goal of 130 volunteers and gave $140,000 for ministry with no direct connections
to the benefit of their local church. Christ Wesleyan Church in Milton actually constructed and donated a
house for a person in their congregation with a special need. Salem Wesleyan Church has a food
distribution ministry that serves about 1,500 people per week. Also, on a week to week basis many of our
congregations are participating in simply amazing expressions of love to the needy in their communities.


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God continues to bless us with so many gifted and devoted leaders. The result is the many and varied
ministries the district has offered to supplement your local church efforts. We seek to be an active and
serving district. We continue to see God’s blessing in such events as:
    • Children and Youth Camps
    • Spanish Speaking Churches Camp Retreat
    • Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meetings
    • Pastor’s Mentoring Groups
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   • Pastor’s Prayer and Fast Retreats
   • New Pastor’s Orientation Session
   • Teaching Training/Ministry Training Events (The Huddle)
   • Wesleyan Women Retreats and Events
   • Pastor’s Seminars – Strategic Planning, Large Church Pastor’s Roundtable with Dr. Wayne Schmidt
   • The Gathering – provided by Board of General Superintendents
   • Pastors’ and Spouses’ Retreat
   • Christian Life and Ministry Convention
   • Wesleyan Youth Events
   • District Ministry Team services

There are so many people who volunteer their time and talent to touch the lives of others through our
varied ministries. We are grateful for each one and their service to Christ and the Church. How could we
ever say “thank you” enough? We also thank God for the privilege of partnering with our denomination
and educational institutions in creating ministries with an immediate impact and lasting legacy. We are
thankful for every one of our educational institutions and those who serve the interests of Christ through
their unique calling.


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In 2001 we unwrapped these goals together. We praise God and you for the advancements we are
experiencing in our quest to fully achieve our goals by 2010. Those goals are:
    • Plant 25 new congregations – actual 17 (Plus 10 in the Philippines, several in Venezuela and
        Puerto Rico)
    • Maintain 25 congregations averaging at least 175 in AM Worship – actual 10
    • 1,500 people participating in mission teams – actual 1,543
    • 7,000 identifiable (by name) conversions – actual 10,699
    • 11,000 average AM Worship Attendance – actual 8,247
    • Fully establish Venezuela Mission Field – fully organized February 10, 2002

I want to thank the incredible people I have the privilege of sharing the ministry journey with. Alice, my
wife is still the A+ of my life…always has been, always will be. I love you all but not one even comes
close to my love for her and I want you and her to know it. Pam Fetterhoff is the ultimate when it comes
to an Administrative Assistant. She is so gifted and dedicated and her great family shares her with us.
Dwight Mikesell, David Babb, Bob Simpkins, Dwight Addington, Patricio Labbe and Rod Zottarelli have
been a great team modeling servant leadership at its best. Our DBA is tops – knowledgeable, helpful,
and willing to follow or lead when necessary. Our pastors and families, auxiliary leaders and many
ministry volunteers are valued beyond words.

The big question, where do we go from here?
   • Stay the course with our Mission 20/10 goals
   • Refine our administrative structures to fully integrate our recent years of growth and maximize
       our leadership impact
   • Intensify our mission effectiveness by facilitating greater local church ministry – congregational
       health and growth, facilities enhancement, ministry relevance, local leadership development
   • Increase the spiritual underpinnings to enhance the relationship between us and God out of
       which flows our ministry influence.

Well, we have been “shooting the rapids,” so let’s continue to do it together, get a paddle and plunge it in
the water. No one is a tourist on this ministry raft.

Respectfully submitted,
Harry F. Wood



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                        ASSISTANT DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
                                        REV. DWIGHT MIKESELL

Once again it is my privilege to report to you as the Assistant District Superintendent of the Penn-
Jersey District. To be selected each year by Pastor Wood to assist him in his service to you
continues to be a source of blessing in my life.

As part of my responsibilities as Assistant District Superintendent, I serve as a member of the
District Board of Administration, the Executive Committee and a member of the District Leadership
Team. I also travel with Pastor Wood to assist in his ministry to local churches, and other tasks that
he assigns. My core responsibility on the District Leadership Team is to supervise the ministerial
credentialing process as chair of the District Board of Ministerial Development. Each year this
responsibility grows, and we endeavor to improve the communication and operation of the process.

This year we conducted 9 ordination interviews, which may be a record for our district. Along with
meeting the academic requirements, ordination candidates meet with the DBMD for an interview that
lasts approximately 1½ hours, meet with Dr. David Babb for psychological testing, and undergo
background checks.

We have a great team of leaders who serve on the DBMD and its subcommittees. Subcommittees
are chaired by Dr. David Babb, Pastors Kenroy Teague, Darrell Lamos and myself. The work of
these subcommittees is to conduct progress interviews with Ordained Ministers in process of
transfer, Licensed Ministers, Ministerial Students and Lay Workers. They provide guidance,
encouragement and report questions or concerns regarding the individuals they interview. These
subcommittee chairs have worked with me for several years and are doing a great job overseeing
two meetings per year. The DBMD also interviews the newly recommended candidates from the
local churches.

The input of the local churches and local pastors is vital to our work. Each year we send an
evaluation form to each pastor to be completed and returned for each candidate. We welcome and
value any input from the pastors. Dates, times and locations of the interviews are sent to each
person in advance of the meeting. Please encourage each person to be interviewed to arrive at the
interview on time, and if they cannot come, to call in advance.

Although this is my eighth year to serve as Assistant District Superintendent, I never take for granted
the high privilege of working closely with Pastor Wood and Alice. Through my service on district
boards, I have the privilege of working with the great leaders of the Penn-Jersey District. Through
my work with the ministerial credentialing process, I have the privilege of meeting the leadership
team that God is calling and developing for the future. Special thanks to Pam Fetterhoff who always
offers willing, cheerful and efficient assistance. As always, my wife, Jane, is a vital part of my life and
ministry. Serving with the Penn-Jersey team has been a blessing from God in my life.

Respectfully submitted,
Dwight A. Mikesell
Assistant District Superintendent




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                    DIRECTOR OF SERVANT MINISTRIES REPORT
                                           DR. DAVID BABB

It has been my privilege and responsibility to serve Penn-Jersey District as Director of Servant
Ministries during the past year. My report includes highlights of opportunities for ministry both within
Penn-Jersey District and The Wesleyan Church.

My RESPONSIBILITIES included the following:
 • Served as a resource in the Penn-Jersey District to provide encouragement, guidance and
    support to the Pastoral Team. Visited with pastoral families as requested or scheduled.
 • Counseled with pastors/pastoral families as referred or requested.
 • Participated in Sunday worship services at twenty-one churches.
 • Traveled with Dr. Harry Wood, at his request, for purposes related to district responsibilities
 • Attended services at Willow Lake Wesleyan Camp in New Columbia, PA (August. 2006).
 • Served as Counselor Resident at the Penn-Jersey District Youth Camp in Tuscarora,
    PA (August 14, 2006).
 • Attended the New Pastor and Spouse Orientation at the District Center and participated in a
    presentation (September 14, 2006).
 • Watched the Pittsburgh Steelers lose to the Jaguars in Jacksonville, FL (September 18, 2006).
 • Attended the Ordination Service at Bethany Wesleyan Church in Cherryville, PA (September
    24, 2006).
 • Attended The Gathering ’07 in Orlando, FL (January 2-4, 2007).
 • Attended the Penn-Jersey District Pastor & Spouse Retreat at Country Cupboard in Lewisburg,
    PA (January 26-28, 2007).
 • Presented at a Couples Banquet for Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church in Clinton, NJ (February
    17, 2007).
 • Attended Local Board of Administration Meetings at five churches by request.
 • Served as Chair for two Restoration Committees in regards to ministerial restoration.
 • Responded to phone calls and email messages from pastors and lay persons within the district
    concerning various matters.
 • Assisted several pastors in providing pre-marital counseling assessments for engaged couples
    and met with those couples to review their personality profiles.
 • Had several meetings with Steve Korr of LIGHTHOUSE Solutions in regards to serving Penn-
    Jersey District as a referral contact for Christian Crisis Services.
 • Served as coordinator of our four mentoring groups participating in the Leadership
    Development Journey of The Wesleyan Church. These groups were facilitated by Dr. Harry
    Wood, Rev. Douglas Heckman, Sr., Rev. Stephen Smith, and Dr. Norman Goos & Rev. Dwight
    Mikesell.
 • Served as coordinator of our two Servant Teams (Financial Advisory Team and Human
    Development Resource Team).

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
I have served on the following boards/committees and attended the meetings as scheduled:
  • District Board of Administration for the Penn-Jersey District.
  • District Board of Ministerial Development; chaired the subcommittee that met at the District
      Center; and provided assessments for the ordinands and background checks as requested by
      the DBMD.
  • Supervised the background checks for our pastoral team and licensed ministers.
  • President of Willow Lake Wesleyan Camp; chaired six meetings of the Camp Board.
  • Houghton College Board of Trustees in Houghton, NY; chaired the Enrollment Management
      Committee of the board; and served as a member of the Executive Committee.
  • General Board of The Wesleyan Church at the World Headquarters in Indianapolis, IN.
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APPRECIATION
Thank you for the honor and privilege to serve Christ through the ministries of Penn-Jersey District
and The Wesleyan Church. It is a joy to be a member of the District Team under the outstanding and
gifted leadership of Dr. Harry F Wood and Alice. I don’t know how to adequately express my deep
love and appreciation for every pastoral family in this district. Your work is difficult and demanding,
your sacrifices are many; and your availability to serve people is often taken for granted.
Nevertheless, your love and commitment to Christ and the Church is strong, and you remain faithful
to your call from God. May He bless you in many ways and always keep you in His presence. I close
with a special “Thank You” to my wife, Freda. God has given us 41 wonderful years together in
marriage. She remains supportive of what I do during these years of our retirement. I thank God for
her!

Respectfully submitted,
David D. Babb, Ph.D.
Director of Servant Ministries




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                   INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT




                                  HAMILTON & MUSSER, P.C.
                                         CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

                                         CONSULTANTS TO MANAGEMENT

                                   DAVID A. HAMILTON, CPA          JAMES A. KRIMMEL, MBA, CPA
                                     BARRY E. MUSSER, CPA               ROBERT D. MAST, CPA



To the District Board of Administration of
Wesleyan Church, Penn-Jersey District
Millersburg, Pennsylvania

We have audited the accompanying statement of financial position of the Wesleyan Church,
Penn-Jersey District, as of April 30, 2007, and the related statements of activities, functional
expenses, and cash flows for the year then ended. These financial statements are the
responsibility of the District’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on
these financial statements based on our audit.

We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the
United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to
obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material
misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the
amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the
accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as
evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a
reasonable basis for our opinion.

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material
respects, the financial position of the Wesleyan Church, Penn-Jersey District, as of April 30,
2007, and the changes in its net assets and its cash flows for the year then ended in
conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

May 31, 2007



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                                 DISTRICT TREASURER’S REPORT
                                           REV. ROBERT SIMPKINS
                                     OPERATIONAL BUDGET 2006-2007
                                                                                2006-2007
PROJECTED INCOME:                                                 ACTUAL        BUDGET
  Balance transfer (2006)                                                   0            0
  USF Receipts                                                    335,873.74       290,000
  Journals                                                          3,234.00         2,500
  Ministerial Development                                          16,973.98        28,000
  District Conference                                              16,440.00        20,000
  CLAM Convention                                                  17,450.00        15,000
  Other Receipts                                                      479.00         5,000
  Interest                                                            200.51         9,000
  Interfund Transfers                                              19,458.57        50,000
                 TOTALS                                           408,474.76       419,500

PROJECTED EXPENDITURES
SALARY AND WAGES:
  District Superintendent (Salary & Housing)                       57,200.00       57,200
  District Leadership Team                                         36,000.00       36,000
    Director of Servant Ministries
    Church Planting Director
    Missions Director
  Administrative Assistant                                         38,030.00       36,400
  Assistant Superintendent                                          2,500.00        2,500
  District Secretary                                                1,000.00        1,000
  District Treasurer                                               10,000.00       10,000
  Statistician                                                        600.00          600
               Total Salary and Wages                             145,330.00      143,700

EMPLOYEE EXPENSES - DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
 Housing                                                           33,000.00       33,000
 Disability Insurance                                                   0.00        1,200
 Health Insurance                                                  18,289.73       19,200
 Pension                                                           12,580.00       12,500
 SECA                                                              13,849.00       16,100
                  Totals                                           77,718.73       82,000

EMPLOYEE EXPENSES - OTHER
 Workman's Compensation                                               708.25         1,000
 Social Security                                                    2,931.42         2,600
 Wesleyan Pension Fund                                              4.321.68         4,250
                 Totals                                             7,961.35         7,850

Travel and Professional expenses
  District Superintendent's Travel (tolls, parking)                 3,901.94       3 2000
  District Automobile Expense (gas oil repairs)                     4,007.00        4,300
  District Auto Replacement                                         9,000.00        9,000
  Administration Expenses                                          10,048.96       12,000
  Convention and Seminars                                             231.10        1,500
    Total Travel & Professional Expenses                           27,189.00       30,000
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Office Expenses                                      ACTUAL     BUDGET
  Office Center                                      4,878.06      5,500
  Electric                                           2,156.04      2,800
  Gas                                                4,751.73      4,000
  Telephone                                          4,495.15      4,300
  Computer Support                                     272.45        800
  Office Supplies                                    7,471.13      4,300
  Postage (communications)                           5,626.62      4,000
  Equipment Purchases                                    0.00      4,200
  Equipment Maintenance                              1,421.27      1,200
  Audit of District Records                          3,571.30      3,500
  Miscellaneous Expenses                               739.75      1,500
  Gifts & Flowers                                      978.89      1,500
  Insurance                                          7,981.48      7,000
     Total Office Expenses                          44,344.07     44,600

General Expenses
  District Conference                               19,980.68     20,000
  District Board of Administration                   2,637.06      4,000
  District Committees                                4,475.10      2,500
  CLAM Convention                                   15,390.30     15,000
  Sunday School                                        348.72        500
  Conference Journals                                6,101.74      6,500
  Penn-Jersey Actions (communications )                893.83      2,000
  Ministerial Development                           31,667.18     30,000
  District Youth                                     6,000.00      6,000
  Wesleyan Kids’ Camp                                7,500.00      7,500
  Benevolence                                        2,500.00      2,500
  Legal Fees                                         2,100.00      4,500
  Depreciation Expense                               7,972.04      9,000
  Contingency                                                      1,000
    Total General Expenses                         105,931.61    111,000

