Wesleyan's Protestant Community“A community of fellowship, life and love.”
The Protestant Community at Wesleyan is an active, multicultural, interdenominational community of students welcoming all. The student groups, including Wesleyan Christian Fellowship (WesCF), Multicultural Campus Ministries (MCM), and Wesleyan's Association of Christian Thinkers (WACT), work in concert with the Christian program house Lighthouse and the Protestant Chaplain to provide programming that enhances religious life at Wesleyan. The Protestant Community provides regular weekly services (Community Dinner), Bible studies, times of prayer, and other activities to enrich the spiritual life of students and expand intellectual endeavors beyond the classroom. Social service projects and other activities promote student involvement and community partnerships.
Whether you join us for Sunday worship, participate in service projects, attend the Campus Alpha series, or serve or sing during ecumenical worship, we believe that faith, fun, and fellowship are sacredly intertwined. It is through our collaboration within our community, our interfaith partners, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the various departments and offices at Wesleyan, and the Middletown community that we are able to provide the Wesleyan Community with rich and meaningful experiences.
Please feel free to contact the Protestant Chaplain, Rev. Tracy Mehr-Muska, with any questions or thoughts. She can be reached at (860)685-2277 or at tmehrmuska(at)wesleyan.edu.