FAith in action

The Wesley Campus Ministry invites and equips students to Explore, Engage and Embody an active faith in God.
The theme for this fall is “Together is Better.”

“The moment we choose to love, we begin to move against domination, against oppression. The moment we choose to love we begin to move towards freedom, to act in ways that liberate ourselves and others. That action is the testimony of love as the practice of freedom.”—bell hooks

 Sunday Evening Programs: 5pm Dinner; 6pm Discussion and Worship, all at the Wesley House in the fellowship hall.

Book Discussions: This semester we are discussing Nadia Bolz-Webers book, Shameless, which focuses on how the church has gotten it wrong for so long about sex, sexuality, gender, and more. We are supplementing the book with thought-provoking videos about purity culture. The discussions are lively and encouraging!  We meet in the Wesley House living room Mondays at 6:30pm and Thursdays at 8pm, so you can choose your day! We have lots of awesome snacks each meeting!
Faith and Fellowship: These include movie nights, game nights, and Interfaith Coffee House.  We meet at the Wesley House on Wednesdays at 8pm. Check our Facebook Page for weekly programs.

 

Campus Outreach includes events like Operation Taco, Share the Love, and Paws for Stress! 

Community Outreach involves going to Shalom Farms, local service projects, and weekend and week-long trips. October 25th-27th is our Faith and Action weekend to southwest Virginia to see and share with folks who are living out their faith in protecting the environment. 

January 12-17th is our Faith and Civil Rights trip to learn, share, and discuss many of the major places of the Civil Rights movement, as well as meet folks who are continuing the work now!