Wesley House & Campus Center Celebrates Grand Opening in Berkeley

September 23, 2010

BERKELEY, California—Wesley House & Campus Center will celebrate its Grand Opening and Dedication this Sunday, September 26 from noon to 4 p.m., with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2 p.m.

Wesley House & Campus Center, an outreach campus ministry of the United Methodist Church, is located across from the UC Berkeley campus at 2398 Bancroft Way. Wesley House features a green student housing community with capacity for 90 students.
The state-of-the-art four-story building consists of three floors of dorm apartments (including a deck and study), called "Wesley House," and a first-floor campus ministry called the "Campus Center."
The eight furnished suites include fully equipped kitchens with single-, double-, and triple-occupancy bedrooms. The Campus Center offers a multi-media room, student lounge and community kitchen, student art exhibit hall, and deck opening to the historical Wesley-Trinity Church courtyard.
"The mission of the Wesley Foundation is to create a spiritual student community with open hearts, open minds and open doors" said the Rev. Tarah Trueblood, Executive Director. "Wesley House & Campus Center is committed to providing a supportive and nurturing environment where students can live, study, and grow," she added.
Wesley Foundation is a non-profit, public benefit corporation serving students of any or no religious faith or spiritual orientation. Founded in 1925 as a campus ministry of the United Methodist Church, Wesley House's main focus is to develop a student housing community life and leadership while promoting values of justice, hospitality, service, and diversity.
For more information, visit the website at www.WesleyHouseBerkeley.org, or call or email to 510.549.1244 or wesleyberkeleyoffice@gmail.com.

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