TOTAL PROJECTED EXPENDITURES                       410,109.80    419,500


Total Projected Income                             410,109.80    419,500
Total Projected Expenses                           410,109.80    419,500
Total Projected Variance                                 0.00         0




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                                    GENERAL CHURCH FUND
Projected Income                                          ACTUAL       BUDGET
    USF                                                   232,547       199,400
    EIF                                                    270,801      235,600
    TOTALS                                                503,348       435,000
Projected Expenditures
    USF                                                    232,547      199,400
    EIF                                                    270,801      235,600
    TOTALS                                                 503,348    435,000.00

Total Projected Income                                     503,348      435,000
Total Projected Expenses                                   503,348      435,000
Total Projected Variance                                         0            0


                 DISTRICT EXTENSION AND EVANGELISM BUDGET 2006-2007
Projected Income
       District Church Extension Goals               72,936.89           65,000
       Designated Contributions                      42,946.07           25,000
       Transfer from Stone Hill                      15,750.00           14,700
       Transfer from Balance                          2,441.25            5,000
                Total Projected Income              134,074.21          109,700

Projected Expenditures
Church Planting
       Hispanic Church Director                            2,000.00        2,000
       New Church Planting                                34,233.41       35,000
       Church Planting Consultant                                 0        1,000
       Elizabeth, NJ                                      15,000.00       15,000
       Bridgeton Familia                                  15,000.00       15,000
       Plainfield Iglesia                                  1,800.00        2,400
       Egg Harbor (Stone Hill)                            15,750.00       14,700
       Darby (Stone Hill)                                 12,511.07            0

Ministries Support
        Special Grants                                         0.00        3,000
                Total Projected Expenses                  94,294.48       88,100


Total Projected Income                                134.074.21        109,700
Total Projected Expenses                               92,294.48         88,100
Total Projected Variance                                  37,779.73       21,600




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LOAN AND INVESTMENT FUND
   Balance as of May 01, 2006                      1,402,743.54
   Sale of property                                   25,914.18
   Interest Mtg/Loans                                  9,287.89
   Interest Savings                                   55,161.14
   Unrealized gain(loss) on investments                3,416.07
                                                   1,496.522.82
 Expenses
    Legal Fees                                       31,045.60
    Miscellaneous                                        60.00
    Property Transactions                            36,914.99
    Church Planting                                  15,000.00
    Transfer to General fund                         19,458.57
                                                    102,479.16

Balance as of April 30, 2007                       1,394,043.66


ENDOWMENT FUND
  Balance forward as of May 01, 2006                109,732.06
    Offerings/gifts                                   1,015.00
    Interest                                          6,271.04
                                                    117,018.64
   Expenditures
    Scholarships awarded 2006                         5,118.00
       Balance as of April 30, 2007                 111,900.64


STONE HILL PROPERTY
  Balance forwarded 2006                             58,809.29
   Interest                                           2,900.08
      Balance as of April 30, 2007                   61,709.37

   Expenditures
     Transfer to Church Extension
     Pleasantville                                   15,750.00
        Balance as of April 30, 2007                 45,959.37




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                       APPORTIONMENT REPORT 2006-2007
As of April 30, 2007            Assigned        Received

ALLENTOWN EVAN                    3,156.00       3,156.00
ALLENTOWN IGLESIA                 2.748.00       1,145.00
ALLENTOWN HOPE                   17,556.00      17,556.00
ALLENTOWN, TRINITY               27,156.00      27,156.00
ASTON CHICHESTER                 17,076.00      17,076.00
AUGUSTAVILLE                      9,348.00       9,348.00
BETHLEHEM                        35,796.00      32,796.00
BLACKWOOD                         4,212.00           0.00
BRIDGETON FAMILIA                   396.00         396.00
BRIDGETON FIRST                  26,064.00      26,064.00
BRONX, FAITH                      3,120.00       3,120.00
BRONX, SOUTH                      2,256.00       2,256.00
BROOKLYN FIRST                   24,048.00      24,048.00
BROOKLYN NEW HOPE                36,228.00      36,228.00
BROOKLYN PILGRIM                 17,916.00      17,916.00
CANARSIE                            552.00           0.00
CARLISLE                          9,792.00       9,792.00
CARNEYS POINT                    10,272.00      10,272.00
CHERRYVILLE                      82,080.00      82,080.00
CLINTON                          22,416.00      22,416.00
CONEY ISLAND                      2,064.00       1,000.00
DARBY FAITH                       2,712.00       1,846.00
DELAWARE RUN                     17,280.00      17,280.00
EGG HARBOR CENTRO                   840.00         840.00
EGG HARBOR CHRIST                24,516.00      24,516.00
ELIZABETH                           300.00           0.00
FLORENCE                          4,668.00       4,668.00
FRACKVILLE NEW HOPE               2,076.00       2,076.00
GLASSBORO OLIVET                  6,948.00       6,948.00
GLASSBORO OLIVOS                    588.00         588.00
HANOVER GRACE                    10,368.00      10,368.00
HARRISBURG                        4,368.00       4,368.00
HUNTINGTON                        2,496.00       2,114.00
JERSEY CITY FILIPINO                504.00         526.00
JERSEY CITY FIRST                20,004.00      20,004.00
LANCASTER                         8,844.00       8,844.00
LEBANON                           2,880.00       2,880.00
LINCOLN FALLS                     5,856.00       5,856.00
LITITZ                            4,908.00       4,090.00
MILLERSBURG                       8,712.00       8,712.00
MILLVIEW                          4,908.00       4,908.00




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As of April 30, 2007         Assigned      Received
 MILLVILLE                    7,620.00      5,691.15
 MILTON                     128,460.00    128,460.00
 MUNCY                       11,124.00     11,124.00
 NEWARK                       2,520.00        840.00
 NORTHAMPTON                 10,884.00     10,884.00
 NYACK                        9,600.00      9,600.00
 OREFIELD                     3,360.00      3,360.00
 PHILADELPHIA                 9,504.00      5,000.00
 PINE GROVE                  17,304.00     17,304.00
 PINE GROVE PL VAL            2,532.00      2,532.00
 PLAINFIELD CHRISTIANA            0.00        532.37
 PLEASANTVILLE                2,688.00      2,688.00
 POCONO LAKE                  8,400.00      8,400.00
 POINT PHILLIP               10,560.00     10,560.00
 POTTSTOWN                    4,212.00      4,212.00
 QUEENS, JAMAICA             22,500.00     22,500.00
 QUEENS, JERUSALEM            7,800.00          0.00
 REBUCK                       4,932.00      4,932.00
 SALEM                        2,424.00      2,424.00
 SEYFERT                      8,160.00      8,160.00
 STOCKTON                     3,756.00      3,756.00
 STONINGTON                   4,428.00      4,440.00
 STROUDSBURG                 29,952.00     29,952.00
 SUNBURY                      8,712.00      8,712.00
 SUSSEX                       3,480.00      3,825.00
 THORNRIDGE                   4,584.00      4,584.00
 VINELAND                     4,692.00          0.00
 WESLEY GROVE                 4,656.00      4,656.00
 WEST CONSHOHOCKEN            2,088.00      1,948.00
 WHITE PLAINS                 3,108.00          0.00
 WILLIAMSPORT                22,512.00     22,512.00
 WILLOW GROVE                18,048.00     18,048.00
 YARDVILLE HISPANIC               0.00          0.00
           MISCELLANEOUS             -        305.00
 TOTALS                    $872,988.00   $839,354.53




DEFICIT                     $33,633.47




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           EXTENSION & EVANGELISM GOAL REPORT 2006-2007

As of April 30, 2007            Assigned     Received

ALLENTOWN EVAN                      675.00        0.00
ALLENTOWN HISPANIC                  337.00        0.00
ALLENTOWN HOPE                    2,025.00        0.00
ALLENTOWN, TRINITY                2,025.00    1,856.25
ASTON CHICHESTER UNITED           2,025.00    2,025.00
AUGUSTAVILLE                      1,687.00    1,686.60
BETHLEHEM                         2,025.00    2,025.00
BLACKWOOD                         1,012.00        0.00
BRIDGETON FAMILIA                        -        0.00
BRIDGETON FIRST                   2,025.00    2,025.00
BRONX, FAITH                        675.00      125.00
BRONX, SOUTH                        337.00      337.00
BROOKLYN FIRST                    2,025.00    2,025.00
BROOKLYN HOPE                     2,025.00    2,025.00
BROOKLYN PILGRIM                  2,025.00    2,025.00
CANARSIE                          337.00          0.00
CARLISLE                          2,025.00    2,025.00
CARNEYS POINT                     2,025.00    2,025.00
CHERRYVILLE                       2,025.00    2,025.00
CLINTON                           2,025.00    2,025.00
CONEY ISLAND                        337.00        0.00
DARBY FAITH                              -        0.00
DELAWARE RUN                      2,025.00    2,025.00
EGG HARBOR CENTRO                        -        0.00
EGG HARBOR CHRIST                 2,025.00    2,025.00
ELIZABETH                           337.00        0.00
FLORENCE                          1,012.00    1,012.00
FRACKVILLE NEW HOPE                 675.00       98.36
GLASSBORO OLIVET                  1,350.00    1,350.00
GLASSBORO OLIVOS                         -        0.00
HANOVER GRACE                     2,025.00    1,008.00
HARRISBURG                        1,012.00    1,012.00
HUNTINGTON                          337.00      337.00
JERSEY CITY FILIPINO                  -         150.00
JERSEY CITY FIRST                 2,025.00    2,025.00
LANCASTER                         1,687.00    1,687.00
LEBANON                             675.00      675.00
LINCOLN FALLS                     1,350.00    1,350.00
LITITZ                            1,012.00        0.00
MILLERSBURG                       1,687.00    1,687.00
MILLVIEW                          1,012.00    1,011.96
MILLVILLE                         1,687.00        0.00
MILTON                            2,025.00    2,025.00
MUNCY                             2,025.00        0.00
NEWARK                              675.00      675.00
NORTHAMPTON                       2,025.00    2,025.00
NYACK                             1,687.00    1,687.00
OREFIELD                            675.00      675.00

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As of April 30, 2007                      Assigned    Received
PHILADELPHIA                               1,687.00        0.00
PINE GROVE                                 2,025.00    2,025.00
PINE GROVE PL VAL                            337.00      337.00
PLAINFIELD CHRISTIANA                             -        0.00
PLEASANTVILLE                                337.00      337.00
POCONO LAKE                                1,687.00    1,687.00
POINT PHILLIP                              2,025.00      842.00
POTTSTOWN                                  1,012.00    1,020.00
JAMAICA, QUEENS                            2,025.00    2,025.00
QUEENS, JERUSALEM                          1,687.00        0.00
REBUCK                                     1,012.00    1,011.96
SALEM                                        337.00      337.00
SEYFERT                                    1,687.00    1,687.00
STOCKTON                                     675.00        0.00
STONINGTON                                 1,012.00    1,012.00
STROUDSBURG                                2,025.00        0.00
SUNBURY                                    2,025.00    2,025.00
SUSSEX                                     1,012.00        0.00
THORNRIDGE                                 1,012.00    1,012.00
VINELAND                                   1,012.00        0.00
WESLEY GROVE                               1,012.00    1,012.66
WEST CONSHOHOCKEN                            337.00      100.00
WHITE PLAINS                                 675.00        0.00
WILLIAMSPORT                               2,025.00    2,025.00
WILLOW GROVE                               2,025.00    2,025.00
YARDVILLE HISPANA                                 -           -
                     MISCELLANEOUS                -    8,093.25
TOTALS                                   $91,784.00   76,774.04

                          DEFICIT $15,009.76




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                 APPROVED OPERATIONAL BUDGET 2007-2008

PROJECTED INCOME:
  Balance Transfer (2007)                                             0
  USF Receipts                                                  335,000
  Journals                                                        3,100
  Ministerial Development                                        24,000
  District Conference                                            20,000
  CLAM Convention                                                15,000
  Other Receipts                                                  4,500
  Interest                                                        8,500
  Interfund Transfers                                            50,000
                  TOTALS                                        460,100

PROJECTED EXPENDITURES
Salary and Wages
  District Superintendent (Salary)                               60,000
  District Leadership Team                                       38,700
    Director of Servant Ministries
    District Church Planting Dir
    District Missions Dir
  Administrative Assistant                                       38,280
     Office Support                                               6,000
  Assistant District Superintendent                               2,500
  District Treasurer                                             10,000
  District Secretary                                              1,000
  Statistician                                                      600
            Total Salary and Wages                              157,080

Employee Expenses – District Superintendent
  District Superintendent (Housing)                              34,020
 Disability Insurance                                             1,200
 Health Insurance                                                21,000
 Pension                                                         12,720
 SECA                                                            16,230
                    Totals                                       85,170

Employee Expenses - Other
 Workman's Compensation                                           1,000
 Social Security                                                  3,400
 Wesleyan Pension Fund                                            4,560
                 Totals                                           8,960

Travel and Professional Expenses
  District Superintendent's Travel (tolls, parking)              4,000
  District Automobile Expense (gas, oil, repairs)                4,500
  District Automobile Replacement                                9,000
  Administration Expenses                                       12,500
  Convention and Seminars                                        1,200
                    Totals                                      31,200

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Office Expenses
       Office Center                                 6,000
       Electric                                      3,000
       Gas                                           4,500
       Telephone                                     4,800
       Computer Support                                900
       Office Supplies                               4,500
       Postage                                       6,000
       Equipment Purchases                           4,000
       Equipment Maintenance                         1,400
       Audit of District Records                     3,700
       Miscellaneous Expenses                        1,500
       Gifts & Flowers                               1,500
       Insurance                                     7,500
                Total Office Expenses               49,300

General Expenses
      District Conference                           21,000
      District Board of Administration               4,000
      District Committees                            2,600
      CLAM Convention                               15,000
      Sunday School                                    500
      Conference Journals                            7,000
      Ministerial Development                       30,000
      District Youth                                 6,000
      Wesleyan Kids’ Camp                            7,500
      Benevolence                                    2,500
      Legal Counsel                                  5,000
      Depreciation Expense                           9,000
      Contingency                                    1,200
                Total General Expenses             111,300

TOTAL PROJECTED EXPENDITURES                       443,010

Total Projected Income                             460,100
Total Projected Expenses                           443,010
Total Projected Variance                            17,090




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                         GENERAL CHURCH FUND BUDGET 2007-2008
Projected Income
  USF                                                                230,325
  EIF                                                                275,200
  TOTALS                                                             502,525

Projected Expenditures
  USF                                                                230,325
  EIF                                                                272,200
  TOTALS                                                             502,525

Total Projected Income                                               502,525
Total Projected Expenses                                             502,525
Total Projected Variance                                                  0


                DISTRICT EXTENSION AND EVANGELISM BUDGET 2007-2008
Projected Income
      District Church Extension Goals                                   70,000
      Designated Contributions                                          20,000
      Transfer from Stone Hill Church                                   12,000
      Transfer from Balance (2007)                                      15,000
               Total Projected Income                                  117,000

Projected Expenditures
Church Planting
        Canarsie                                                         41,250
        Familia Bridgeton                                                 7,500
        Resources for New Church Planting                                35,000
        Elizabeth NJ                                                      7,500
        Pleasantville (Stone Hill)                                       12,000
        Plainfield                                                        2,400
        Church Planting Consultant                                        1,000
Ministries Support
        Director of Hispanic Ministries                                  2,400
        Special Grants                                                   6,000
                 Total Projected Expenses                              115,050


Total Projected Income                                                 117,000
Total Projected Expenses                                               115,050
Total Projected Variance                                                  1,950




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                2007-2008 MONTHLY APPORTIONMENT


 1   ALLENTOWN EVANGELICAL       285.00
 2   ALLENTOWN HISPANA           328.00
 3   ALLENTOWN HOPE            1,592.00
 4   ALLENTOWN TRINITY         2,190.00
 5   ASTON CHICHESTER UNITED   1,444.00
 6   AUGUSTAVILLE                801.00
 7   BETHLEHEM                 2,943.00
 8   BLACKWOOD                   208.00
 9   BRIDGETON FAMILIA            65.00
10   BRIDGETON FIRST           2,544.00
11   BRONX, FAITH                329.00
12   BRONX, SOUTH                209.00
13   BROOKLYN FIRST            2,068.00
14   BROOKLYN NEW HOPE         2,807.00
15   BROOKLYN PILGRIM          1,348.00
16   CANARSIE                     48.00
17   CARLISLE                    798.00
18   CARNEY'S POINT              860.00
19   CHERRYVILLE               7,333.00
20   CLINTON                   1,500.00
21   CONEY ISLAND                175.00
22   DARBY FAITH                 221.00
23   DELAWARE RUN              1,310.00
24   EGG HARBOR CENTRO           148.00
25   EGG HARBOR CHRIST         2,043.00
26   ELIZABETH                    12.00
27   FLORENCE                    387.00
28   FRACKVILLE NEW HOPE         153.00
29   GLASSBORO OLIVET            560.00
30   GLASSBORO OLIVOS             52.00
31   HANOVER GRACE               798.00
32   HARRISBURG                  372.00
33   HUNTINGTON                  276.00
34   JERSEY CITY FILIPINO         62.00
35   JERSEY CITY FIRST         1,715.00
36   LANCASTER                   813.00
37   LEBANON                     238.00
38   LINCOLN FALLS               510.00
39   LITITZ                      408.00

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40   MILLERSBURG               724.00
41   MILLVIEW                  416.00
42   MILLVILLE                 532.00
43   MILTON                 10,899.00
44   MUNCY                   1,064.00
45   NEWARK                    214.00
46   NORTHAMPTON             1,111.00
47   NYACK                     753.00
48   OREFIELD                  300.00
49   PHILADELPHIA              804.00
50   PINE GROVE              1,465.00
51   PINE GROVE PV             184.00
52   PLAINFIELD CRISTIANA       15.00
53   PLEASANTVILLE             306.00
54   POCONO LAKE               701.00
55   POINT PHILLIP             865.00
56   POTTSTOWN                 380.00
57   QUEENS, JAMAICA         1,629.00
58   QUEENS, JERUSALEM         519.00
59   REBUCK                    391.00
60   SALEM                     193.00
61   SEYFERT                   626.00
62   STOCKTON                  361.00
63   STONINGTON                312.00
64   STROUDSBURG             2,631.00
65   SUNBURY                   893.00
66   SUSSEX                    320.00
67   THORNRIDGE                404.00
68   VINELAND                  384.00
69   WESLEY GROVE              374.00
70   WEST CONSHOHOCKEN         177.00
71   WHITE PLAINS              264.00
72   WILLIAMSPORT            1,914.00
73   WILLOW GROVE            1,642.00
74   YARDVILLE HISPANA              -




                                   - 106 -
           2007-2008 EXTENSION AND EVANGELISM GOALS

 1   ALLENTOWN EVANGELICAL      675.00
 2   ALLENTOWN HISPANA          337.00
 3   ALLENTOWN HOPE           2,025.00
 4   ALLENTOWN TRINITY        2,025.00
 5   ASTON CHICHESTER         2,025.00
 6   AUGUSTAVILLE             1,687.00
 7   BETHLEHEM                2,025.00
 8   BLACKWOOD                  675.00
 9   BRIDGETON FAMILIA               -
10   BRIDGETON FIRST          2,025.00
11   BRONX, FAITH               675.00
12   BRONX, SOUTH               337.00
13   BROOKLYN FIRST           2,025.00
14   BROOKLYN HOPE            2,025.00
15   BROOKLYN PILGRIM         2,025.00
16   CANARSIE                   337.00
17   CARLISLE                 1,687.00
18   CARNEY'S POINT           2,025.00
19   CHERRYVILLE              2,025.00
20   CLINTON                  2,025.00
21   CONEY ISLAND               337.00
22   DARBY FAITH                337.00
23   DELAWARE RUN             2,025.00
24   EGG HARBOR CENTRO               -
25   EGG HARBOR CHRIST        2,025.00
26   ELIZABETH                  337.00
27   FLORENCE                 1,012.00
28   FRACKVILLE NEW HOPE        675.00
29   GLASSBORO OLIVET         1,350.00
30   GLASSBORO OLIVOS                -
31   HANOVER GRACE            1,687.00
32   HARRISBURG               1,012.00
33   HUNTINGTON                 337.00
34   JERSEY CITY FILIPINO            -
35   JERSEY CITY FIRST        2,025.00
36   LANCASTER                1,687.00
37   LEBANON                    675.00
38   LINCOLN FALLS            1,350.00
39   LITITZ                   1,012.00
40   MILLERSBURG              1,687.00
41   MILLVIEW                 1,012.00
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42   MILLVILLE                    1,350.00
43   MILTON                       2,025.00
44   MUNCY                        2,025.00
45   NEWARK                         337.00
46   NORTHAMPTON                  2,025.00
47   NYACK                        1,687.00
48   OREFIELD                       675.00
49   PHILADELPHIA                 1,687.00
50   PINE GROVE                   2,025.00
51   PINE GROVE PLEASANT VALLEY     337.00
52   PLAINFIELD CRISTIANA                -
53   PLEASANTVILLE                  675.00
54   POCONO LAKE                  1,687.00
55   POINT PHILLIP                2,025.00
56   POTTSTOWN                    1,012.00
57   QUEENS, JAMAICA              2,025.00
58   QUEENS, JERUSALEM            1,350.00
59   REBUCK                       1,012.00
60   SALEM                          337.00
61   SEYFERT                      1,687.00
62   STOCKTON                     1,012.00
63   STONINGTON                   1,012.00
64   STROUDSBURG                  2,025.00
65   SUNBURY                      2,025.00
66   SUSSEX                       1,012.00
67   THORNRIDGE                   1,012.00
68   VINELAND                     1,012.00
69   WESLEY GROVE                 1,012.00
70   WEST CONSHOHOCKEN              337.00
71   WHITE PLAINS                   675.00
72   WILLIAMSPORT                 2,025.00
73   WILLOW GROVE                 2,025.00
74   YARDVILLE HISPANA                   -




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                     DISTRICT BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION
                      REPORT ON MINISTERIAL RELATIONS

I.   ORDAINED MINISTERS

A. APPOINTED ORDAINED MINISTERS
   1. District Service
      Wood, Harry F.
   2. Pastoral and Local Service
      a. Pastors, associate pastors, or assistant pastors
          Addington, Dwight                          Leininger, Terry
          Anderson, Michael                          Loria, Philip
          Ayling, Steven                             Luchetti, Leonard
          Baney, Larry                               Mack, Daniel
          Bocanegra, Benjamin                        McClung, Linda
          Brayerton, Donna                           McClung, Michael
          Brayerton, Robert Sr.                      Mikesell, Daniel
          Brown, Barry                               Mikesell, Dwight A.
          Budde, Scott                               Mikesell, Jonathan
          Cassisse, Remolien                         Miller, William H. III
          Chalarca, Jairo                            Moore, Timothy
          Charles, Sylvanie                          Palilio, Fedrico
          Chowtie, Holly                             Paulhamus, Kenneth
          Clendaniel, Gregory                        Pilkinton, Kenneth H.
          Coulibaly, Germain S.                      Pinkerton, Russell F.
          Davis, Arlie E.                            Reece, Michael
          D’Agostino, Shannon                        Reigard, Kenneth M.
          Errickson, Dave                            Roehrig, John
          Faustin, Jules                             Roman, William
          Ferdinand, Pierre St. H.                   Rutherford, Earl Jr.
          Ferguson, Erik                             Shoemaker, Donavon
          Fetterhoff, Kevin                          Simpkins, Robert J.
          Gerber, Daniel                             Smith, Brenda
          Geyer, Donald H., Jr.                      Smith, Stephen
          Gilbertsen, Tim                            St. Louis, Rochemond
          Glasgow, Pearl                             Staley, James
          Goos, Norman R.                            Stanford, William
          Graham, Anthony                            Swink, Cherie
          Gray, Stephen III                          Sylvester, Richard
          Green, David                               Teague, Kenroy
          Hall, P. Daniel                            Terwilliger, James L.
          Hartzell, Timothy K.                       Theodore, Bernard
          Heckman, Douglas E., Sr.                   Watson, Basil
          Heiler, Ronald                             Weldon, Scott
          Jeune, Francois Eugene                     Whatton, Antonette
          Jones, Robert                              Wilcox, David
          Koroma, Mohamed Joe                        Williams, John A.
          Labbe, Patricio                            Wolfgang, Randy L.
          Lamos, Darrell J.                          Younger, Richard
          Leamon, Michael                            Zeravsky, David
          Leininger, Justin                          Zottarelli, Rod
          Leininger, Tedd
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       b. On loan to other districts
       c. Local church Christian educators
  3.   Evangelistic Service
       a. Associate general evangelists
       b. General evangelists
       c. Reserve evangelists
  4.   Denominational Service
       a. General officials
            Pence, Jerry
            Wilson, Earle
       b. General church service
       c. Missionaries
            Burke, Brian
            Craker, Dennis
            Norris, Keith
       d. Educators
            Englehardt, Richard
            Lee, Allen A.
            Yoder, Ralph
  5.   Military or Institutional Chaplains
       Caudle, John
       Ritter, Robert
       Sell, Melody
       Silliman, Ed
  6.   Interchurch Service
       Griffin, David
       Hevalow, John
       Kiggins, Martin
       Valdez, Ray
  7.   Special Service
       Baugess, Daniel                                 Kotzen, Geoffrey L.
       Diven, Douglas R.                               Smith, David

B. RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS
   Addington, Robert                                   Holland, Charles E.
   Bauer, Paul                                         Johnston, William
   Bennett, Miles E.                                   Kehler, Albert E.
   Blimline, Curtis                                    Kocher, Clair
   Bortner, Elaine M.                                  Leitzel, Leonard W.
   Carden, Edward J.                                   Lindenberger, Robert I.
   Cooper, Charles L.                                  Mowrey, Larry N.
   Culp, Raymond F.                                    Moyer, Donald G.
   Davis, Russell E.                                   Murphy, Ronald L.
   Dieter, Melvin E.                                   Pennycoff, Leroy E.
   Emery, LaVerne                                      Pritchett, Paul R.
   Ferdinand, Michel                                   Pudliner, Ray
   Finch, Robert F.                                    Taylor, Grace A.
   Fisher, John T.                                     Wagner, Raymond
   Gilmore, Cecil P., Jr.                              Walker, Elda P.
   Gilmore, Virginia                                   Walker, Marion L.
   Haffling, Charles H.                                Washburn, Betty Lou
   Hain, R. Marlin                                     Yeager, Arthur E.
   Heckman, Earl                                       Zehner, Ruth M.
   Hilbert, Paul D., Sr.


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   C. RESERVE ORDAINED MINISTERS
      Murray, Tyronza                            Paradis, Marilyn
      Newlin, Raymond                            Slater, David
   D. ORDAINED MINISTERS ON EDUCATIONAL LEAVE
   E. ORDAINED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT
      1. Not available for appointment
          Ambroise, Francois                     Reddinger, Randall
          Bair, Timothy                          Toto, Louis Harry
          Green, Kerry Anne                      Ward, Roy
          Kehlor, Kieran                         Wiley, Gary
          Kramer, Dean
       2. Non-ministerial general church or educational service
       3. Not otherwise listed
   F. ORDAINED MINISTERS IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
       1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
          Argo, Jason
          Mullikin, Heath
           Torres, Ed
          Wickstrom, John III
        2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
   G. ORDAINED MINISTERS IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER
       Beers, Jerome                               Rowett, Thomas
      Bonetta, Italo                               Sesay, Ibrahim
      Dixon, Andrew                                Simbo, Albert Joe
      Ortiz, Roger
   H. LICENSED MINISTERS IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER

II. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
    A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS
    B. OTHER APPOINTMENTS
    C. COMMISSIONED MINISTERS WITHOUT APPOINTMENT
        1. Not available for appointment
        2. Non-ministerial general church or educational service
    D. IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
        1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
        2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
    E. IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER
    F. RETIRED COMMISSIONED MINISTERS
       Allen, David S., Sr.

