United Methodist ministries on seven campuses around Michigan will soon welcome all students, offering opportunities for fellowship, faith-sharing, and service.
In this Wesley Foundation Highlight, we learn how Wesley at University of Michigan is equipping bold and effective leaders for service to church and community.
The EncounterMICall initiative is providing the opportunity for 18 young people in Michigan to discern their gifts and to put those gifts to work for God in the world.
Kalamazoo Wesley Foundation welcomes a new Campus Pastor, Jess Davenport, on July 9, 2018.
As the UMC struggles with declining U.S. membership, a campus chaplain wonders about metrics.
The public has a chance to say goodbye to the old Wesley Foundation building on the campus of Western Michigan University this Sunday, February 28 at 4:00 pm.
Editor’s note: previously MIConnect reported on the recent Wesley Statewide Retreat, an annual event that brings college students together from Wesley Ministries around Michigan. The 2016 event was held at Wesley Fellowship at Grand Valley State University. Click here for the story and read on to learn more about the value of such an event.)… Continue Reading Students share their faith
KAY DeMOSS Senior Writer-Editor, Michigan Area The Wesley Foundation of Kalamazoo, situated on the campus of Western Michigan University, announces the receipt of a $560,000 grant from the John C. Lasko Foundation. The Rev. Lisa Batten, Director of Wesley of Kalamazoo, says that the grant will allow the campus ministry to come closer to reaching… Continue Reading Wesley WMU receives Lasko Grant
PAUL REISSMANN Michigan Area Communications The power of invitation at Wesley Foundations can have life changing effects.
PAUL REISSMANN Michigan Area Communications (The first in a series, Wesley: Making Disciples on Campus)