The Wesley Foundation
at Princeton University


United Methodist Campus Ministry

The Two Greatest Commandments!

And Jesus answered, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself."

Luke 10.27



Chaplain's Message

Keith Brewer, Chaplain"Greetings!   Welcome to the new academic year at Princeton!   Whether you are a new or returning undergraduate or graduate student, I hope you will take the time this year to nurture your personal relationship with God and fellow Christians.   The essence of religion is succinctly stated by Jesus in Luke 10:27 as love for God and others.   I would encourage you to love God with your head, your heart, and your hands this academic year!   We love God with our head by knowledge and critical thinking about the Bible and the Christian faith.   We love God with our heart by private acts of devotion such as Bible reading and prayer and by public worship in the local church.   We love God with our hands by service to others involving acts of compassion and social justice.   Please let me know if I can assist you in any way during your time here at Princeton.   I hope this with be a rewarding year of intellectual, social, and spiritual growth for you!   Take care for now and may God bless you!"


The Wesley Foundation at Princeton University, 2011