Wesley's Doctor of Ministry Prepares Leaders to Lead in Changing TImes
Find out how Wesley can empower your current ministry to manage change at our upcoming Doctor of Ministry Info Day and Webinar, Tuesday, May 21, 2019, on campus and online. Please join us!
Wesley's Dean Considers UMC Governance and Representative Democracy
In a three-part blog post, Academic Dean Phil Wingeier - Rayo, Ph.D. explores the roots of representative democracy in the U.S. Methodist Episcopal Church and considers if we still experience “ representative democracy” within The United Methodist Church.
Experience Thought-Provoking Courses at Wesley This Summer!
Discover the intersection of drama and theology in the works of modern playwrights such as August Wilson, Edward Albee, Athol Fugard, John Logan, and Tennessee Williams with Distinguished Professor Riley Temple at Wesley this Summer - Register for RA-241 "Theological Reflection & Secular 20th C. Dramatists" today!
This is just one of the many thought-provoking classes - one-week intensive, online and more - offered in Summer term at Wesley. Registration is now open!
Alumna Named Society of John Wesley Award of Merit 2019 Winner
Wesley alumna Jane Deland is the 2019 Society of John Wesley Award of Merit winner. Wesley Theological Seminary President Rev. Dr. David McAllister-Wilson presented the award May 13 at the seminary’s 137th Commencement, held at The Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC.
Wesley partners with Upper New York UMC Annual Conference for new Course of Study School satellite location
As of July 1, 2019, Wesley's Course of Study satellite school in New York State will be housed at the Upper New York Conference Center of The United Methodist Church in Syracuse, NY.
Wesley's Lewis Center for Church Leadership To Study U.S. Religious Workforce
With the generous grant of $2 million from the Lilly Endowment Inc.. the Lewis Center for Church Leadership is launching a three-year study of the religious workforce across Christian denominations in the U.S.
Wesley Summer Course at Proctor Institute for Child Advocacy
Wesley Theological Seminary is offering seminarians an opportunity to participate in The Children’s Defense Fund’s 2019 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute for Child Advocacy Ministry intensive course in Clinton, Tennessee on the former Alex Haley farm for 2 credits. Wesley Community Engagement Institute Director Lorena Parrish is part of the Institute faculty, and invites students to join her for a remarkable learning experience.
President David McAllister-Wilson releases statement on the Special Session of the General Conference 2019
Wesley chosen as a "Seminary That Changes The World"!
Priority Deadline Extended to February 5th.
Real-World Education Based on Scripture and Tradition. At Wesley, classroom and field learning prepare you for the practice of ministry, regardless of your career path. Learn more about ways to customize your M.Div. at Wesley to meet your ministerial and educational goals
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