III. LICENSED MINISTERS
     A. PASTORS, ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS
        Atherly, Anderson                 Krzos, Mark
        Barthelemy, Roland                Martinez, Steven
        Bruckler, Joseph                  Richards, Carolynne
        Craft, Troy                       Richards, Luke
        Delph, Sherlock                   Soone, Mark
        Hoffman, David                    Telfort, Franz
        Inglin, John                      Tolentino, Haydee
        Jean-Baptiste, Josue              Trotter, Alan, Jr.
        Kendall, Scott                    Werkheiser, Donald




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   B. OTHER APPOINTMENT
   C. IN PROCESS OF DISTRICT TRANSFER
      1. Pending completion of district transfer to Penn-Jersey
         Furrow, Martin, Jr.
      2. Applied for district transfer from Penn-Jersey
   D. IN PROCESS OF DENOMINATIONAL TRANSFER

IV. MINISTERIAL STUDENTS
    Argot, Gena                        Dooley, Ellen              Ortiz, Shaury
    Bell, Mike                         Francois, Bose             Pigott, Lennox
    Blain, Anthony                     Glasgow, Clinton           Porcano, Len
    Bond, Deborah                      Howard, Brian              Rehm, Jeffrey
    Bonetta, Juana                     Jacques, Venise            Samuel, James
    Brown, Anita                       Jacques, Yonel             Simcik, Adam
    Brown, Dale                        Jarrett, Gary              Soto, Blanca
    Carney, Thomas                     Jones, Ruth                Soto, Renato
    Casado, Ana                        Keefer, Lynda              Sytsma, Michelle
    Casado, Jose                       Kocher, Ronald, Jr.        Thornton, Becky
    Castellanos, Wilmer                Labbe, Marcela             Troup, Barry
    Cowell, Ralph                      Moore, Moira               Valverde, Aurora
    Deaven, Amber                      Noisette, Claudel          Walters, Keith
    Dennis, J. Michael                 Ortiz, Arelis              Young, Kevin
    Diener, Shane                      Ortiz, Hilda               Zottarelli, Michael


V. LAY WORKERS

   A. COMMISSIONED SPECIAL WORKERS
      Johnson, Ginger E. (Women’s and Children’s Worker)

   B. COMMISSIONED SPECIAL WORKERS IN PROCESS OF TRANSFER

   C. LICENSED SPECIAL WORKER
      Beatty, Love E. (Christian Writer)
      Joseph, Gesner
      Raws, Randy
      Taylor, David
      Younger, Julie

   D. COMMISSIONED LAY MISSIONARIES
      Norris, Patty

   E. SUPPLY PASTORS
      Alvarado, William
      Charles, Hector
      Drury, John




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          DISTRICT BOARD OF MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT
                                 REV. MICHAEL LEAMON, REPORTER


I.   ORDINATION RECOMMENDATIONS
WHEREAS the District Board of Ministerial Development of the Penn-Jersey District has carefully
examined the following persons as to their personal experience of salvation and entire sanctification;
their full commitment to the Articles of Religion, Membership Commitments, Elementary Principles
and polity of The Wesleyan Church and acceptance of its authority; and their evidence of having the
graces, gifts, fruit and abiding sense of Divine call essential to persons seeking ordination; and

WHEREAS these persons are all Covenant Members of a local Wesleyan church within the Penn-
Jersey District, have completed all necessary service requirements, and have met all educational
requirements as certified by the Ministerial Study Course Agency of The Wesleyan Church;

BE IT RESOLVED THAT at a public service sanctioned by the Penn-Jersey District of The
Wesleyan Church the following candidates shall receive ordination:
                                    Shannon E. D’Agostino
                                         Jules Faustin
                                     Timothy D. Gilbertsen
                                        Robert A. Jones
                                    Mohamed Joe Koroma
                                       Terry K. Leininger
                                         Melody L. Sell
                                        James R. Staley
                                        Cherie E. Swink
                                      Richard A. Younger

II. NEW LICENSE RECOMMENDATIONS
WHEREAS the following persons have received proper recommendations from the local churches of
which they are covenant members; and

WHEREAS they have been carefully examined by the District Board of Ministerial Development to
affirm their personal experience of salvation and entire sanctification; their full commitment to the
Articles of Religion, Membership Commitments, Elementary Principles and polity of The Wesleyan
Church and acceptance of its authority; and their evidence of having graces, gifts and fruit essential
for the ministry to which they feel called; and

WHEREAS they have met the qualifications set forth in The Discipline of The Wesleyan Church for
the ministerial status they seek;

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the following new ministerial licenses be granted by the 39th Annual Penn-
Jersey District Conference as categorized in Section 1240 in The Discipline of The Wesleyan
Church 2004.

     A. Ordained ministers in process of transfer
        1. Jason Argo                                    4. Heath Mullikin
        2. Italo Bonetta                                 5. Ed Torres
        3. David Griffin

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   B. Licensed Ministers
      1. David Hoffman
      2. Franz Telfort
      3. Alan Trotter, Jr.

   C. Ministerial Students
      1. Gena Argot                                         9.   Ellen Dooley
      2. Deborah Bond                                      10.   Marcela Labbe
      3. Juana Bonetta                                     11.   Moira Moore
      4. Ana Casado                                        12.   Hilda Ortiz
      5. Jose Casado                                       13.   Len Porcano
      6. Wilmer Castellanos                                14.   Becky Thornton
      7. Ralph Cowell                                      15.   Barry Troup
      8. Amber Deaven                                      16.   Aurora Valverde

   D. Licensed Special Workers



III. RENEWAL OF LICENSE RECOMMENDATIONS
WHEREAS the following persons have been reviewed during the past conference year as to their
continued pursuit of the Call of God upon their lives for ministerial service;

AND WHEREAS these persons have been examined as to their character, testimony, current
experience of Christian living, witness, and church involvement;

AND WHEREAS these persons have given witness of agreement with the doctrines and polity of
The Wesleyan Church,

BE IT RESOLVED that the following ministerial licenses be renewed with no change in their
respective status:

   A. Ministers in Process of Denominational Transfers

       1.   Jerome Beers
       2.   Andrew Dixon
       3.   Roger Ortiz
       4.   Thomas Rowett
       5.   Ibrahim Sesay
       6.   Albert Joe Simbo

   B. Licensed Ministers
      1. Anderson Atherly                                   9.   Mark Krzos
      2. Roland Barthelemy                                 10.   Carolynne Richards
      3. Joseph Bruckler                                   11.   Luke Richards
      4. Troy Craft                                        12.   Steven Martinez
      5. Sherlock Delph                                    13.   Mark Soone
      6. John Inglin                                       14.   Haydee Tolentino
      7. Josue Jean-Baptiste                               15.   Donald Werkheiser
      8. Scott Kendall
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   C. Ministerial Students
      1. Mike Bell                                    16.   Lynda Keefer
      2. Anthony Blain                                17.   Ronald Kocher, Jr.
      3. Ryan Brosious                                18.   Claudell Noisette
      4. Anita Brown                                  19.   Arelis Ortiz
      5. Dale Brown                                   20.   Shaury Ortiz
      6. Thomas Carney                                21.   Lennox Pigott
      7. J. Michael Dennis                            22.   Jeffrey Rehm
      8. Shane Diener                                 23.   James Samuel
      9. Bose Francois                                24.   Adam Simcik
     10. Clinton Glasgow                              25.   Blanca Soto
     11. Brian Howard                                 26.   Renato Soto
     12. Venise Jacques                               27.   Michelle Sytsma
     13. Yonel Jacques                                28.   Keith Walters
     14. Ruth Jones                                   29.   Kevin Young
     15. Gary Jarrett                                 30.   Michael Zottarelli

   D. Lay Workers
      1. Commissioned Special Worker
         Ginger Johnson (Women’s and Children’s Worker)

       2. Licensed Special Workers
          Love E. Beatty — Christian Writer
          Gesner Joseph
          Randy Raws
          David Taylor
          Julie Younger

   E. Licenses Not Renewed
      Brian Dalbow
      Jeremias Mora (no ASR)
      William Robel
      Timothy Robinson
      Justin Saunders (no ASR)
      Grantley Trotman

IV. ANNUAL SERVICE REPORTS
All district ministerial personnel are required to file annual service reports for review by the District
Board of Ministerial Development. Personnel in all categories of service appointed by the district
conference last year filed satisfactory annual service reports with the following exceptions. Names
printed indicate those who failed to file an annual service report (number of consecutive years of
delinquency shown in parentheses) or filed an unsatisfactory report.

   A. Ordained Ministers
          1. Joseph Elie (2)                                          4. Raymond Valdez
          2. John Fisher                                              5. Francois Pierre (3)
          3. Francois Jeune

   B. Licensed Minister
       1. Josue Jean-Baptiste (2)

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   C. Ministerial Students
      1. Jeremias Mora
      2. Justin Saunders

   D. Filed Unsatisfactory Reports - none



Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. Michael Leamon
DBMD Secretary




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                        DIRECTOR OF SPIRITUAL FORMATION
                                         REV. BRENDA SMITH

The last commandment that Jesus voiced while He was on the face of His earth was Make
Disciples! It is part of what most call “The Great Commission” found in Matthew 28:18-20. While
outreach and advancing God’s Kingdom through the clear declaration of His Good News is
important, the Son of God knew the most crucial focus of any ministry for all time was MAKE
DISCIPLES! Therefore any event or ministry you have in your church should always focus on
making disciples. Are you promoting Sunday school or small groups in your church? This is the best
way to disciple your church.

I hope you joined in the SpringLife campaign on March 4-April 29. It was a great resource series
which was designed to help local Wesleyan churches maximize the opportunities of the Lent and
Easter season. The outcome of SpringLife was for new and old believers to apply themselves to
obey God’s will. Every follower of Jesus Christ is called to be witnesses of His grace and disciples of
His ways. Another way to promote your Sunday school is through a Friend Day – this is great day
your church family can invite family and friends to church.

Teacher training is a very important aspect of making disciples. We provided the opportunity in
September for the Spiritual Formation Department to come and do teacher training. Dr. Jim Dunn,
who serves as the general Director of spiritual formation for the Wesleyan church along with Rev.
Colleen Derr, director of children’s ministry, Rev. Scott Simmons, director of youth ministry and Rev.
Tim Guptill, director of adult ministry, lead seminars in their respected areas. We had 105 leaders
and teachers participate. I am so proud of each one of them for their willingness to give up a
Saturday to learn and grow in their teaching skills. Everyone who attended left with great information
and renewed energy. This year we will be providing leader and teacher training at C.L.A.M. 2008.

We appreciate all our Sunday school superintendents and Sunday school teachers. Please continue
to encourage and thank them on a regular basis.

I want to congratulate each of the sixteen Sunday schools who showed an increase in attendance
this year. Our statistics are based on a 52 week average. I am looking forward to seeing more
growth next year. I am praying for each of your churches that you will continue to make more and
better disciples.

I had the privilege of directing the Christian Life and Ministry Conference (Clam) this year. Thanks to
the many people who helped and gave sacrificially, Clam was a huge success! The Adult
Conference was held at the 1st Presbyterian Church with 468 adults in attendance. Roger Peterson
from Walk thru the Bible was our guest speaker. Last year we did the Old Testament series and this
year we did the New Testament series. If you were a part of this great event, do you still remember
your hand motions? Bethany Bible College Chorale came and blessed us with leading worship and
an afternoon concert. I want to thank everyone who participated in housing them overnight in their
homes. The Chick-fil-A lunch seemed to be a big hit for everyone!

My daughter, Cassandra Smith, did a great job directing the Kids’ Clam at Trinity Wesleyan Church.
Geddy the Gecko was back to minister to the kids. The kids just loved him! They had 160 in
attendance for the kids track. The kids enjoyed hotdogs, crafts, games and Bible study. Pastor
Justin Leininger and Pastor Dan Mack did a fantastic job directing the Youth Clam held at Bethany
Wesleyan Church. They had 280 in attendance! They changed their format this year and they had a
blast with their rallies and games.



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I want to thank the CLAM team for a job well done: Pastor Wood, Pam Fetterhoff
(Marketing/Registration), Pastor Randy Wolfgang (Facility Director), Pastor Justin Leininger (Youth),
Pastor Dan Mack (Youth) and Cassandra Smith (Kids).

I am looking forward to Clam 2008. We are turning the adult track back into leadership training.
Steve DeNeff will be our guest speaker for the rallies and Dr. Jim Dunn, General Director of Spiritual
Formation for The Wesleyan church, Colleen Derr, director of children’s ministry and Scott
Simmons, director of youth ministry are just some of the exciting seminar leaders.

In His service Together,
Pastor Brenda Smith




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                   DISTRICT CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES DIRECTOR
                                      PASTOR CHERIE SWINK

This year at camp we hosted the “Servant Hands Ministry.” This young couple came with their
two daughters and brought a whole circus load of fun! They had 5 inflatable games, a Pop Corn
Machine, Cotton Candy Machine, and a Snow Cone Machine to use all week long! WOW! To rent
this stuff for a whole week would have been thousands of dollars and we got it all for the price of
them alone. We also met Buster the Possum, a puppet character who came along to criticize
and make fun of everything for fun and spiritual impact. Our theme for the year was “Serving
One Another In Love”. The camp verse was Galatians 5:13, “For you have been called to live in
freedom, not freedom to satisfy your sinful nature, but freedom to serve one another in love.” I
read somewhere, to serve others, is to show your love to God. We tried to show the kids how to
serve in Love and be happy about it. I pray we inspired them to want to be servants for Christ.

This year we are having “Spy Camp” with B.B. Angelo, a character actor, who comes with
excitement to Penn-Jersey. You can check him out at www.bbangelo.com. We are looking
forward to a wonderful week; please pray for us before, during and after that week. We need your
help with this week to be safe, open to the Spirit’s leading and just have a week away with fun.

We missed you at Kids’ C.L.A.M.! We had a great day of fun activities with “Geddy the Gecko.”
Clam was put together so well again this year with the direction of Pastor Brenda Smith and her
daughter, Cassandra. We had a nice turn out, but where were many of your kids? They miss so
much fun when they don’t come and participate with the district kids.

Huddle ‘07 was great! What a great bunch of dedicated children’s workers came out to learn and
be with everyone. We had people from over 3 districts in the denomination. Dr. Jim Dunn was
part of the whole mix, and boy did he bring a lot of encouragement and excitement to the table!
Next time Huddle happens so close to home, please try to take advantage of the closeness, training
and networking opportunities.

Thank you for the opportunity to be your Children’s Ministry Leader

His for Kids,
Cherie E. Swink




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                 EVANGELISM AND CHURCH GROWTH REPORT
                              REV. DWIGHT ADDINGTON, DIRECTOR

It has been my privilege this past year to serve Christ and the Penn-Jersey District as the
Evangelism & Church Growth Director.

