NOLA Wesley Foundation

Fearful of the souls who could be lost to Christianity if the UMC continues its anti-LGBTQ stances, the Rev. Morgan Guyton poses some heartfelt, if uncomfortable, questions to Traditional Plan supporters. Read more

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Students at Tulane University, known as a "party school," are freed from the dangers of alcohol and sexual predation at the "non-judgmental" dances held by the NOLA Wesley Foundation. Read more

Practicing Faith

On a student mission trip building a house in Mexico, the Rev. Morgan Guyton discovers a potent new word for spiritual practice: Despacito Read more


College students from New Orleans will head to Mexico March 24-April 1 to build a home for a Mexican family. Read more

While New Orleans engages in its annual Mardi Gras celebration, a United Methodist campus ministry joins other campus groups to give students safer alternatives to alcoholic excess that endangers lives. Read more

Local Church

There's no substitute for the support of sitting side-by-side with someone in need, especially people with alcoholism, writes the Rev. Morgan Guyton. Read more

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Rev. Morgan Guyton was thrilled when the bishop redeemed a worrisome topic from the annual conference theme – until he discovered that the "bold imagination" of his campus ministry was undercut financially once more. Read more



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The untimely death of a young man named Jay brings the Rev. Morgan Guyton and the NOLA Wesley Foundation to a grief that has them struggling to understand, yet grateful for the blessing of his presence. Read more

Practicing Faith