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"The Living Room" Evening Prayer

Sunday evenings at 5:00 pm

in Wesley Lounge


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.


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We have a group of grad students who gather to enjoy some time away from their busy schedules. 

Click the button below to share your best availability and any group activities you'd like us to do.


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  • 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. $15/hour.

Small Group Studies


The Work of Living: Working People Talk About Their Lives and the Year the World Broke

Thursdays at 7:00pm

in the Pine Room

Begins Thursday, Sept. 1

In this study, we'll explore the stories of people impacted by the pandemic and reflect upon our own experiences during that time. The author spoke with people not just about their job, but about their lives, dreams, and struggles, and about their experiences living through a year when the world itself seemed to break apart. 

Transforming: The Bible & the Lives of Transgender Christians

Sunday evenings at 6:00pm

in Wesley Lounge

Begins Sunday, Sept. 18

Transforming: The Bible and the Lives of Transgender Christians provides access into an underrepresented and misunderstood community and will change the way readers think about transgender people, faith, and the future of Christianity. By introducing transgender issues and language and providing stories of both biblical characters and real-life narratives from transgender Christians living today, Hartke helps readers visualize a more inclusive Christianity, equipping them with the confidence and tools to change both the church and the world.