Warner Pacific University (WPU) welcomes Dr. Rev. Angulus Wilson as the new University Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministries. His first day at WPU is November 15, 2021.

“Chaplains are essential to higher education where students are seeking to explore and deepen understanding of their faith and who they are to be in this world,” noted President Dr. Brian Johnson. “By accompanying students through their demanding schedules, Rev. Wilson can address questions, doubts, failures as well as illuminate and ignite purpose in our students.”

For 30 years Dr. Wilson has served in national and international ministry. As a University Pastor and church planter he has started congregations across North America, and matriculated through several Universities of higher learning. Angulus has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Fresno Pacific University, a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Formation and Evangelism from Wheaton College, and Doctorate of Ministry from Azusa Pacific University.

Because of his passion for making disciples and equipping students for the work of ministry, he develops International Bible Schools, conferences and seminars to train leaders for Christian service.

“There is no greater joy than to serve students in this critical time of formation on their journey, said Rev. Wilson. “To be an exegetical guide in their maturation is worth more than the tongue can tell. I’m truly honored and excited to be a part of the Warner Family.”

Rev. Wilson is married to Sharon Wilson, and together they have shared the wonderful duty of raising three sons.