Small Group

Small Group

“A safe and loving place to grow.”

Emma Pannullo ’21

Faith Through Fellowship

The Wesley Foundation provides a progressive Christian community for students to meet for food and fellowship in a weekly group setting. Valuing questions, not conformity, our meetings encourage curiosity and open discourse. We engage in our faith in a variety of ways — praying, looking closely at scripture, sharing personal stories, discussing current events, and grappling with complex issues. Previous themes The Wesley Foundation has explored include human sexuality, farming/agricultural metaphors in the Bible, and the Book of Job.

In addition to our weekly meetings, we also host fun activities like study breaks, game nights, movie nights, and trips to get ice cream!

Our group meets weekly on Tuesday nights at 8:30 pm in the café space of the Princeton United Methodist Church at the far corner of Nassau Street and Washington Streets, between CVS and the Princeton Garden Theater.

 
 

Take it from us!

This community welcomed me and provided a safe and loving place to grow. I’m so grateful to have found this accepting and supportive community.
— Emma Pannullo '20
The Wesley Foundation really is a welcoming place where anyone can find Christian community.
— Kendall Elfstrum '21
Through the Wesley Foundation, I have found a community of friends that helps me take a mental step away from the busyness of school! I have enjoyed the opportunity to study the Bible and grow in my relationship with God alongside such awesome people!
— Ashley Willingham '20
As a freshman I was overwhelmed by the number of Christian groups on campus and struggled to find a group that I vibed with. I am thankful for a teammate who brought me along to PUMC one Sunday where I met Skitch and got involved with the Wesley Foundation bible study. This bible study has provided me with an open and loving community, and I have been grateful for the opportunity to discuss big questions, grapple with difficult topics, as well as grow in my faith with this group.
— Kara Steele '21