The United Methodist Church’s Council of Bishops has elected Wesley alumnus Bishop Warner H. Brown, Jr., to serve as its president beginning May 2014.
Today Faith3.org, a website promoting engagement of young people in the church, released its list of Seminaries that Change the World. Wesley Theological Seminary is one of the 17 seminaries and divinity schools listed.
Wesley’s Doctor of Ministry program offers an advanced-level curriculum that combines ministry experiences with the academic resources of the seminary. The Doctor of Ministry program aims to enable pastors to develop an integrated theology of ministry that embraces the total life and mission of the church.
The Dadian Gallery and Watergate Gallery have joined forces to present the work of fifty artists from across the United States. The galleries invited each artist to create an artwork in their preferred media, inspired by this statement:
Every morning as soon as my eyes fly open, I think of all the "to-dos" of the day.
Wesley offers you the opportunity to go deeper in your understanding of God and faith with Second Mondays. Join us for breakfast, a stimulating presentation and lively conversation. This year’s Second Mondays series explores some of the complex questions that you posed and with which all of us Christians wrestle.
Dr. F. Douglas Powe Jr. will give the keynote speech at the Wesleyan Leadership Conference October 17-19, 2013 at General Board of Discipleship in Nashville, Tenn.
Wesley’s students have moved into the seminary’s new residence hall. This newly completed place of spiritual formation provided welcome for new residents of the 76-bed facility the third week of August. The seminary carefully planned this new facility to foster community and spiritual growth.
Ten years ago this summer, Wesley launched the Lewis Center for Church Leadership based on the belief that effective leadership is essential to fruitful congregations. Our vision was for a center that would become a trusted resource for church leadership ideas, research, resources, and training so that congregational and denominational service, vitality and growth increased.
Mike McCurry and Kristopher Norris will serve as interim co-directors of Wesley Theological Seminary’s National Capital Semester for Seminarians for 2014-16.
Second Mondays at Wesley is an opportunity to go deeper in your understanding of God and faith. Join us for breakfast, a stimulating presentation and lively conversation. This year’s Second Mondays series explores some of the complex questions that you posed and with which all of us Christians wrestle.
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