Monday, May 20-Friday, May 24
DMin classes, 9 am – 4pm
Wednesday, May 22
DEADLINE for email announcements, 12 pm! Please send nearly “camera ready” information in Calibri font, 12pt to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Sunday, May 26
French Speaking Protestant Church, 10:30 am – 1 pm, Chapel and Narthex
Malagasy Community, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm, Chapel and Narthex
Monday, May 27
Offices closed for Memorial Day. No classes.
Tuesday, May 28
Summer Classes Begin
END OF SEMESTER REMINDERS FROM THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE:
HAVE YOU ENJOYED THE TUESDAY CHAPEL COMMUNION BREAD? Volunteers are needed to continue the bread-baking ministry so that there will be fresh bread each week. The more volunteers, the easier the workload. The recipe is fast and easy - or you might use your own! Contact Madelyn Campbell at Madelyncampbell@gmail.com to volunteer or for more information. Please help to continue this ministry!
REGISTER NOW FOR NEW SUMMER COURSE Hope and Healing for Creation (CF 206) is a new class at Wesley Seminary and offered for the first time this summer, June 10 – 21. Wesley is among the first seminaries in the country to offer this place-based study of how theology and spirituality meet ecology! Through the study of Scripture, spiritual practice and ecology, students will grow in their understanding of how Christians can relate more intimately with the creation and with the Creator. On-the-ground study and experience of our local Chesapeake Bay ecosystem will provide opportunities to get to know, delight in, and have compassion for, all of our neighbors, from the black bears who live in the headwaters, to the oyster farmers who call the estuary home. Opportunities for spiritual awakening and healing for humans as well as the local natural systems will be explored. This course will meet often in natural places in Wesley’s home ecosystem. The course will be taught by Beth Norcross (www.bethnorcross.com), director of the Green Seminary Initiative and adjunct faculty at Wesley. CF 206: Hope and Healing for Creation is a 2 credit course for students or can be taken for 3 CEU’s for pastors.
DON’T MISS OUT ON THE CHANCE TO SHARE YOUR FAMILY’S FAVORITE RECIPE!
The Office of Student Life is collecting recipes now from all of the Wesley community and their families for a WESLEY COMMUNITY COOKBOOK! You have an opportunity to submit some of your favorite family recipes to be included in this cookbook. These recipes will be featured in a spiral bound book and pricing will be announced at a later date. The fees of the cookbook will go towards the cost of the printing and binding. Any amount left over will be used to purchase new items for the community kitchen in the new dorm! To ensure we properly recognize your family recipe, please print/type your name with each recipe you submit. Please include the following information with each submission: Recipe Title, Ingredients / Amounts, Directions, and Submitted By. You may also include a picture of the featured recipe. This will help family and friends to easily locate and utilize your favorite recipe. You can submit your recipes online to Hannah Niday at email@example.com (Subject: Wesley Cookbook) or you can drop them off at the Office of Student Life. If you have any questions, please contact Hannah Niday at 202.431.2576 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARKING AT WESLEY: Due to construction work on the new dorm the exit driveway is closed, the entrance driveway is two-way, and parking is very limited. Please observe all parking instructions in the campus lot including the following notices:
BLACKBOARD SUPPORT Do you have questions about or problems with Blackboard? Our student support team can help. We are located in TG-05. Come by and see us. To contact Blackboard, call (202) 885-6091 or email email@example.com.
BUSINESS OFFICE AND REGISTRAR’S OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday: 9 am – 12 pm, 1 – 4:30 pm… closed during lunch.
A MESSAGE FROM THE BUSINESS OFFICE: Students are required to pay all of their charges in full on or before the first day of the semester. Payment options:
Monday, May 20 – Friday, May 24
M - F: 8 am - 8 pm
F: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Sat., May 25: Library closed
Doors may be locked 10 minutes prior to posted closing times. Call the Library at 202-885-8695 for the most up-to-date hours information.
MAILROOM & COPY CENTER HOURS
Throughout summer: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
(Individuals other than DMin students are welcome but need a meal ticket or cash. No residential meal plan is in effect during this time). PRICES: Meal tickets may be purchased in advance in the Business Office for $7.50. (There is a 4 tickets minimum for each purchase.) Individual meals may be purchased for $8 cash at the Refectory register. To check out the menu each week, please visit: http://www.wesleyseminary.edu/Dining
JOB OPPORTUNITIES POSTINGS There are a variety of church-related and other job opportunities listed on our website and on the bulletin board outside the PMM office that area churches and others in the community have requested we advertise. If you are looking for a job or some supplemental income, please check out this site: http://www.wesleyseminary.edu/Careers/CurrentOpenings
Other Summer Announcements
SUMMER CPE OPPORTUNITY Vidant Medical Center in North Carolina has one opening for a summer CPE intern. The summer CPE unit begins on May 28th and will finish on August 9th. If you are interested in applying for this CPE position, contact Lerrill White at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-847-5326.
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