The new Wesley Foundation building at Western Michigan University is now open for ministry.
The United Methodist Church provides opportunities for young adults who want to transform the world.
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
PAUL REISSMANN Michigan Area Communications Wesley Statewide retreats bring students together from around Michigan to be “plugged in” to God and to grow in faith with one another.
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
KAY DeMOSS Senior Editor-Writer, Michigan Area For 16 years “Kinawind” has been imprinted on the hat atop Fred Elmore’s head.
PAUL REISSMANN Michigan Communications Olivia Johnson is one of the student leaders involved in her Wesley’s church visits and has found them inspiring.
PAUL REISSMANN Michigan Area Communications International Spring Break mission trips at the Wesley Foundation of Michigan State University can have a profound effect on the young adults that participate in traveling abroad.
Lladale Carey United Methodist Communications Dillon Burns grew up in a loving, caring family in Saline, Michigan.