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The Wesley Food Pantry is shining a spotlight on some of their volunteers in a semi-regular feature on their website and in email newsletters. To read about two amazing volunteers who go above and beyond, visit their Volunteer Spotlight.
We are pleased to announce that students at Wesley are joining the Thursdays in Black campaign. Thursdays in Black originated in Argentina during the 1970s when women began wearing black sashes to honor their friends and family members who were being raped and abused. They would also gather in silence every Thursday to protest the
The latest issue of the Spire newsletter is now available. In this installment, read about marriage equality and the United Methodist Church, about an upcoming concert by the Brilliance, and (as always!) about events and opportunities at Wesley. Click here to access February’s Spire! And click here to read back issues of the Spire.
This spring Social Action Ministry will focus on contemporary issues facing the United Methodist Church. Join us for a potluck and conversation about Marriage Equality in the UMC after a combined 10:30am worship service on Sunday February 22. Each week, SAM will updated this page with new chapter summaries from the book, “Finding Our Way:
COMING THIS MONTH! ANNUAL JANUARY LITERARY TEA SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 2:00 -4:30 pm in West Lounge “THE AMERICAN IMMIGRATION EXPERIENCE” The books below will be reviewed by these Wesley reviewers: A Nation of Immigrants by Susan Martin will be reviewed by Craig Chamberlain Call It Sleep by Henry Roth will be reviewed by Yvette Whitley
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n August, 2013, Jeffrey Ford—a former Campus Minister and Associate Director of the Wesley Foundation from 1985 to 1996—developed a severe strep infection which turned into sepsis. The infection required amputations of both of his legs and parts of his fingers. After a long recovery with prosthetics and extensive physical therapy, he feels moved to
Are you and your family wondering about how to make good housing choices as life changes? Here are some of the questions to be discussed at a January 11th workshop: Should we stay where we are or move closer to our children and grandchildren? How do I tell if our kids want us closer? What
Environmentally-conscious and diverse faith organization Faith in Place (of which Wesley is a member) has released a new video about their work. Wesley’s own Eleanor and Charles Evans pop up. Check it out to learn more about Faith in Place: