Wesley: A portrayal


Fred Moore, a retired high school teacher of 33 years in Illinois, recreates a portion of the life of John Wesley, the Anglican priest from London who began the Methodist movement in the 18th century. Wesley, at the age of 70, looks back on his life and experiences. It is a program of wit and wisdom and inspiration and challenge created from the journals and writings of this unique individual. “Fred serves an ordained pastorate in Frostproof, FL and has long been fascinated by the life of John Wesley. During his tenure as a communications teacher in Downers Grove, Illinois, he directed 27 musicals and 33 plays and performed in leading roles in several community theatre productions. He brings to this portrayal both a professional and a personal quality, as he finds Wesley a man of faith who has profoundly influenced his own spiritual life. Program Length: 40 minutes

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