• Wesley Center

  • About Us

    The Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice brings together Civic Engagement and Service Learning, the Hancock-Hamline Collaboration, the McVay Youth Partnership, and Religious and Spiritual Life.  The Wesley Center connects the pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person through compassionate action and courageous reflection.

    Calendar of Events

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    Walking the Labyrinth

    Walking the Labyrinth is the Wesley Center's new bi-annual newsletter.  Inside you will find articles about our programs and events, student leader spotlights, a list of upcoming events, and a letter from the our University Chaplain.  The newsletter is produced twice a year, once in August and once in January.  Stop by the Wesley Center to pick up a copy or check out our online archive (see below)!

    Past Issues

    Winter 2012
    Summer 2011 

    Contact Us

    We are located on the 3rd floor (318) of the Anderson Center on the corner of Snelling and Englewood.  You can reach us by phone at 651-523-2878 or by email at wesleycenter@hamline.edu

    For information about a specific area, contact the Wesley Center Staff.

  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice
  • Wesley Center News

    During recent ravels, Chaplain Nancy Victorin-Vangerud presented at several locations in Western Australia, Taipei, Tainan, and Taiwan.

    Professor Deanna Thompson published a piece called, "How to Live Like You're Dying"  in a Duke University online publication On Faith and Leadership.

    Hamline alumni of diverse faiths answer the call to ministry. Follow them on their spiritual journeys around the world.