Wesleyan Heritage Conference
The Wesleyan Heritage Conference is designed to address the significance and relevance of Wesleyan thought within the society and culture in which American Christians find themselves living. The goal of the conference is to engage the minds and hearts of the Asbury University community in reflecting on the richness of our Wesleyan-holiness spiritual heritage through life-impacting presentations and discussions of how this heritage is applicable for life in the 21st century.
Biennial conference topics include:
October 10-12, 2016 - "Who Am I? Wesleyan Perspectives on the Redeemed Self"
September 24-26, 2014 - "'Love Divine, All Loves Excelling': Charles Wesley for the 21st Century"
October 1-3, 2012 - "'The World Is My Parish': Wesleyan Concern for the World's Most Vulnerable"
October 4-6, 2010 - "Women of the Wesleyan Tradition"
October 6-8, 2008 - "Law and Grace in the Wesleyan Tradition"
October 9-13, 2006 - "Renovating Grace"
September 27-29, 2004 - "The World Is My Parish: Applied Wesleyan Theology in a Global Culture"
February 17-21, 2003 - "Wesleyan Heritage Week"
October 1-3, 2001 - "The Significance of Wesleyan Thought for the 21st Century"