Who We Are

The Wesleyan Holiness Consortium Freedom Network (WHCFN) is an affinity network of the Wesleyan Holiness Consortium, which exists to support regional, national, and international networks of abolitionists. We are united in a common heritage, founded on Wesleyan principles of holiness.

The WHC Freedom Network is compelled to fight modern day slavery not only because it is a good cause, but because it is an outpouring of who we are. Our identity in Christ compels us to fight slavery, to advocate for the equality of women, and to bring justice and reconciliation into the dark places of this world.

The Purpose of the WHC Freedom Network

1. To provide practical ways for churches to actively engage against slavery
2. To strive toward making abolitionist work mainlined so that every church can facilitate their own efforts well  
3. To provide an enhanced resource network to all members
4. To allow for collaboration of our strengths, for the betterment of our work


2016 Freedom Sunday ~ February 14

Event Archive

2015 Freedom Network Post-Summit Press Release

2014 National Freedom Network Meeting

On Thursday, February 20, 2014 The WHC Freedom Network hosted its third national meeting of abolitionists from the Wesleyan tradition. The meeting was held at America’s Christian Credit Union in Glendora, CA. 

The Justice Conference

The WHC Freedom Network attended this year’s Justice Conference, on February 21-22 in Los Angeles, CA.

Freedom Sunday

Freedom Sunday was observed on March 9, the first day of Lent. Joining with the Free Methodist Church, the WHC Freedom Network helped to coordinate the efforts of many Wesleyan denominations to bring awareness of the plight of those in bondage around the world, and to provide churches with practical ways to fight slavery.

Our Mission

"The Wesleyan Holiness
Freedom Network
seeks to foster
a collaborative
approach to ending
slavery by proclaiming a

hopeful alternative and
by engaging
in smart,
effective, sustainable action."

“Speak up for those who

cannot speak for themselves;
ensure justice for those
being crushed.
Yes, speak up for the poor
and helpless, and see
that they get justice.”
– Prov 31:8-9

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