Wesley House is a community of Methodist scholars and students at the heart of the University city of Cambridge. Since 1921 it has been a gateway for students in the Wesleyan tradition into the excellent resources for learning in the University of Cambridge, and since 1972, to the shared resources of the globally significant Cambridge Theological Federation (a unique collaboration between Anglican, Reformed, Catholic, Lutheran, Orthodox and Methodist communities of prayer and study).

 

A Centre for Global Wesleyan Theology

  • A community of scholarship researching and decolonising Wesleyan theology
  • A residential cohort of global research students
  • A hub for leadership and development of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church
  • A partner with Africa University in a sponsored PhD programme for African Theological educators
  • A free online journal for peer-reviewed scholarship and professional reflection: Holiness
  • An international DMin programme in partnership with Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC

 

A Centre for Ministry Development & Pastoral Supervision

  • An international community of part time and distance masters and doctoral students who are chaplains, lay workers and ordained ministers
  • A group of researchers into pioneering and effective ministry
  • A residential community of prayer and formation that welcomes students and sabbatical visitors
  • International consultancy in clergy supervision and ongoing development
  • A centre of excellence for training in pastoral supervision
  • Short courses for preachers and worship leaders

 

A Centre for Faith and Public Life

  • An online and face to face community that engages theology and public life in conversation
  • A community of researchers in Christian apologetics and interfaith engagement
  • An international community of part time and distance masters and doctoral students studying contemporary belief, ethics and spirituality
  • A body of practitioners communicating the faith in public contexts