Dear Wesley Club Community,
This continues to be a really stressful, scary, and uncertain time. Each of us is experiencing various forms of loss: loss safety, loss of plans, of jobs, of personal-connections, classes and oh so much more. And each of us after months of this pandemic are still trying to find ways to cope with it all and make life life-giving.
As we proceed into this quarter, Wesley Club refuses to cease embodying the Good News that everyone is loved beyond measure by one without measure. We say all the time that Wesley Club is a home away from home, the family you choose, a people-not-a-place. If all that is true, then being virtual doesn't change who we are or how we love each other, you do, by your presence. In our stay-at-home world, we will continue to support the academic, social, emotional, spiritual, and justice-seeking lives of our community. And we will do it together.
Together we will find Joy and nothing less on The Way; we will be each other’s blessings; we will see loss, isolation and anxiety scattered; and we will find Light that guides us and countless others all the way to a wide, open world of hope.
Martin Saunders, MDiv
Campus Minister and Executive Director of the Wesley Foundation of Seattle