Fisk Wesley is Getting the new school year Started!

Getting Started (2018-19) The Wesley Foundation at Fisk is Building, Believing and Becoming, beginning the 2018-19 academic year with a bang. We welcomed Dominic Sterling, who is doing his Vanderbilt Divinity School field education as our Ministerial Assistant. He was present at the Freshmen Pinning Service on Sunday, August, 12, when we were delighted to […]

Vandy Wesley is ready for a great year!!

This year Vanderbilt Wesley launched with a leadership retreat where students gathered to share stories of summer adventures, pray with one another, write a covenant for the year, and plan for the semester.  We also had a pool party and ate delicious food.  Our students hit the ground running by hosting events to get the […]

United Methodist Student Movement at Cumberland University is going strong!

It is year three for the United Methodist Student Movement at Cumberland University, and it is incredible to see how much growth has happened. From a numbers standpoint, the group has gone from having 3 members in the beginning to almost 20 each week currently. When it comes to spiritual growth, it is incredible to […]

Farewell to the Austin Peay Wesley Foundation Building, hello to a continuing ministry!

On May 20, 2018, current students, alumni, parents, and staff past and present gathered at the Austin Peay Wesley Foundation building in Clarksville to celebrate the launch of a new era of ministry. While some might view that day as the closing of a building, in reality, it was so much more. Throughout the history […]

Young Adults explore their call at Exploration 2017

The Nashville Episcopal Area was well represented at the 2017 Exploration gathering sponsored by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry. This event took place in Portland, Oregon. Twenty-three young adults from the Memphis and Tennessee Conference attended this bi-annual gathering focused on discerning God’s call to ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church. […]

Martin Methodist College welcomes Reverend Doctor Michael Williams

PULASKI, Tenn. – Martin Methodist College (MMC) is pleased to announce the addition of Reverend Doctor Michael Williams this Fall as Writer/Storyteller-in-Residence following his retirement after 43 years of service as a member of the Tennessee Conference of the United Methodist Church. “Michael Williams is a master storyteller, a scholar, and a person who is […]

Project Transformation Expands Reach to Clarksville

Project Transformation is expanding to Montgomery County this summer to bring its unique model to serve children in the Clarksville community. Key partners are Madison Street United Methodist Church, Austin Peay State University, and more than 15 other community churches. Every Monday through Thursday from June 5 to July 27, Project Transformation will operate a […]

Martin Methodist College Names Next President

PULASKI, Tenn.­—Martin Methodist College announced Thursday that Mark LaBranche has been named the 32nd president in the institution’s 147-year history. LaBranche has served as the president of Louisburg College in North Carolina since 2009. He announced to Louisburg faculty today that he will be taking the helm at Martin Methodist beginning July 1, although he […]

TNUMC Conference Scholarships Available

Undergraduate Scholarships There are five scholarships available to undergraduate students from the Tennessee Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. Each scholarship has specific eligibility requirements. Eligible candidates must apply through the online application. DOWNLOADABLE BROCHURE The Tennessee Conference Methodist Scholarship A needs-based scholarship in the amount of $1,000 for students enrolled or entering United […]