To invite and partner with students to seek justice, to encounter community, and to linger in Divine truths.
A place to creatively explore spirituality in community.
- Healthy & Sustainable Leadership
Statement of Inclusivity
The Wesley Center at the University of Iowa welcomes and affirms all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, physical or mental ability, economic condition, or religious affiliation.
Affirmation of Faith
We believe in the sacred worth and beauty of all human beings, acknowledging and affirming God’s unending love. We believe that God’s love knows no circles of exclusion. As a community of faith dedicated to worshiping and serving God, we are called to follow God’s example, erecting no walls that could limit our ability to grow as a loving Christian community. We believe in Christ’s message of radically inclusive love, and are committed to creating a faith community that is in ministry according to the prophetic witness of the Gospel. We believe in God’s redemptive grace, and God’s constant presence as we struggle to transform a world too often filled with pain to a world filled with hope. We believe that the Spirit calls us to welcome and affirm each other, recognizing the gifts and graces of all persons. We believe that in order to be a faithful community, we are called to see the face of Christ on each other, affirming our relationships as the body of Christ. We believe that the message of Christ calls us to social justice, working to end oppression, injustice, and poverty of the body, mind, and spirit. We believe that to truly be called people of faith, our actions must be consistent with our words. If our statements of belief are not followed by faithful and intentional action, our words are empty.
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