(September 1, 2021)
Hello from Wesley!
It is such a delight to greet you today with news from our first week of classes— many of which have resumed in person! Students, faculty, and staff are all fully vaccinated, and we have officially welcomed the Fall 2021 class to campus.
We are excited to kick off this semester with a combination of virtual and in-person events and we hope that you will consider joining in some of the community celebration. As you scroll through this newsletter, you’ll see that you have many opportunities to engage in worship, community outreach and even join a workshop on trauma led by our own Dr. Paul Cho, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible.
We are praying for all of the students who have just begun their seminary journeys, and for those of you who are still discerning where God is leading you. If you would like to reach out and begin a conversation about seminary, please be in touch with the office of admissions to set up an appointment or a personalized tour.
Office of Admissions
4500 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016
email@example.com | www.wesleyseminary.edu
Save The Date: Wesley Theological Seminary will hold a virtual conference, “Moving Toward Wholeness: Traumatized Texts and Bodies” on Friday, Oct. 29, 2021, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Eastern.
To facilitate recovery and resilience, the conference will explore the intersections among trauma studies in psychiatry and psychology; ancient experiences of trauma in the Bible; and vicarious, minority, and gender trauma today.
This conference has been spearheaded by Wesley Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Paul K-K. Cho, Ph.D.. Learn more now and register free at toward-wholeness.com.
Visit us in-person or virtually this fall
In-Person Open House
Join us on campus for our in-person, open house, Welcome Table. At this event you can:
- discussing master-level degree programs
- fellowship with a faculty member and current students
- meeting staff and other prospective students
- attending a class
Virtual Open House
This special event is designed for prospective students hoping to attend Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC whether part-time or full-time, seeking a window into the rich, theological education that the seminary has to offer:
- converse with current students, faculty and admissions staff
- discuss master-level degree programs
- receive information on student services and applying to Wesley
- learn how you can balance life, work and ministry while earning a Masters degree
Ready to begin your studies?
Visit our "Try a Class" page or email us to learn how to begin your studies: firstname.lastname@example.org
During this time, we are praying for you and with you. Be safe and healthy, Beloved Community.
Elijah Ferebee | Recruiter
o: 202-885-8642 | email@example.com
Elizabeth Pruchnicki | Recruiter
o: 202-885-8653 | firstname.lastname@example.org