Jesus calls us through the Great Commission to make disciples, and each of our churches have a
mandate to do exactly that! Because of our love for Christ…and because of our love for those
without a relationship with Christ, we must find effective ways to reach those in need of a Savior!
This past Easter Sunday at least 129 individuals came to faith in Christ through the combined
witness of Penn-Jersey churches! May God help each of us to continue to find methods that will
help us to reach those in need of the hope that only Christ brings!

It was a joy and a blessing to help welcome a new church to the Penn-Jersey District!
William Alvarado is the pastor of the Hispanic Jesus Christ is the Lord Church, which is sharing
the facility of the Wesley Grove Chapel. This is the eighth Hispanic Church in Penn-Jersey; it is
exciting to see what God is doing in the Hispanic Ministries of our district. Rev. Patricio Labbe
continues to give excellent leadership and direction as Penn-Jersey District Director of Hispanic
Ministries. Penn-Jersey’s FLAMA courses have more Hispanic students studying for the ministry
than any other FLAMA location! The Hispanic Churches of Penn-Jersey held their second camp last
summer at the Seyfert Camp facility and are looking forward to this year’s Hispanic Camp.

I have endeavored to assist Dr. Wood in the area of church planting by encouraging our church
planters, visiting worship services and acting on his bequest in various situations. Thank you for
supporting our church planters with your prayers and your finances. When your church faithfully
gives each year to the Evangelism and Church Growth Financial goals, you help make it possible for
more churches to be planted.

Let’s continue to pray that God will help us to reach and exceed our goal of planting 25 churches by
the year 2010! Possibly God will use your church to daughter a new congregation to reach
unreached people in your area!




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                         DIRECTOR OF HISPANIC MINISTRIES
                                        REV. PATRICIO LABBE

"My times are in Your hands ..." Psalm 31:15

It is an honor to work in the extension of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ together with
Superintendent Dr. Harry F. Wood and a great team from the Penn-Jersey District. It is great to be
working with the Penn-Jersey District in a great town of the US with a growing Hispanic population
and to know that God has a plan to bless this town! Through this report I want to thank God and all
of the Penn-Jersey District shepherds who have opened their doors for the Hispanic Church! It is
also important to recognize the "heroes" of our district - the Hispanic shepherds that work hard to
plant Hispanic churches of impact in our emerging communities.

Some important achievements this year include:
  - We have a program of ministerial training called "FLAMA". Since March of 2004 it has
      provided 15 ministerial courses and in only three years 72 students have been enrolled in
      FLAMA. We have a wonderful team of well prepared professors from within the Hispanic
      culture. It is our vision for the future to have capable leaders to supply the need for laborers
      for the work of the Master. We currently have 15 Hispanic students and Pastors being
      processed by the District Board of Ministerial Development.
  - Last year we held the second Hispanic Camp at the Seyfert Campgrounds and with 150
      people present, we provided different workshops for young adults and children. We are
      expecting to have an even greater turnout this year.
  - I want to thank the invaluable aid of my mentor, the Rev. Dwight Addington, who assists me
      in supervising the Hispanic Churches.

This is my first report to the conference and God has placed open doors before us this past year.
God has been faithful in giving us opportunities of extending His kingdom and giving us a great
church family! I want to express my gratitude to Pastor Harry Wood who has served as an
inspiration for all of us.




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                      DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF WORLD MISSIONS
                                         REV. ROD ZOTTARELLI

It has been my privilege to serve as the District Director of World Missions for the past 5 years. We
have worked in Venezuela and in Haiti during that time and we have seen our churches strengthen
their missions programs. Our local pastors have worked very hard to keep the Great Commission in
focus. Eight years ago when I returned from Indonesia, it was a bittersweet time for us. We were
excited for the opportunities for our family here in the states but we missed missions work. Since
completing my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, God has lead us back to missions and as
of May 1st, we are officially back with Mission Aviation Fellowship. Both Nancy and I will work in the
member care department, providing pastoral counseling care to the MAF missionaries from
candidacy through retirement and to both those on the field and the staff, managers and leaders in
the states. We solicit your prayers on our behalf as we undertake this new ministry.

As a district, we tried to support with mixed success the work in Venezuela initiated by our Haitian
churches. Pastor Patricio Labbe continues to grow the work in Venezuela that we had to leave
behind as a district and he has been working with Rick West from Global partners. Pastor Labbe
served for years as a missionary in Venezuela and has family and lots of contacts there. He has
been responsible for planting many churches. We are glad for the ongoing work in Puerto Ayacucho
that he and his church are supporting.

Also as a district, we have tried to turn our attention to the work in Haiti. Haiti is going through a
transition currently with the retirement of Helen Jacobson, Carol Earl and the relocation of Dr. Chris
Thede. Dan and Joy Irvine are in the process of moving to Haiti as the new directors of the mission
initiative there, both in La Gonave and in the mainland. I have made two trips there in the past year,
one on behalf of the district and the vision for Haiti that Dan has is worthy of our support. Dan is in
the process of recruiting doctors and nurses, physician assistants and nurse practitioners for the
work in La Gonave. The hospital there is a strategic player in World Hope’s work with AIDS in Haiti.
I encourage our local churches to support the work in Haiti financially and to send teams to Haiti to
help out in the work on site.

The churches in our district are among the top giving churches to missions in our denomination. I
received a letter of thanks from the denomination this past month and promptly give credit where
credit is due, to you, our churches. Many of the churches in the top 25 giving churches are Penn-
Jersey churches. Keep up the good work.

I would like to thank Dr. Wood for his support and heart for missions and his faith in me, as well as
the Penn-Jersey missions committees over the past 5 years. Special thanks to Bill Miller for his
participation, translating work and enthusiasm for missions. Special thanks as well to Bob Strum,
affectionately known as “Data”, my traveling information system, whose heart for missions is a
blessing to all of us.

It has been a joy to serve you as district director, thank you for the opportunity.

Colossians 3:12 admonishes us “as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, to clothe ourselves
with compassion, kindness and humility, gentleness and patience.” Let’s continue to reach the
World for Christ, following his clear command to all of us to participate in the Great Commission.

Serving Him,
Rod Zottarelli



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                              MEMOIRS COMMITTEE REPORT
                                          MISS SHIRLEY SMITH

                    The Penn-Jersey District expresses appreciation for the following
                       deceased members and friends of The Wesleyan Church.
Church                                 Name of Deceased                     Member or Friend

Allentown Evangelical                  Hilde Gurnak                         Member
                                       Eula Hebert                          Friend
                                       Stella Till                          Member
Allentown Hope                         Mark Eagle                           Friend
Allentown Trinity                      Katelyn Lesperance                   Friend
                                       Barbara Schreiter                    Member
Aston Chichester                       Thomas Brown                         Friend
Bethlehem                              Austin Cook                          Friend
                                       Orene Miller                         Member
                                       Dorothy Ruffing                      Friend
                                       Virginia Williams                    Member
Bridgeton First                        Elsie Baker                          Friend
                                       Lester Timberman                     Friend
Brooklyn Pilgrim                       Marie Wagnac                         Member
Carlisle                               Lee Hoover                           Member
Carney’s Point                         Ruth Cates                           Friend
                                       Isabella Powell                      Friend
                                       William Strickland, Jr.              Friend
Cherryville                            Evelyn Crissinger                    Member
                                       Kenneth Gilbert                      Friend
                                       Gayle Close                          Member
                                       Catherine Hoffman                    Friend
                                       Paul Sell, Sr.                       Member
                                       Grace Silfies                        Member
                                       Carl Simons                          Friend
                                       Edwin Rehrig                         Member
Delaware Run                           Kenneth Aikey, Sr.                   Friend
                                       Zachariah Albertson                  Friend
                                       Patrick Kurtz                        Member
                                       Ed Sherman                           Friend
                                       Dennis Wallace                       Friend
                                       Lena Woodrig                         Friend
Darby Faith                            Barlie S. Kargbo                     Member
Frackville                             Francis O’Neal                       Friend
                                       Charles Shuey                        Friend
Huntington                             Antoine Dejoie                       Friend
Jamaica-Queens                         Mikhail Pinkerton                    Member

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Jersey City                 Samuel Joseph             Friend
Lebanon                     Hilda Stamm               Friend
Levittown                   Alida Clark               Friend
Milton                      Ruth M. Kline             Friend
                            Walter Mero               Member
                            Abigail F. Sankey         Friend
Muncy                       Jeanette Beachel          Member
                            Kenneth Hall              Member
                            Hervey Lyons              Member
                            George B. Smith           Friend
                            Dorothy Wagner            Friend
Nyack                       Ludovic Supreme           Member
Pocono Lake                 Albert Dally              Friend
Point Phillip               Forrie Glass              Friend
                            Ruth Miller               Member
Pottstown                   Benjamin Pollock          Member
Queens Wesleyan Jerusalem   Rev. Joseph Fleurant      Pastor
                            Marie C. Vallon           Member
Rebuck                      Norma Shipman             Member
                            Montana Snyder            Friend
Salem                       Rev. Maurice Beeman       Member
                            Francis Bush              Member
                            Mildred Carter            Member
                            Charles Kennedy, Sr.      Friend
Seyfert                     William Hart              Friend
                            Raymond Miller            Member
                            Mazie Paine               Member
                            Charles Troxel, Sr.       Member
Stockton                    Dorothy Snyder            Friend
Stroudsburg                 Nicholas Deconti          Friend
                            Linda Grant               Friend
                            Jeanne Kresge             Member
                            Richard Ludwig            Friend
                            Cora Mosler               Member
                            Kwan Hung Tom             Friend
Sunbury                     William Endures           Member
                            Ester Herb                Member
                            Isaac Raker               Member
                            Mellisa Tiebout           Friend
West Conshohocken           Peg Benner                Member
                            Eleanor Colon             Member

Williamsport Faith          Marian Case               Member
                            Robert Kinley             Friend
                            Hiram “Jim” Weimer        Friend
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                 DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICAL REPORT
                      REV. BRENDA SMITH, DIRECTOR OF SPIRITUAL FORMATION


Church Name                                 2006       2007   +/-   % Gain/Loss

Allentown Evangelical                         25        21    -4            -20%
Allentown Hispana                             NA
Allentown Hope                                NA
Allentown Trinity                            110       102    -8           -22%
Aston Chichester United                       71        71    +0             0%
Augustaville                                  73        75    +2            +3%
Bethlehem                                    105       104    -1            -1%
Blackwood                                     35        35    +0             0%
Bridgeton Familia                             19        21    +2           +11%
Bridgeton First                               69        71    +2            +3%
Bronx Faith                                   13        12    -1            -5%
Bronx South                                   NA
Brooklyn New Hope                             73        78    +5            +6%
Brooklyn First                                NA
Brooklyn Pilgrim                              NA
Canarsie                                      NA
Carlisle                                      66        66    +0             0%
Carney’s Point                                44        44    +0             0%
Cherryville Bethany                          284       287    +3            +1%
Clinton Faith                                 37        37    +0             0%
Coney Island                                  NA
Darby Faith                                   30        30    +0             0%
Delaware Run                                 111       112    +1            +1%
Egg Harbor Centro                             NA
Egg Harbor Christ’s                           55        56    +1            +1%
Elizabeth                                     13        12    -1            -6%
Florence                                      18        18    +0             0%
Frackville                                    10        10    +0             0%
Glassboro Olivet                              NA
Glassboro Olivos                              22        23    +1            +4%
Hanover                                       NA
Harrisburg                                    18        20    +2             +8%
Huntington                                    53        54    +1             +2%
Jersey City First                             56        56    +0              0%
Jersey City First Filipino                    20        17    -3            -16%
Lancaster Crossroads                          25        25    +0              0%
Lebanon                                       NA
Levittown                                     NA
Lincoln Falls                                 31        31    +0             0%
Lititz                                       14         14    +0              0%
Millersburg                                  42         39    -3             -7%
Millview                                     NA
Millville                                     1          2    +1           +100%




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Church Name                  2006       2007   +/-   % Gain/Loss

Milton                        446        447   +1            0%
Muncy                          65         65   +0            0%
Newark Newborn                 49         47   -2           -4%
Northampton                    NA
Nyack Pilgrim                  48         49   +1           +1%
Orefield                       NA
Philadelphia Pilgrim          118        118   +0            0%
Pine Grove Wesleyan            67         68   +1           +1%
Pine Grove Pleasant Valley     16         15   -1           -8%
Plainfield Iglesia             NA
Pleasantville                  18         17    -1          -5%
Pocono Lake                    31         30    -1          -3%
Point Phillip                  35         35    +0           0%
Pottstown                      17         17    +0           0%
Queens-Jamaica                 97         97    +0           0%
Queens, Wesleyan Jerusalem      0         56   +56         100%
Rebuck                         24         22    -2          -1%
Salem                          13         13    +0           0%
Seyfert                        54         56    +2          +4%
Stockton                       NA
Stonington                     18         17    -1          -6%
Stroudsburg                    57         54    -3          -5%
Sunbury Trinity                62         60    -2          -3%
Sussex                         NA
Vineland                       25         13   -12         -48%
West Conshohocken               0         13   +13        +100%
White Plains                   NA
Williamsport                   70         70   +0            0%
Willow Grove                   51         49   -2           -3%
Yardville, Wesley Grove        25         24   -1           -4%
Yardville, Hispana             NA
Totals                       2949       2995   +49          +2%




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                        DISTRICT STATISTICAL SUMMARY
                                MR. ROBERT STRUM, REPORTER


                                 Stewardship of Persons


                                       MEMBERSHIP          This Year   Last Year Change
 Covenant members reported last year                            5675        5446    229
 Covenant members received by confessions of faith               326         311     15
 Covenant members by transfer from other Wesleyan Churches        82          86     -4
 Community members received into Covenant membership              60         101    -41
 Covenant members removed                                        574         269    305
 Present number of covenant members                             5623        5675    -52
 Present number of community members                             955         840    115
 Total present number all members                               6578        6515     63


                                    CHURCH MINISTRIES
 Average A.M. attendance                                       8155          8247    -92
 Average P.M. attendance                                       1537          1533      4
 Average S.S. attendance                                       3652          3831   -179
 Persons saved                                                 1327          1842   -515
 Persons sanctified                                             454           429     25
 Persons declaring call to ministry                              44            45     -1
 Persons in short-term missions projects                        199           304   -105
 Persons baptized                                               270           300    -30
 Children dedicated                                             194           232    -38
 VBS average attendance                                        2158          2145     13
 Wesleyan Men average attendance                                436           348     78
 Wesleyan Women                                                1402          1077    325
 WKFM                                                           129           169    -40


