At his inauguration, President David Alexander announced the creation of the NNU Wesley Center. The purpose of the center is to facilitate the embedding of Christ-centered discipleship across the university's campus and curriculum, and to support the mission of the Church of the Nazarene throughout the Northwest Educational Region and globally.
Under the direction of Vice President for Spiritual & Leadership Development, Dr. Fred Fullerton, the Wesley Center is comprised of four offices. The offices and their directors are as follows:
- Office of Applied Theology, Dr. Richard Thompson, Director. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office of Leadership Studies and Servant Leadership, Dr. Ed Robinson, Director. email@example.com
- Office of Pastoral Resources, Dr. Fred Fullerton, Director. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office of Spiritual Formation, Rev. Gene Schandorff, Director and University Chaplain. email@example.com
The Office of Spiritual Formation directs campus ministries for undergraduate students and is led by University Chaplain Rev. Gene Schandorff. Assisting him is the Director of Student Ministries, Julene Tegerstrand.
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This office is led by Fred Fullerton as the University's point-person with the Church of the Nazarene on the Northwest Educational Region, encompassing some 400 local congregations.
The Office of Leadership Studies and Servant Leadership seeks to equip and encourage transformational change in persons, organizations, and communities at NNU, in the Northwest, and around the world.
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Wesley Center Online
The Wesley Center Online is a collection of historical and scholarly resources about the Wesleyan Tradition, theology, Christianity and the Nazarene church.