John Wesley lived and died an Anglican priest. Being the founder of Wesleyanism, not only did he incorporate much of Arminius’ thoughts into Wesleyanism, he also incorporated a fair amount of Eastern Orthodoxy.
Note these three articles that help to show this connection:
– A Macarian-Wesleyan Theology of Mission by Matt Friedman, Found in Asbury Theological Seminary, 67.1 (2012), 93-111
Click here to download the article: A Macarian-Wesleyan Theology of Mission
– John Wesley and Eastern Orthodoxy: Influences, Convergences & Differences by Randy L Maddox. Found in The Asbury Theological Journal, 45.2 (1990): 29-53
Click here to download the article: Wesley and EO
– The Path to Perfection in Pseudo-Macarius and John Wesley by John C English, Found in Pacifica, 11 (1998): 54-62
Click here to download the article: pseudo-macarius