Open hearts. Open minds. Open doors.
The Wesley Foundation at LSU is the official United Methodist Campus ministry for the LSU community. There are Wesleys and united campus ministries throughout Louisiana, and there are many more around the nation and world. For more information on The United Methodist Church, please visit: http://www.umc.org.
Being a Christian of the Methodist tradition is not a requirement for participation in events, ministry, or holding leadership positions at the Wesley. We welcome all who seek God.
We are a community of students living the way of Jesus.
We seek to provide a trusting space for students to grow in faith during their time here at LSU by creating a missional community in which we engage our local community, ask questions about living faithfully on LSU’s campus, and training our eyes to see resurrection and our ears to hear God’s voice. Our hope is for students to grow in faith during their formative college experiences, develop as strong leaders who have seen their story connected to God’s story in Christ, and experience new forms of ministry through retreats and mission experiences locally, nationally and internationally.
For more information about the Wesley contact Adam Darragh, the director of the Wesley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 225-344-7012. Adam is in the office most days and can be found around campus when not in the office. We would love to meet with you at the Wesley, on campus, or over coffee and listen, talk, empower, and refer to other resources when necessary!
Our offices are located upstairs.
Please note: The East Chimes Street-Carlotta Street bridge is under construction. To come to the Wesley, enter from Highland Road at East Chimes Street.