Interfaith Group Aim
As the policy board for the Religion
Center, the Student Interfaith Council is
concerned with representing fairly all
persons with an interest in the center's
Members include representatives from
campus clergy, faculty, administration and
The group works to unite the various
faiths on campus in service and fellowship to increase their mutual understanding.
FRONT ROW: Carolyn Marzec, Bonnie Turrentine, Sandra Careson. SECOND ROW: Anita Van Tassel,
Geni Brown. THIRD ROW: Noel Welborn, Marion V. Haven, Irene M. Makris. FOURTH ROW: Richard
Stedman, Ella Canion, Kathy Nabours, Larry Lusk.
FRONT ROW: A. Brunner, L. Hikerson, G. Tracy, P. Robertson, Rev. Allen Jernigan, A. Torres, I. Adair, M. Scott, J. Watson. SECOND
ROW: S. Abbott, G. Somerville, H. Kondolf, S. Bowman, R. Bates, R. Stedman, S. Fronek, J. Sweeny, E. Berner, R. Wiseman.
Wesley Students Try To Enrich, Deepen Their Faith
Student members of the Methodist faith want
to deepen, enrich and mature the Christian faith
through the Wesley Foundation.
The Foundation maintains an office in the Religion Center and an off-campus office. Friday
night fellowships and Wednesday morning worship services are regular events.
Every Sunday evening the Wesley Foundation
sponsors the "Wesley Coffee House". This usually
includes a light supper, an occasional movie, folk
music and discussions from topics of religion to
sex and morality.
A special service project in the fall was tutoring
children at Cuney Home, which is affiliated with
the poverty program.