                             COLLEGE STUDENT POTENTIAL
 College-age youth enrolled in Wesleyan colleges                 51           55     -4
 College-age youth enrolled in other colleges                   379          341     38



                                Stewardship of Finances

LOCAL CHURCH PROPERTY                          This Year      Last Year        Change
  Value of church, land, buildings             52,711,143     50,967,000      1,744,143
  Value of church-owned parsonages              5,642,670      5,800,000      (157,330)
  Total indebtedness on all property            6,127,613      6,172,000        (44,387)



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                 CASH INCOME                 This Year     Last Year          Change
Received by church & S.S.                 9,201,042.23   9,061,186.82          139,855
Received by WW                                  40,786         55,181         (14,395)
Received by WKFM                                 5,320            796             4,524
Received by Wesleyan Men                         9,466         17,315           (7,849)
Received by WY & YAI                            49,565         24,697           24,868
Received by Children’s Ministries                8,002         11,372           (3,370)
Other assessable income                        127,736        261,026        (133,289)
Total assessable income                      9,441,917      9,433,414           (8,503)
Borrowed, property sales, schools, etc.      2,710,980      2,580,066          130,915
Investments, bequests, estates                 326,575        118,695          207,880
DBA approved building projects                  26,673        477,568        (448,895)
Total received from all sources             13,258,629     13,056,908          201,722


CASH DISBURSEMENTS FOR LOCAL PURPOSES
 Pastors' salaries                           1,255,160     1,207,641            47,519
 Pastors' housing allowances/utilities         579,361       613,961          (34,600)
 Other benefits paid to/for pastors            736,344       701,461            34,883
 Associate/Assistant pastors' salaries         498,182       438,447            59,735
 Housing allowances for assistants             337,087       312,676            24,411
 Benefits for assistants                       388,121       374,603            13,518
 Local church operation                      3,783,575     4,204,285         (420,711)
 Christian Education                           548,238       637,145          (88,907)
 Local benevolences                            228,970       191,734            37,236
 Paid on indebtedness, principal & interest    779,972       765,184            14,788
 Property, construction, remodeling            493,265       543,303          (50,038)
 Total local purposes                       10,023,732    10,491,048         (467,316)


CASH DISBURSEMENTS FOR DISTRICT & GENERAL PURPOSES
 Paid on District Budget                  845,926               786,672            59,254
 General Department of World Missions     273,209               273,763             (555)
 WNAM, E&CG, WW, WH, HCH                  115,177                95,402            19,775
 Paid other district and general church    29,989                24,811             5,177
 Total district & general purposes        991,091               906,885            84,206


GRAND TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FOR ALL PURPOSES
Total disbursements, all purposes      11,014,823               11,397,933          (383,110)




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        WESLEYAN WOMEN DIRECTORY 2007-2008

                          General WW Director:
                          Mrs. Martha Blackburn
                          The Wesleyan Church
                             P.O. Box 50434
                          Indianapolis, IN 46250
                            ww@wesleyan.org
                              (317) 570-5164

                             District Director:
                            Mrs. Ginger Johnson
                            1246 Andover Road
                           Bethlehem, PA 18018
                          gingerjonson@juno.com
                              (610) 867-0271

                           Assistant Director:
                           Mrs. Cindy Wolfgang
                             3970 Main Street
                            Seyfert, PA 19508
                             jollycw@aol.com
                              (610) 582-8256

       Secretary:                                     WKFM Coordinator:
    Mrs. Kathy Geyer                                   Mrs. Joanne Bowers
     122 Pine Street                                   338 N. Fourth Street
 Millersburg, PA 17061                                 Lehighton, PA 18235
 kathygeyer@epix.net                                 joanneb@entermail.net
     (717) 692-3154                                      (610) 377-3927

       Treasurer:                                  Reading Course Recorder:
 Mrs. Eva May Simpkins                                Ms. Margaret Yeates
  601 Rising Sun Road                                 216-03 106th Avenue
 Millersburg, PA 17061                             Queens Village, NY 11429
emsimpkins@hotmail.com                                  (718) 464-2757
     (717) 692-7041
                                             World Prayer Fellowship Leader:
   Outreach Director:                                 Mrs. Alma Culp
  Mrs. Lorraine Jerdon                               Kelly Apartments
6820 Donats Peak Road                                 C-4 JPM Road
 New Tripoli, PA 18066                            Lewisburg, PA 17837
lorrainj@bethanywes.org                               (570)524-2274
      (610)756-3180




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          WESLEYAN WOMEN PENN-JERSEY DISTRICT BYLAWS
 1.   Resolved that the local treasurers of the WWI (Wesleyan Women International) and the
      WKFM (Wesleyan Kids for Missions) close their books annually by April 30, and that all
      monies be postmarked by May 5 to the WWI District Treasurer and the WKFM Director,
      respectively.
 2.   Resolved that the office of the WWI District Treasurer and the WWI District Statistician
      be combined because much of the detailed work is duplicated information.
 3.   Resolved that the WWI District Treasurer be permitted to name an assistant subject to
      the approval of the Executive Committee. This person is not a member of the Executive
      Committee.
 4.   Resolved that the annual statistical report of the local WWI be completed and
      postmarked by May 15 to the WWI District Treasurer.
 5.   Resolved that the WWI Executive Committee serve as the WWI Finance Committee.
 6.   Resolved that wives of ministers currently appointed by the District may be voting
      members of the WWI convention, provided they are active members of the WWI.
 7.   Resolved that voting for elected officers be done by the unified ballot.
 8.   Resolved that all reports be prepared for distribution at the annual convention. These
      reports are to be printed in the District Journal with editorial rights given to the WWI
      District Director and the WWI District Secretary.
 9.   Resolved that the WWI District Nominating Committee present nominations for the
      Executive Officers, World Prayer Fellowship Leader, and Reading Course Recorder to
      the District Convention. The District Executive Committee will appoint the District
      Nominating Committee on a yearly basis.
10.   Resolved that the WWI Executive Committee serve as the committee to make
      appointments for other than elected offices.
11.   Resolved that the WWI Executive Committee serve as the WWI Plan of Work
      Committee.
12.   Resolved that Local Directories, and other reports be postmarked by the date stipulated
      by the Executive Committee to the respective district officers.
13.   Resolved that the District Director receive $700, Treasurer $550, Secretary $400, WKFM
      Coordinator $350, Assistant Director $400, Outreach Director $350, and Assistant
      Treasurer $250 annual honoraria to be taken from the District Operating Fund.
14.   Resolved that the expenses of the WWI Executive Committee to all WWI District
      functions be taken from the District Operating Fund.
15.   Resolved that the WWI Executive Committee, when traveling in the interest of district
      business, shall be paid mileage at the current rate established by the District Board of
      Administration.
16.   Resolved that the officers of the Executive Committee be provided an annual
      subscription to The Wesleyan Woman. The WKFM Director will also be provided with a
      subscription to the Young Missionary.
17.   Resolved that each local chapter be granted delegates to the annual WWI convention as
      follows: WWI Director, WKFM Director, current pastor’s wife and based on Sunday
      morning worship attendance: 1-591 Delegate; 60-1252 Delegates; 126-2993
      Delegates; 300 & up—4 Delegates.




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                    2007 WESLEYAN WOMEN CONVENTION
                            DAILY PROCEEDINGS


The 39th annual Wesleyan Women Convention of the Penn-Jersey District of the Wesleyan
Church convened at 9:00 a.m. on June 2, 2007, at Calvary Wesleyan Church, Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania. The meeting began with prayer led by District Director, Ginger Johnson. The
theme for the convention was, “Get Up and Go!”

Cindy Wolfgang, District Assistant Director, shared that the morning’s worship may not be as
others have done in the past because God is using her as she is so that she can do it, which
supports the Wesleyan Women motto, “Doing what we can, when we can.” She led attendees
in a number of favorite children’s songs and popcorn praise, as well as providing special music
singing, “Find Us Faithful.”

The business meeting began by establishing the conference bar and the acceptance of the
meeting’s agenda.

Ginger Johnson presented the Director’s report by highlighting the first paragraph of her report
regarding what a Mighty God we serve. God has blessed this district with women willing to
serve Him.

Assistant Director, Cindy Wolfgang, presented her report and reported that the next District
Retreat will be held at the Eden Inn in Lancaster on March 28-29, 2008, with Ginger Johnson as
the speaker. She also reported that newsletters are mailed quarterly with information regarding
upcoming events and other activities of the District Wesleyan Women.

Eva May Simpkins, District Treasurer, distributed the Treasurer’s Report for 2006-2007 for
review. Funds received for the various ministries are immediately disbursed. On page two
under Summary, the balance on hand as of May 31, 2007, was $4,350.30, of which $1,792.76 is
not designated money. The remainder of the balance is designated as follows: $527.32 for
Susquehanna Zone retreat; $800.01 for Metropolitan Zone retreat; $326.00 for cultural
ministries; $326.00 for WKFM child support and $578.21 for General Convention.

Mrs. Simpkins reported that the District Project provides local chapters many opportunities to
become involved in a wide variety of ministries. Wesleyan Women throughout the district are
encouraged to support ministries through prayer and giving. The needs that will be supported
through the 2007-2008 District Project are: 15% to the Penn-Jersey Wesleyan Women
Outreach which includes retreat speakers and other retreat expenses, 60% to support Penn-
Jersey missionary families (4), 10% to Penn-Jersey WKFM for support of Penn-Jersey
missionary children; 10% to cultural ministries, and 5% to general convention fund. Mrs.
Simpkins reported the pledges received from participating churches thus far for the 2007-2008
district project total $2,990.

Lorraine Jerdon, Outreach Director, applauded the small churches for doing more than some of
the bigger churches. Women are the right-hand of the church! Mrs. Jerdon distributed cards
identifying the Sisters At Heart essay contest and announced that the deadline for submissions
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Lorraine involved the women in a discussion on how to get more women, especially our younger
women, involved in Wesleyan Women. Several comments from the floor included: find who is
really interested and what they can do; survey the women to identify their interests; personally
invite women to come to our programs and meetings; expose to the whole church what
Wesleyan Women do; and emphasize more local missions or needs.

Mrs. Jerdon announced that the winner of this year’s Women in Action Award was Delaware
Run. The winner was determined from the information received on the annual outreach
director’s reports. Mary Ann Baker, the local director at Delaware Run, identified some of their
activities as a Power Point picture presentation of their ladies was presented overhead.

The Wesleyan Women district officers will be addressing issues in a breakout session of the
CLAM convention in March, so if anyone has questions they would like addressed, please send
them to one of the officers.

Joanne Bowers, District WKFM Director, reported that 2006-2007 was a good year and that the
reading program is no longer available. 9 churches participated in WKFM and a WKFM in
Brooklyn was started.

Margaret Roehrig, the World Prayer Fellowship Leader, was unable to attend the convention to
present her report; however, her report is available in the convention packets.

Margaret Yeates, District Book Club Coordinator, presented her report and recommended
purchasing the books on CD and to also encourage men to read the books.

Following a brief break, the ballot for 2007-2008 officers was presented. Ginger Johnson
indicated that the Board is the nominating committee and all the current officers agreed to let
their name run except for Margaret Roehrig as World Prayer Fellowship Leader. Alma Culp,
who many know as a former Wesleyan Women Director, agreed to run for World Prayer
Fellowship Leader. There were no further nominations from the floor, and a motion by
Mary Ann Baker and seconded by Shirley Smith, to accept the nominations as presented, was
unanimously approved. The following persons were elected as the 2007-2008 District Officers
of the Penn-Jersey District Wesleyan Women:

Director – Ginger Johnson                          Secretary – Kathy Geyer
Assistant Director – Cindy Wolfgang                WKFM Coordinator – Joanne Bowers
Treasurer – Eva May Simpkins                       World Prayer Fellowship Leader – Alma Culp
Outreach Director – Lorraine Jerdon                Book Club Coordinator – Margaret Yeates

Carol Pickett was introduced as the convention speaker, and she shared her thoughts and
experiences supporting the theme of “Get Up and Go!”

The business session adjourned for lunch at 11:30 a.m., and Kathy Geyer prayed for the
luncheon.

At 12:30 p.m., the conference reconvened with Carol Pickett concluding her presentation from
the morning session. Joanne Bowers presented the WKFM award for the year to Ruth Crossley
for her 23 years of service as WKFM coordinator at the Trinity Wesleyan Church in Sunbury,
PA. Four churches were also recognized as the highest givers: Augustaville, Carney’s Point,
Cherryville, and Millersburg; and Delaware Run was recognized for having one child who felt the
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    Joanne Bowers also led the Celebration Service focusing on the song written in 1899 entitled,
    We Shall Shine As the Stars in the Morning. Those remembered were:

                                 Calvary Wesleyan, Bethlehem, PA
                                            Orene Miller
                                          Virginia Williams

                                  Bethany Wesleyan, Cherryville, PA
                                         Evelyn Crissinger
                                            Gayle Glose
                                         Catherine Hoffman
                                           Grace Silfies

                                  Lebanon Wesleyan, Lebanon, PA
                                          Hilda S. Stamm

                                  Trinity Wesleyan, Sunbury, PA
                                           Esther M. Herb
The Celebration Service ended with prayer and a minute of silence.

The meeting concluded at 1:05 p.m. with Gracie Cooper offering a prayer of dedication for the 2007-
2008 District Officers.

Respectfully Submitted,
Kathy Geyer, Secretary




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                       DISTRICT WESLEYAN WOMEN DIRECTOR
                                      MRS. GINGER JOHNSON

"What a Mighty God we serve, what a mighty God we serve; Angels fall before him, heaven and
earth adore him, what a mighty God we serve"...For weeks this chorus has been running though my
mind, day and night reminding me of what a Mighty God we do serve and I count it a privilege
to be able to serve the God of this troubled Universe in the capacity that I do with the Wesleyan
Women of the District. God Has blessed this district with women of unfailing faith and for this I praise
His name.

This year has been one of stretching my ministry farther than I have in the past. As we began our
new year, the Executive Committee met in September to first, introduce the new members of the
Board which the women elected and then to plan the first half of the year's meetings and events, and
again in March to finish out the year's activities. The fall season no sooner started then I was on my
way to the Northeast Women's Institute for Leadership Development at Eastern Hills Wesleyan
Church (Williamsville, NY).

