Ministry takes many forms. Wesley alum Chett Pritchett (MTS, 2003) is clear that, no matter the ministry, one thing is central: relationship building. “Really all church work is about relationships building,” said Pritchett.”It’s about helping people tell their story.” As former Executive Director of the Methodist Federation for Social Action (MFSA),Pritchett built relationships in his […]
Archives for July 2016
How do you move faith from being something intensely personal to something open and involved in public discourse? That was the question posed to a panel of three experts June 7 at Mt. Vernon Place UMC in Washington, D.C. The event,“Faith in a Public Vocation: A Conversation about Politics, Media and Religion,” was sponsored by […]
Nuclear engineer and Wesley Theological Seminary student Fred Lyons recently decided to take a week off work to participate in the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion’s Icon Writing workshop, held June 13-17. Lyons was excited about learning to paint an icon, even though he was not a painter. Lyons’ instructors were […]
Joseph Butler (M.Div., 1985) has recently retired from the Department of Corrections in California as a chapel Correctional Officer.