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The Wesleyan Church First Wesleyan Church is a member of the Wesleyan Church International with headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Wesleyan Church was established in 1843 when a group of churches left the Methodist church with the twin goals of opposing slavery and promoting the doctrine of Scriptural holiness in the daily lives of Christian believers. The Wesleyan Church is a conservative, evangelical denomination which faithfully holds to all the essential, historical doctrines of Christianity such as the full inspiration of the Bible, the fallen state of man, man's need of spiritual rebirth, the deity of Christ, the biblical mandate that Christians are to live holy lives, the future physical resurrection, the historical gospel, etc. (I Corinthians 15:1-6) Additional information regarding the Wesleyan Church and its numerous worldwide ministries may be viewed at:


The Weseyan Church


Association of Christian Schools International
FWCS is an active member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), which is the largest and fastest growing fellowship of Christian schools in the world. ACSI has over 5,000 member schools which minister to over 1,000,000 students. ACSI is an interdenominational fellowship that provides its member schools with a variety of services, e.g., legal guidance, regional teacher conventions, curriculum, and various student activities such as spelling bees, speech meets, math contests, athletic tournaments, etc.



Greater Charlotte Association of Christian Schools
First Wesleyan Christian School is a member of GCACS which is an organization comprised of some 20 private Christian schools located in the Metrolina region of Charlotte, North Carolina, and includes schools from the city of Charlotte and six counties. The organization meets regularly for fellowship and professional development activities that enhance the quality of Christian education in member schools.