Along with Cindy Wolfgang, I hosted the annual Fall Oasis at Calvary Wesleyan in Bethlehem with
the Theme "What kind of Tater are you" with Michelle Reigard as speaker. My travels through out
the District began with visiting Gospel Chapel in Northampton; Faith Chapel In Clinton, NJ; Trinity
Wesleyan in Allentown, and being invited to fill the pulpit at Calvary Wesleyan in Millersburg which
was a sheer delight. Next, came a visit to the Pine Grove Church followed with a weekend at Christ's
Wesleyan in Egg Harbor, NJ where I had the privilege of talking to the ladies and encouraging
them. A weekend at the Delaware Run Church had me speaking to the women on Saturday evening
and filling the pulpit Sunday Morning (I can get accustomed to this Dr. Wood). One more speaking
engagement followed when I had the opportunity to fill the pulpit at our Seyfert Wesleyan Church.

I would be amiss if I did not thank the pastors and their wives and all the women throughout the
District for the tremendous outpouring of your love and encouragement during my visits to your
congregations, the Oasis's and retreats.

I would like to thank Mrs. Margaret Yeates, coordinator of Metropolitan Zone for inviting me to their
retreat where there were over 125 ladies in attendance, who were fed the Word of God through
GREAT music and Scripture. I also had the privilege of attending the Lehigh Valley/ Susquehanna
Zone retreat (April 13-14 in which Mrs. Kathy Geyer is the coordinator and had planned
GREAT music with a gifted speaker. 140 ladies were in attendance.

Out of necessity to get this report sent on time I can say I am happy to mention that I will be filling
the pulpit the weekend of April 29th at our First Wesleyan Church in Jersey City, so I will report on
this experience next year. Along with the traveling and visiting of our churches, I keep with up with
the local churches and headquarters via e-mail, newsletters and phone calls. I thank
letters and phone calls. I thank the Lord for these wonderful opportunities. It has been a glorious,
exciting year!

It has been my privilege to serve with an amazing group of women who have a love for the women
of this District. This year however the faces around the conference table had changed but not their
zeal. When I am weary they lift me up, when I am overwhelmed, they pray for me and when we
need encouraging we encourage each other through the Power of the Holy Spirit and for this I am
grateful. To have Cindy Wolfgang as our Assistant Director has been a joy for me. Her
encouragement brings me delight. Lorraine Jerdon, the new Outreach Director, brings new eyes and
fresh ideas to the table and we are looking forward to what she has in store for the women of the


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district in the upcoming year. We are grateful to Kathy Geyer, our new Secretary, for joining the
board and bringing her secretarial skills with her. Eva May is our constant source of "faithfulness" to
the board. I appreciate all that she does in keeping us out of the “RED". Joanne Bowers continues
as our WKFM Coordinator and has an overwhelmingly great love for our children. I thank Margaret
Yeates, our Reading Course Recorder, for sharing her love of wonderful books with our women and
keeping the records straight and Margaret Roehrig our World Prayer Fellowship Leader who
unselfishly prays for our District and our missionaries.

I once again covet your prayers as we all meet in June at our Annual Wesleyan Women District
Conference in Bethlehem. We DO serve a Mighty God and we know He will be with us as we seek
His will and worship Christ the Lord.

Thank you once again for the honor of serving the Penn-Jersey District as Director of Wesleyan
Women and may our Lord bless you abundantly.

Joyfully in His Service,
Ginger Johnson




                            ASSISTANT DIRECTOR’S REPORT
                                      MRS. CINDY WOLFGANG

It has indeed been a privilege to serve as assistant director of the Penn Jersey Wesleyan Women.
The team which serves you brings a wide variety of gifts with them as they serve. It is evident in our
meetings they have a heart to serve and help meet the needs of women in our district.

Through the year I attended both Executive Board meetings, was overseer for the Fall Oasis,
prepared three newsletters and communicated with a number of people regarding the Ladies
Retreats. I do appreciate all the work that went into these retreats by the coordinators for this year,
Mrs. Margaret Yeates for the Metropolitan District and Kathy Geyer for the Susquehanna-Lebanon
Retreat. These ladies put in many hours to make these activities a blessing for all who attended.
And they both have secured the facilities for the 2009 retreats for the zone retreats again. Thank
you, ladies for all your work!

I have been in contact with Eden’s Inn regarding our Wesleyan Women’s District retreat which is
scheduled for March 28-29, 2008. All is scheduled. Ladies, come prepared to laugh and cry at the
same time with our own Ginger Johnson as the speaker. The theme is: “Are you Clothed?” You will
receive retreat info late next fall but start planning to attend.

Again, thank you for the privilege of serving on this committee. We always welcome your feedback.

Cindy Wolfgang




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                                     WESLEYAN WOMEN
                                DISTRICT TREASURER’S REPORT
                                        MRS. EVA MAY SIMPKINS


WESLEYAN WOMEN FUNDS:                        RECEIPTS           DISBURSEMENTS
Wesleyan Women Ministries -                     301.50               301.50
National Workers Christmas +                    195.00               195.00
Education and The Ministry +                    420.00               420.00
College -                                        25.00                25.00
Hephzibah -                                     275.00               275.00
Elizabeth Home +                                245.00               245.00
Help-A-Kid +                                      5.00                 5.00
Transition Home +                               275.00               275.00
Mission Equipment -                              93.00                93.00
The Storehouse +                                373.00               373.00
52 Commitment -                                 226.44               226.44
General Convention Fund +                        77.00                77.00
American Bible Society +                        224.00               224.00
Canadian Bible Society -                          0.00                 0.00
Educational Training Fund                       130.00               130.00
Self-Denial Offering -                           76.50                76.50
Wesleyan Women Projects +                       115.00               115.00
The Wesleyan Hour -                              15.00                15.00
Native American Ministries +                    850.00               850.00
WKFM Administration Fund                         40.00                40.00
Heart of Ministries -                         1,546.00             1,546.00
Christmas for Missionaries,
  Staff-Hephzibah & WNAM -                      260.00               260.00
Overseas Literature +                           170.00               170.00
Evangelism & Church Growth -                      0.00                 0.00
Easter Offering -                                35.00                35.00
Missionary Support +                          2,836.00             2,836.00
World Hope -                                    120.00               120.00
Norris Family +                                  10.00                10.00
National Worker’s Support -                  $9,198.44            $9,198.44
                 TOTAL GENERAL FUNDS

DISTRICT FUNDS:                             RECEIPTS     DISPURSEMENTS
2006 Convention Registrations                 1,474.00
District Operational Fund                     1,048.30
  (includes 52 Commitment)
Interest on checking account                      6.23
Fall District Oasis                           1,940.00
Metropolitan Retreat                         21,697.50
Susquehanna Retreat                          11,185.00
2007 Convention Registrations                 1,174.00

Kathleen Dieter (’06 Convention-
  Balance 80 meals)                                                 460.00
Convention gifts                                                     36.61
Convention folders and copies                                       259.75
Robert Johnson (convention-custodian)                               100.00
Pam Fetterhoff (convention-music)                                    50.00
Josh Leamon (convention-sound)                                       25.00


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                                                            DISBURSEMENTS
Bethlehem Church (convention-donation)                               100.00
Wesleyan Women 2006-2007 Desk Fund                                   400.00
Eden Inn (deposit 2007 Retreat)                                      250.00
Northeast WILD (registration for director)                            50.00
Ginger Johnson (2 nights lodging-WILD)                               100.00
Bethlehem Church
   (‘06 Oasis-donation and custodian)                                 200.00
Michelle Reigard (Oasis-speaker)                                      100.00
Pam Schaffer (Oasis-music)                                             75.00
Julie Beers (Oasis-music)                                              75.00
Josh Leamon (Oasis-sound)                                              25.00
Bethlehem WW (Oasis-106 meals)                                        636.00
Megan Reigard (Oasis-power point)                                      20.00
Cindy Wolfgang (Oasis-supplies)                                       220.00
Kathy Geyer (Susquehanna Zone Retreat)                                447.21
Eden Inn (Metropolitan Zone Retreat)                               19,317.49
Metropolitan Zone Retreat Refunds                                     245.00
Rev. Chermain Lashley (Retreat Speaker)                             1,000.00
WW Northeast Desk Fund (4 yrs. @ $25)                                 100.00
Country Cupboard (Susquehanna Retreat)                             11,166.00
Janet Specht (Retreat Speaker)                                        325.00
Kathleen Dieter
  (2007 convention meal deposit)                                     400.00
Eden Inn (2009 Metropolitan Retreat Dep.)                            250.00
Executive Committee expenses (travel,
  meals, postage, telephone,
  office supplies, etc.)                                             362.77

2006-2007 Executive Committee
Honorariums:
  Ginger Johnson                                                     700.00
  Cindy Wolfgang                                                     400.00
  Eva May Simpkins                                                   550.00
  Kathy Geyer                                                        400.00
  Lorraine Jerdon                                                    350.00
  Joanne Bowers                                                      350.00

TOTAL DISTRICT FUNDS                         $38,535.03           $29,545.83

SUMMARY
Balance on Hand June 1, 2006                 $ 4,057.10
District Operating Funds                     $38,545.03
District Project 2006-2007                   $ 1,304.00
       TOTALS                                $43,896.13           $39,545.83

BALANCE ON HAND MAY 31, 2007                                       $4,350.30



                        Respectfully submitted,
                        Eva May Simpkins
                        Treasurer




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                     DISTRICT OUTREACH DIRECTOR’S REPORT
                                       MRS. LORRAINE JERDON

“Women doing what we can, when we can” has long been the motto of Wesleyan Women. Through
my conversations with many of you and from reading your annual outreach reports, I can see that
you are doing exactly that.

This past year the Oasis was held on October 7, 2006 at Calvary Wesleyan Church in Bethlehem.
The theme for the day was “What Kind of Tator Are You?” Michelle Reigard and the ladies from the
Gospel Chapel gave an entertaining skit with a deep message. We learned about imitators,
hesitators, agitators, instigators and more! Many thanks belong to Cindy Wolfgang who put the
Oasis together. We enjoyed a wonderful baked potato lunch, learned fun potato facts, and
exchanged potato recipes.

This year’s Oasis will be held on Saturday, October 6 at Calvary Wesleyan Church in Bethlehem.
The theme is friendship and is entitled “Women Are Sisters at Heart.” We are looking for stories
of friendship between women who share a bond in the categories of: Spiritual Sister, Momentary
Sister, Soul Sister or Earthly (biological) Sister. The winner will receive a check for $100 and will be
recognized at the Fall Oasis so be sure to let your women know about this contest! The deadline to
send in your typed or printed stories has been moved to July 1. You can email your stories to
lorrainj@bethanywes.org with “Sisters at Heart” in your subject line. If you would like more
information on this contest, please call me at 610-442-6478.

It has been a pleasure and an honor to serve you this year and I look forward to getting to know you
better in the coming year. Thanks for all you do in your service to the Lord.

Respectfully Submitted,
Lorraine Jerdon
Outreach Ministries Director



                            WKFM COORDINATOR’S REPORT
                                       MRS. JOANNE BOWERS

IN APPRECIATON
Send the Message to the World was the theme for Wesleyan Kids for Missions for the 2006-2007
church year. The key verse was John 3:16. The children learned that God calls everyone to tell the
world that God loves them. Each lesson helped to stimulate our boys and girls to have an interest in
missions.

Recently I was giving a Bible lesson on Paul sailing to Rome. The “northeaster” swept down, and
the ship was caught in the storm. On the fifteenth day the ship struck a sandbar and was broken to
pieces. All the prisoners either swam or held unto pieces of the ship and made it safely to the land.

Before the lesson I built a ship with masking tape on the floor. I had the 25 children sit in the ship as
I told the story. Of course, there were sounds of wind and rain, and squirming children. When I
(Paul) got up and told them they could eat and gave them bread, there were cries for more. Then
the ship wrecked. Some of the children were sure they could swim and jumped into the water and
swam to shore. Some of them looked hopefully to me saying they could not swim. So we left them
hang onto each other to get to land. I was left sitting in the boat, and all the children were safe on
the shore. Before I could get up, several children jumped back into the water. “Teacher, teacher,

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we’ll help you get to shore.” And they grabbed my arms and struggled to get me safely to land.

I learned that children are sensitive to the needs of others, and will give sacrificially to others. One
Christmas I encouraged them to put one dollar in the Christmas stocking for the missionary offering.
“Please, teacher, may I give five dollars instead of one.” In collecting pennies for missionaries many
of the children empty out their piggy banks and give cheerfully to the Lord.

Wesleyan Kids for Missions helps children to practice giving. We are cultivating missionaries for
today and tomorrow.

                   GOD LOVES WHEN OUR CHILDREN GIVE CHEERFULLLY!

Below are the annual statistics compiled from 10 units for the 2006-2007 church year.

STATISTICS
                                   2005-2006         2006-2007
Active Units                          12                 10
Active Members                        127               111
Honorary Members                      248               252
Children who accepted Christ           2                 1
Children who felt a call               1                 1


IN RECOGNITION
This year we had 10 churches in which participated in the Wesleyan Kids for Missions program. I
would like to recognize the following churches. Augustaville, Carney’s Point, Cherryville, and
Millersburg were the highest givers. Cherryville had the highest gain in active and honorary
members. Delaware Run had one child accept the Lord and one child who felt a call. Thank you,
local coordinators, for cultivating future missionaries!
We wish to welcome the Pilgrim Wesleyan church, Brooklyn, New York. Myrna Fortuna is the new
Wesleyan Kids for Missions coordinator for this church.
Also, we would like to recognize Ruth Crossley as she retires this year. Ruth was the Wesleyan Kids
for Missions coordinator of the Trinity Wesleyan Church in Sunbury, PA. She has served in this
capacity for 23 years. During those years she averaged 19 children and gave generously to
missions. We will miss her.


SPECIAL DISTRICT PROJECT
The district project is a special project chosen by the district coordinator. It is a need that is met by
churches giving above and beyond the designated offerings in our manual.
This year our district project included three missionary families: Tom and Grace Ensz and children;
Keith and Patty Norris and children; and Jim and Karen Pickett and children. Our goal was $900 in
which included $300 for each family. The total amount received this year was $1,055. The Ensz’
family received $352, the Norris’ family received $349.50, and the Pickett’ familly received $353.50.
We would like to thank the following churches for participating in this project: Augustaville, Carney’s
Point, Cherryville, Jamaica Queens, Millersburg, Stonington, and Sunbury.


