We are a network of Christians exploring issues at the interface of science and faith. We draw on Wesleyan tradition to equip persons for the practices of faith, mission, and ministry in a culture shaped by science. All are welcomed to this community of dialogue. We invite you to enter the nexus and learn more…

Current Newsletter

In this issue:

  • What Do We Mean We When Say, “Building the Beloved Community”? by Carl Gregg
  • The Open and Relational Theology Reading Group with Tripp Fuller and Tom Oord
  • John Wesley’s Eschatology as Informed by the Science of His Day by E. Maynard Moore
  • And More!

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March 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague: March has been a busy month for WesleyNexus dominated by four of our board members presenting papers at the Wesleyan Theological Society (WTS) meeting at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington... READ MORE

February 2019 Newsletter

Dear WesleyNexus Colleague:  Human Origins “If a scientific civilization is to be a good civilization, it is necessary that increase in knowledge should be accompanied by increase in wisdom. I mean by wisdom... READ MORE

6th Annual Evolution Week-end in Maryland

Watch On-Line: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfPv_1Zjfxw&t=1437s Gathering around 3:00 with live program begins at 3:30. February 10th – 6th Annual Evolution Week-end in Maryland – 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm. Baltimore-Washington Mission Center, 11711 E. Market Place,... READ MORE

January 2019 Newsletter

  Dear WesleyNexus Colleague: January 6, 2019 begins the season of Epiphany which is celebrated by Christians across the world, including churches within the Wesleyan tradition. Epiphany comes from the Greek term epiphainein... READ MORE