Holmes Wesley group growing


Despite losing many active students to graduation, the Wesley Foundation at Holmes Community College has seen attendance continue to increase.


The Wesley Foundation choir, Voices of Praise, has recruited new members, and it continues to grow in voices and commitment.

A new student, Walter Roberts, brought the first student message on Oct. 15. He shared with the group from Timothy 2 about endurance and prayer.


Fall revival was Oct. 29-31. One the first night, the Rev. Leon Collier from Canton United Methodist Church spoke to the group. Mattie Bland of Shelby spoke the next night, and finally Joe McCall of Cleveland spoke. The Voices of Praise sang each night.


Dr. Glenn Boyce, the president of the Goodman campus ,attended this years’ fall revival.

The Rev. Rosalyn Davis, a staff member on campus, continues to be instrumental as a team member with the students and the other board members of the Goodman campus Wesley Foundation.


Holmes Community College Wesley Foundation has a wish list for musical instrument for the choir:

• A drum set

• Bass guitar with amp

• Keyboard with amp


All of the former students with instruments graduated last spring. “We thank God for Henry Parham who has blessed us with his faithfulness by playing his keyboard for the choir at this time,” the Rev. Martha Williams, Wesley leader.


Wesley Foundation at Holmes Community College-Goodman meets at 6 p.m. Monday nights.