The Wesleyan Center seeks to cultivate thinking and practices steeped in Christian tradition and attentive to the latest developments in the arts and sciences, thus enriching the church for generations to come.
The center carries out this mission by providing grants to individual scholars, hosting conferences and lectures, and sponsoring projects and symposia capable of producing Wesleyan perspectives bearing on faith, thought, and practice.
The center encourages discourse and study around those issues thought to be crucial for Christian higher education, the church, and society: questions of doctrinal integrity and relevance, institutional structures and viability, ethical complexities and applications, political philosophies and engagement, personal identity, and community.
Location and Hours
Smee Hall, Upper Level
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Mark A. Maddix, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Theology & Christian Ministry