The Wesley Foundation at the University of Michigan --- a campus ministry of the United Methodist church --- provides a place of community and faith in the midst of college life. Through Bible studies for grads and undergrads, fun activities, service projects, movies, Holy Communion, programs, and speakers, we grow together and give the academic life a sense of balance and perspective. We laugh a lot. We care about each other. God is with us.
The Wesley Foundation at the University of Michigan is a United Methodist campus ministry providing varied opportunities and programs for all students and other campus-related persons. We are a pluralistic community academically, theologically, by age and interest. All students from the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, Concordia University and Washtenaw Community College are welcome.
An Inclusive Community
We are a community of persons committed to caring, sharing, serving, learning, and growing with each other regardless of ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital or economic status, disability, or other human differences. Our common bond is God's love shown through Jesus Christ. Our emphases include concern for the social implications of the gospel in the world and personal growth as Christians.
A time of worship is held at 5:00pm each Sunday of the academic year.
We also have a free dinner and time of fellowship with other students in the Wesley Lounge at 6:00pm.
We are a Reconciling Campus Ministry, welcoming all persons, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.