Established in 2010, the World Evangelical Center’s vision is to see the global Church united and equipped to effectively build God’s Kingdom together.
Its mission is to serve as a center for global evangelical missions; a space for evangelicals to meet, educate and collaborate; and an innovative resource hub to equip churches around the world.
Located 60 miles north of New York City on a beautiful 1,000-acre land, WEC features more than 70 buildings that offer space for conferences, offices, classrooms, sports and residential facilities, and more.
WEC’s use includes a Christian Innovation Center, a Media & Information Center, a Vocational Training Center, a Sports Center (including its own golf course), St. Luke Medical Center, and several other spaces that encourage collaboration among different evangelical ministries and serve the needs of evangelical leaders today.
The WEC lies on NY Route 22 that connects New York City with Albany and Metro-North Railroad’s Harlem Valley-Wingdale station is located on campus, which allows a direct train connection to Grand Central.