Wesleyan Holiness Consortium
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The Wesleyan Holiness Consortium is a holiness movement organization which seeks to reconceive and promote Biblical holiness in today's churches, particularly those who are historically rooted in the evangelical movement initiated by the Rt. Rev. John Wesley, namely Methodists and Pentecostals. The Wesleyan Holiness Consortium aims to guide efforts and projects focused on holiness in the 21st century for pastors, unity within and among the participating churches, a holiness voice to the broader church, and the importance of holiness in the future mission of the church.
- Assemblies of God (USA)
- Brethren in Christ Church
- Christian & Missionary Alliance
- Christian & Missionary Alliance - Canada
- Church of God (Anderson, Indiana)
- Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)
- Church of the Nazarene
- Free Methodist Church
- Grace Communion International
- International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
- International Pentecostal Holiness Church
- Shield of Faith Fellowship of Churches
- Evangelical Church (ECNA)
- The Salvation Army
- United Methodist Church
- Wesleyan Church
- Mannoia, Kevin; Thorsen, Don (April 2008). The Holiness Manifesto. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. ISBN 9780802863362. Retrieved 2007-12-31.
It consisted of scholars and denominational leaders from a range of Wesleyan and Pentecostal churches who are seeking to reconceive and promote biblical holiness in today's churches.
- "A Brief History of the Wesleyan Holiness Consortium". Wesleyan Holiness Consortium. Retrieved 2007-12-31.
Subsequently, the WHC was adjusted to have a Steering Committee to which churches would give involvement and support rather than an organization to which they would belong. The WHC would give itself to guiding efforts and projects focused on: Holiness in the 21st Century for pastors, Unity within and among the participating churches, A Holiness voice to the broader Church, The importance of Holiness in the future mission of the Church.
- "Participating Denominations". Retrieved 2014-01-16.