LOOKING AHEAD
Blazing New Trails for God is the theme for 2007-2008 Wesleyan Kids for Missions program. The
key verse is “Everyone who has led others to please God will shine like the stars.” Daniel 12:3 CEV

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The WKFM Leader’s Manual and Resource Kit can be ordered from the Wesleyan Publishing House
at 1-800-493-7539. Included with the manual is a DVD in which features the areas of study for the
year, and a copy of the January – March, 2007 Wesleyan World magazine.
Respectfully submitted,
Joanne Bowers



                                            WKFM FINANCIAL REPORT

Beginning Balance 5/1/06 ................................................................................. $1,105.65

Receipts
Offerings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .$3,191.07
Interest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .   0.85
District Desk Fund. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . .          62.96
World Hope International . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . 349.50

TOTAL RECEIPTS ........................................................................................... $3,604.38

Disbursements

General Church
Total General Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . … . . . . . . . .$ 370.56
Total Global Partners/WM . . . . . . . .. . ... .. . . . . . . 2,151.40
Total Education & The Ministry . . . ….… . . . . . . . . 179.56
Easter Offering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . … .. . . . . . . . . . . 140.69
Heart of Ministries. . . . . . . . . . . . . ….. . . . . . . . . . . 105.94
Hephzibah Children’s Home . . . . . …. . . . . . . . . . . 108.71
Bible Societies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . … . . . . . . . . . . . 134.21

          TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,191.07

District Funds
Global Partners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 16.00
Postage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64.34
Supplies/copies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 89.79
Wesleyan Publishing House. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 53.49
World Hope International. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 349.50

          TOTAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$573.12

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .............................................................................. $3,764.19

Receipts less Disbursements ........................................................................ ($159.81)

Ending Balance 4/30/07 ................................................................................... $ 945.84

Respectfully Submitted
Joanne Bowers (5/14/07)



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                                       BOOK CLUB REPORT
                                        MS. MARGARET YEATES

                                        2005-2006             2006-2007

TOTAL CHURCH PARTICIPATION                    10                    11
TOTAL ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
     IN WOMEN’S MINISTRIES                                         309
NUMBER OF WOMEN READING
     TWO REQUIRED BOOKS                        41                   46
TOTAL NUMBER OF READERS                       134                  159

Comparing the number of Active Participants in Women’s Ministries with the number of readers, the
question comes to mind: Why? Is it that our busy schedules do not allow for much reading? Our
books are also offered on CDs which should make it easier to listen while we do other things, like
cooking and cleaning and driving, etc. However, comparing this year’s numbers with last year’s, we
note an encouraging improvement throughout. Could it be that we are using the CDs? Wonderful!

The 2007-2008 selections are, It’s Not About Me by Max Lucado and The End of the Spear by Steve
Saint, both of which are available from the General Office of Wesleyan Women at a combined cost
of $34.99 which includes postage. The CDs are the same price. Purchase your copies early so that
more persons will have an opportunity to read them.

The sub-title of Max Lucado’s book is, Rescue from the Life We Thought Would Make Us Happy. If
you have read Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot you will want to continue the story in
The End of the Spear.

Respectfully Submitted,
Margaret Yeates
District Book Club Coordinator


                 WORLD PRAYER FELLOWSHIP LEADER’S REPORT
                                       MRS. MARGARET ROEHRIG

10 CHURCHES REPORTING
                                           Active        # Choosing Weekly          Systematic
                                        Participants     Missionary   Prayer &         Bible
                                                       Prayer Partner Fasting         Study
Delaware Run                                 105             10            No           No
Jamaica-Queens                               45              45            Yes          Yes
Jersey City                                  65              0             Yes          Yes
Lebanon Wesleyan                              8              0             No           No
   They conduct a biweekly Bible study group at a senior apartment complex near their church with an
   average attendance of 6 residents participating. The church has an active prayer line.
Olivet Wesleyan                              13              13            No           Yes
Pilgrim Wesleyan (Brooklyn)                  30              13            Yes          Yes
Stonington                                  10-12            5             No           No
Carlisle                                     25              0             No           No
   They have an active prayer chain.
TOTALS                                      303              78              3           4

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                               DISTRICT YOUTH CABINET

Youth President: Rev. Justin Leininger              Justin_Leininger@hotmail.com
178 Scenic View Road
Pine Grove, PA 17963
(570) 573-9750

Treasurer: Rev. Shannon D’Agostino                  shan_113@yahoo.com
443 Walnut St.
Millersburg, PA 17061
(717) 692-2841

CLAM Convention: Rev. Daniel Mack               danielm@bethanywes.org
P.O. Box 999
Cherryville, PA 18035
(610) 767-1239

WBB Director: Rev. Jim (PJ) Terwilliger             pastorjim@cwcmilton.org
PO Box 224
Milton, PA 17847
(570) 742-0701

Member-at-Large: Rev. Greg Clendaniel               pgglen@ptd.net
2548 State Rt. 890
Paxinos, PA 17860
(570) 286-5034

Member-at-Large: Joan Harmon                    Joha01@comcast.net
1 Butternut Street
Jersey City, NJ 07305
(201)221-4106

Member-at-Large: Brian Howard                   optimalpoptitude@comcast.net
3089 Manheim Ave.
May’s Landing, NJ 08330
(609) 517-2653

Member-at-Large: Pastor Scott Kendall           pastorScott@cwcmilton.org
363 Stamm Rd
Milton, PA 17847
(570) 742-8987

Member-at-Large: Rev. Mike McClung              pastormike@chiunited.org
5151 Chichester Ave.
Aston, PA 19014
(610) 485-5335

Member-at-Large: Pastor Mark Soone              pmsoone@hotmail.com
99 Palentine Road
Pittsgrove, NJ 08318
(856) 358-2926


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                DISTRICT WESLEYAN YOUTH DIRECTOR’S REPORT
                                       REV. JUSTIN LEININGER

It was great to have the opportunity to serve the Penn-Jersey District a second year as its District
Youth President. The District Youth Staff are very excited about what is planned for this year. After
an incredible youth camp last year, we have very high expectations for what will be taking place this
year. Again, we are going to be investing as much time as possible into the relationships and
accountability that is formed between counselor and student. We are encouraging all churches to
send counselors along with their youth.

With this goal in mind, last year we created a District Youth Leader’s Retreat to strengthen the
communication and camaraderie of the youth leaders in our district. It was a success and we are
holding the retreat again this year at the Tuscarora Inn & Conference Center on June 15-16.

We are excited about what is happening the rest of the year as well. It was great to have CLAM back
this year and we expect things only to get better for next year. After a year off, we anticipate
Breakout coming back revamped. Also, we are in the process of teaming with the General Youth
Department to put together a new event that will focus on mentoring and educating youth looking to
go into ministry.

Many people devoted a lot of time and effort into making these events great, and I would like to
highlight a few. Shannon D’Agostino has proven herself a fundamental part of the District Youth
Staff and as our treasurer. Shannon had incredible gifts in the area of financial management and
she has shown strong leadership skills and insight concerning ministry focus and direction.

This year Dan Mack was our Youth CLAM director and has made himself an essential part of our
District Youth Staff. He has incredible creativity and a keen ability to understand youth and how to
impact them. Both strengths have been shown in not just CLAM but in every event we hold.

Bible Bowl keeps on getting better! Rev. Jim Terwilliger continues to direct this event and it is quite
evident that his heart and the hearts of those around him are in this event, as each year teens look
forward to this competition. His skills have helped to make our District Bible Bowl one of the best in
our denomination.

Part of what makes our district staff effective is the input of a large group of committed individuals,
including Greg Clendaniel, Joan Harmon, Ron Heiler, Brian Howard, Scott Kendall, Mike McClung,
and Mark Soone. Their heart and passion for youth have a significant impact on every event we run.
We all look forward to this next year and the chance to further impact the youth of the Penn-Jersey
District.

Working together for Him,
Rev. Justin Leininger


                         2007-2008 DISTRICT YOUTH EVENTS
       Youth Camp – August 18-22, 2008
       Breakout, Date TBA - evangelistic and fellowship oriented all night event
       CLAM, March 1, 2008
       Wesleyan Bible Bowl (WBB) – year round training with final invent in early summer
       Campus Challenge (formally TNT) Talent and Ministry Development Event - July ’08


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              DISTRICT WESLEYAN YOUTH TREASURER’S REPORT
                                REV. SHANNON D’AGOSTINO


Balance forward as of May 01, 2006                                    $1,643.27
                                         Receipts         Expenses
INCOME:
   Youth Camp                            41,546.00
   District Allocation                    6,000.00
   Leader’s Retreat                       1,017.00
   Returned check                          -100.00

                                        $48,463.00                   $48,463.00
                                                                     $10,106.27
EXPENSES:
  Youth Camp                                           42,559.70
  FUEL 06                                                 961.12
  Leader’s Retreat 06                                     781.53
  General operational Expense                             731.80
  Wesleyan Bible Bowl                                     508.67
  Leader’s Retreat 07                                     450.00
  Youth Cabinet Expenses                                  432.65
  Website                                                 216.00
  CLAM 07                                                 110.60
  Bank Service Charges                                     87.00
  Postage                                                  58.20
                                                      $46,897.27     $46,897.27
Balance as of April 30, 2007                                         $ 3,209.00




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                        2007-2008 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
                       The Penn-Jersey District of The Wesleyan Church



June 2007
June 6-7       39th Annual District Conference
June 7         District Board of Administration Meeting
June 14-17     The Summit (Wesleyan Women Convention), Indianapolis, IN
July 8         Uniform date for pastoral changes
July 9-13      Wesleyan Kids’ Camp at Seyfert Camp, Seyfert, PA
July 26-27     Campus Challenge (formerly TNT) Houghton College
August 3-12    Willow Lake Wesleyan Camp, New Columbia, PA
August 4-12    Family Camp, Seyfert, PA
August 16      CLAM Steering Committee Meeting
August 18      Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meeting, 10 a.m., District Center
August 16-18   Spanish Speaking Churches Retreat, Seyfert, PA
August 20-24   District Wesleyan Youth Camp, Tuscarora Inn, Mount Bethel, PA
September 8    Wesleyan Women Executive Committee Meeting, Bethlehem, PA
September 13   New Pastor’s Orientation, 10 a.m., District Center
September 15   District Board of Administration, 9:30 a.m., District Center
September 22   Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meeting, 10 a.m., District Center
September 30   Ordination Service, 6:00 p.m., Calvary Temple, Allentown, PA
October        Annual LBA review of Church Membership Roll
               District-wide Pastor Appreciation Month
October 6      Wesleyan Women, Ladies Oasis, Calvary Wesleyan Church, Bethlehem, PA
October 7-13   Heaven Week, The Wesleyan Church
October 15-16  Pastor’s Prayer and Fast Retreat, Blue Mountain Retreat Center, New
               Ringgold, PA
October 18     CLAM Steering Committee Meeting, 9:30 a.m., District Center
October 22-27  DBMD regional annual progress reviews, times and locations to be announced
October 27     Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meeting, 10 a.m., District Center
November       Annual LBA reviews of pastor’s housing allowance designation
               Self-Denial Offerings for Global Partners/World Missions
November 3     District Board of Administration, 9:30 a.m., District Center
November 8     Pastor’s Seminar-Developing Intentional Missional Churches (Phil Stevenson-
               presenter) District Center, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
November 15    CLAM Steering Committee Meeting, 9:30 a.m., District Center
December 2     First Sunday in Advent
December 28-31 Set Apart ’07 Youth Convention, Orlando, FL

January 2008     Annual review of church insurance policies
                 Annual review of corporation filing requirements for incorporated churches
January 12       Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meeting, 10 a.m., District Center
January 25-27    Pastors’ and Spouses’ Retreat, Eden Inn, Lancaster, PA
January 27       Sanctity of Life Sunday
February         Annual LBA Review of Pastoral Support
                 Wesleyan Women Heart of Ministries Offering
February 4-9     DBMD – regional annual progress reviews, times and locations to be announced
February 6       Ash Wednesday – Beginning of 40 days of Prayer and Fast Emphasis
February 7       Wesleyan Kids’ Camp Planning Meeting, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., District Center
February 16      Spanish Pastor’s Meeting, Clinton, NJ
February 19      District Finance Committee, 10 a.m., District Center – District Budget
February 23      District Board of Administration, 9:30 a.m., District Center
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March 1        Christian Life and Ministry Convention (CLAM), Allentown, Youth (Cherryville
               Bethany) and Kids’ C.L.A.M. (Allentown Trinity) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 8        Wesleyan Women Board Meeting, Calvary Wesleyan Church, Bethlehem, PA
March 10-11    Pastor’s Prayer and Fast Retreat, Blue Mountain Retreat Center, New
               Ringgold, PA
March 15       Deadline for mailing/faxing recommendations for new licensee interviews
March 15       E & CG Board Meeting, 9:30 a.m. (Church Planter’s Meeting)
March 16       Palm Sunday
March 23       Easter Sunday and Easter Offering for Wesleyan Home Missions
March 27       CLAM Steering Committee Meeting, 9:30 a.m., District Center
March 28-29    Wesleyan Women Retreat – Eden Inn, Lancaster, PA
March 29       DBMD—ordination interviews, 9:30 a.m., District Center
March 30       Pastoral call renewal votes
April 12       District Nominating Committee Meeting, 9:30—Noon, District Center
April 19       Children’s Ministry Mentoring Meeting, 10:00 a.m., District Center
April 26       DBMD—new licensee and transferring minister interviews and Annual Service
               Reports review, 9:30 a.m., District Center
April 30       End of district fiscal year-on-time USF/District budget final payments due
May 3          District Board of Administration, 9:30 a.m., District Center
May 4          Family Sunday
May 11         Mother’s Day
May 15         Due date for Annual Service Reports from all district ministerial personnel
May 15         Due date for all Annual Church Statistical Reports
June 7-11      General Conference of The Wesleyan Church, Orlando, FL
June 14        Wesleyan Women District Convention, Calvary Wesleyan Church, Bethlehem, PA
June 18-19     40th Annual Penn-Jersey District Conference
July 14-18     Wesleyan Kids’ Camp at Seyfert Camp, Seyfert, PA
August 18-22   District Youth Camp, Tuscarora Inn, Mount Bethel, PA




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