CPE Day at Tuesday: October 23, 2018. Plan to attend a lunchtime gathering with CPE Supervisors from the greater Washington area who will be available to talk about clinical learning in their locations. Bring your questions about CPE and your lunch. All are welcome to this 12-1 p.m. event in Elderdice.
Archives for September 2018
Join the Luce Center for Arts & Religion and the Center for Public Theology in a creative exploration of civic engagement in celebration of the Justo & Catherine Gonzalez Lecture series. The group will meet on October 2nd and October 16th from 4:30-6:30pm in the Art Studio. Space is limited to 6-8 students. RSVP to […]
Join Student Council, September 15 at 4:45pm to launch the new student lounge (next to the refectory) and hold a short council meeting. Immediately following the meeting (5:15pm), please join us in Elderdice to discover your place within the Wesley Community through our Student Organizations.
Join fellow students in praying for our seminary, our communities, our congregations, and all other Prayers of the People. Wednesdays12:00pm-12:15pmThe Chapel
Join Bishop Matthews on September 20th from 5:00-6:30 in Elderdice Hall to learn about the candidacy process in the United Methodist Church.
Join the Religious Freedom Center, Plumbline and Student Council to discuss Difficult Dialogue and how to Lower the Heat to Engage in Meaningful Conversations on Tuesday, September 11, from 4:45-6:15pm in Elderdice. Free food and all are welcome to participate!
Graduation Applications are due October 15th: Do you anticipate graduating this year? You can apply now for graduation. Applications for graduation are available online and in the Registrar’s Office https://wesleyseminary.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/2019-Graduation-Application-8.14.18.pdf Please submit to email@example.com.
Wesley Theological Seminary is honored to partner with the Association for Hispanic Theological Education (AETH) to present: The Justo and Catherine González Resource Center Lecture Series “The Public Witness of the Hispanic/Latino/a Church in the United States,” October 19-20, 2018. Noted theologians from across the country will gather to explore the unique gift of the […]
In keeping with the mission to be deeply engaged in the surrounding community, Wesley invited AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer Asha Fuad to be in residence with the Institute for Community Engagement during the 2018-2019 academic year. Fuad helps lead a collaborative endeavor that brings together the Institute, the Let’s Make a Difference project, and the Raising […]
In addition to new dean Dr. Philip Wingeier-Rayo, the Wesley community is blessed to welcome several new members of the faculty, including a new chapel elder and director of the Institute for Community Engagement in the new academic year. New Dean Dr. Philip Wingeier-Rayo, Ph.D. comes to Wesley having served on the faculties of Perkins School […]