The Wesley Guild is a worldwide Christian youth organisation that was established in Liverpool, Britain. It was established with the aim to retain young people within the Wesleyan Church. The Wesley Guild was established on 30 July 1896.
Operating in 12 countries: The Wesley Guild is currently active in twelve countries: Botswana, Ghana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, United Kingdom.
The Wesley Guild has ceased to exist in several countries where it used to operate including: Barbados, Ceylon, China, Congo, Gibraltar, Guyana, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Sudan, Trinidad, West Indies
- The Guild stands for Christian Service- in doing God’s will, and helping to bring in his kingdom.
- The Guild stands for Culture– for the development of our God given talents so that we continually grow in the knowledge of goodness, beauty and truth.
- The Guild stands for Comradeship with all people, especially those who acknowledge their place in the Family of God’s Church.
- The Guild stands for the consecration of all that we have and are to the Lord Jesus Christ, whose name we proudly bear.
The Wesley Guild seeks opportunities to enrich and stimulate our Christian faith through fellowship, talks and discussions, worship and Bible Study.
The Wesley Guild emphasises the necessity of being a good neighbour to those in need.
The Wesley Guild encourages people to join the Guild to enable them to access the Good News that Jesus loves them and to warmly receive any person into the fellowship of the Guild.