Wesley professors Dr. Denise Dombkowski Hopkins and Dr. Michael Koppel reflect on the Biblical art of self care and explore the importance of play in our daily lives in a short video.
Wesley Theological Seminary has been selected to host an exhibition of Chinese Bibles and historical artifacts chronicling the re-emergence and growth of Christianity in China. This exhibition will be on view in only four American cities, beginning in Washington, D.C.
Wesley Theological Seminary’s urban Washington, DC location provides countless opportunities for service to the world. In fact, starting in Fall 2011, service is built into the curriculum.
Though campus activity slows somewhat during the summer, Wesley students have remained engaged with the work God is doing in the world.
Engaging our urban surroundings in Washington, DC continues at the new Wesley Theological Seminary Mount Vernon Square location. A partnership between Wesley Theological Seminary, Asbury United Methodist Church, and Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, Wesley @ Mount Vernon Square houses our Urban Ministry program, Wesley’s intentional community, the Birch Residence Hall, faculty offices and classroom space.
Three times a day during the month of July, songs of praise filter through the hallways of the Trott Administration Building of Wesley Theological Seminary. These prayer services and Chapel services mark the arrival of licensed local pastors for Course of Study classes at Wesley.
Deryl Davis is Adjunct Faculty in Wesley Theological Seminary’s Luce Center for the Arts and Religion. He is also a local actor, director and writer working in Christian Education. The Luce Center offers a Certificate in Theology and the Arts to Wesley Masters-level students as well as a Theology and the Arts Doctor of Ministry track.
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