"The Living Room" Worship Service
streaming online during the month of January
Resuming January 9, 2022
Archives of our streaming worship service can be found on Facebook, IGTV, and Youtube. We also have an audio-only podcast version on SoundCloud.
Chaplain's Virtual Office Hour
Grab a cup of coffee or a nice cold beverage and join Chaplain Tim for a time of conversation.
Ask a question, stump the pastor, bring up a cool idea, or just chat about whatever you'd like.
Weekly opportunities at varied locations around campus. Check our Instagram page for the latest news.
You can also schedule an in-person, socially distant coffee time at a nearby café.
Will you be a student at the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, Concordia University, or Washtenaw Community College?
Do you have a vision for a creative, inclusive community?
Do you want to be a part of a dynamic leadership team?
Do you want to engage with our campus and community?
Apply to be a Wesley Foundation student coordinator. Student coordinators work up to 10 hours per week helping to develop opportunities for students to engage in fellowship, service, and outreach events.
Small Group Studies
UnClobber:Rethinking Our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality
Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Beginning January 11
For LGBTQ+ Folx and Allies
Beginning on Zoom, due to COVID-19
Churches in America are experiencing an unprecedented fracturing due to their belief and attitude toward the LGBTQ community. Armed with only six passages in the Bible--often known as the "clobber passages"--the traditional Christian position has been one that stands against the full inclusion of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters. Unclobber reexamines each of those frequently quoted passages of Scripture, alternating with author Colby Martin's own story of being fired from an evangelical megachurch when they discovered his stance on sexuality.
UnClobber reexamines what the Bible says (and does not say) about homosexuality in such a way that breathes fresh life into outdated and inaccurate assumptions and interpretations.
The Ridiculous Journey: A Lenten Adventure
Thursdays at 7:00pm
Beginning March 9
In this Lenten study, we'll explore purpose and meaning in the events and choices of our lives. Jesus, a Middle Eastern homeless man from centuries ago still inspires and informs the souls and imagination of so many today.
This 7-session series on Jesus' invitation to follow him includes films by Nadia Bolz-Weber, Greg Boyle, Brené Brown, Emmanuel Katongole, Rachel Held Evans, Richard Rohr, and Rowan Williams, visual liturgies from Kelly Stewart Hall, Thomas Merton, Travis Reed, and Ann Voscamp and reflections by Rich Nelson.