Nebraska Wesleyan University has changed significantly in size and appearance since its founding in 1887, but it has remained steadfast to the principles of a liberal arts education in an environment of Christian concern. Nebraska Wesleyan is proud of its heritage and affiliation with the Nebraska Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. The University embraces students, faculty and staff of all denominations and beliefs.
The University Minister serves as the campus pastor and is available for personal counseling, religious and vocational counseling and spiritual guidance. Chapel services are held on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in Miller Chapel, located on the first floor of Old Main.
Find out more about University Ministries.
“Wesleyan Live” is a continuing education program for clergy, laity and community members. Courses are taught in Lincoln by Nebraska Wesleyan University faculty and are televised live across the state. Participants and professors are able to interact with each other throughout the telecast. Enrollment is $40 per person. United Methodist clergy may receive six contact hours for continuing education credit.
For more information, or to register for “Wesleyan Live,” contact:
Rev. Mel Luetchens