• Wesley Center

    for Spirituality, Service and Social Justice

    Statement of Purpose: The Wesley Center connects the pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person through compassionate action and courageous reflection. 

    The Wesley Center offers high-impact programming and initiatives to engage students with practices of spirituality, service, and social justice. Student-led groups and collaborative Wesley Center  networking encourage students to develop community, educational, and interfaith leadership skills at Hamline and beyond. We strive to help students find their pathways to serve the common good and make a difference in the world.  

     

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    On Friday, September 25, Hamline University’s Food Resource Center hosted a one-year anniversary party outside of the Anderson Center.  The campus community was invited to attend this celebration of a remarkable year of challenges, successes and growth.

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    Leaders from Hamline’s Wesley Center offer words of wisdom and support as significant holidays are celebrated by those of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim religions this April.

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    Bishop Karen P. Oliveto from United Methodist Church Mountain Sky Area will deliver the Spring 2020 Mahle Lecture entitled "Imago Dei in an Age of Selfies, Separations and Schisms" on Tuesday, February 25 at 7 p.m. in Sundin Hall. She will be on campus and in community in the days before and after her keynote as well. Bishop Oliveto is the first openly LGBTQ+ Bishop in the United Methodist Church. 

     

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