Community Life at Wesley Seminary

Community Life at Wesley Seminary

What's happening in and around your community at Wesley Seminary

Blessed New Year and Welcome! 

Greetings and Happy New Year! I welcome you to a new year ripe with possibilities for your learning and formation. In welcoming you back, I remind you that this community life web portal is maintained to provide you with easily accessible information regarding events, activities and administrative information related to our life together. Please check back regularly for updates on the activities and events going on here at Wesley.

For some of you, this is the last semester of study before you graduate. I pray for successful studies and Godspeed for your next steps in ministry. For many of you, this is a welcome back as you continue in your studies. As we continue to shape the office of community life, we hope you will find new and exciting offerings this year. For a small group of you, this is a new beginning full of anticipation and anxiety. I hope you will find this community spiritually enriching and educationally stimulating. For all of you, I pray that God’s blessings of peace and productivity guide you this spring here at Wesley.

The Office of Community Life is available to answer any questions you may have, and we hope to serve as a resource for you during your time at Wesley. I look forward to getting to know each of you this year. Furthermore, I will be in the community looking to share in your joys and concerns about our shared life together.

May God’s abundant love and peace guide all you all this year.

In the love of Christ,

Rev. Dr. Asa J. Lee
Associate Dean for Community Life
Wesley Theological Seminary

Community Life Events

March 13 & 15, during lunch and dinner- K106

Information or Transformation? The Role of Research in Theological Education

Theological education is often oriented toward reading and reflection. What role does research play, however? This discussion will address the place of theological research in ministerial formation and lifelong theological education, and will consider essential research strategies (whether using library resources or the internet) to help navigate information-saturated world. 




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