Morgan Guyton, Campus Minister and Director

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Morgan became a NOLA Wesley campus minister in July, 2014. He is one half of NOLA Wesley’s husband-wife campus ministry team. Morgan graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2010 and got his undergraduate degree in English from the University of Virginia in 2000. Morgan spent the first several years out of college living in Christian intentional communities and working for social justice non-profits and a labor union. He also taught high school English for a few years before answering God’s call to ministry. Morgan’s blog Mercy Not Sacrifice is hosted by the religion blog site Patheos. He is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Red Letter Christians, Ministry Matters, and UMC Lead.  He released his first book, How Jesus Saves the World from Us, published by Westminster John Knox, in 2016.

Cheryl Guyton, Campus Minister

After completing her undergraduate studies at Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!), Cheryl worked in various non-profit settings including a membership association that supports children’s hospitals and as a public school teacher; she also served as a church youth group leader.  Cheryl graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2007. She spent most of her career, prior to her time at NOLA Wesley, in hospital chaplaincy and divorce recovery ministry.

IMG_0704Maddie Rombough, Outreach Intern

A Tulane sophomore, Maddie studies Psychology. She is responsible for developing and maintaining NOLA Wesley’s presence with the students and staff of Loyola and Tulane. “Cute” is Maddie’s favorite word, and she uses it generously, as if the word has 36 different definitions. Have you ever seen NOLA Wesley tablers handing out buttermilk drops, freshly made Yerba Mate tea, candy, and notes of kindness under Stern? Chances are, Maddie was there, so stop by and say hi next time!

fullsizeoutput_361Nicole Garcia, Service & Justice Intern

Nicole, a sophomore at Tulane, is an Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and History double major.  During high school,
Nicole travelled to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji in the span of one week! At Wesley, she leads the planning, preparation, and implementation of missional service and social justice opportunities. Check out our “Connect” page to sign up fr special service events, our “Ministries” page to see what regularly scheduled service opportunities Nicole has lined up for this semester, and our “Calendar” page to see the full list!

Sherrill Harrell, Prism Intern

Sherrill is a fifth year Tulane student studying Gender & Sexuality Studies whose many talents include licensed boating in the state of Alabama. In their Wesley role, they work to create a safe space and community-building opportunities for LGBTQIA-identifying people and allies. They also lead NOLA Wesley’s weekly Prism small group for LGBTQIA and allies. Meet Sherrill at Prism every Sunday from 7:00-8:00pm after Wesley Dinner and Worship!

Kimberly Cortez, Fellowship Intern

Studying Neuroscience and Spanish, Kimberly is a second-year student at Tulane who once met Selena Gomez. Kimberly organizes regular community-building events for Wesley students. In the past, she has planned movie nights, girls’ nights in, laser tag, a trip to a Mardi Gras warehouse, and more!

Christy Smith, Worship Intern

A senior at Tulane, Christy is majoring in Homeland Security and Gender & Sexuality Studies. She has folded approximately 3,000 paper cranes over the course of her life. At Wesley, Christy assists in the planning of Sunday worship services and leads our musical praise team.

Eva Dils, Spiritual Formation Intern

Eva is a freshman at Tulane who studies Public Health and Political Economy. She helps lead Wesley’s two weekly conversation groups and plans special opportunities for students’ spiritual exploration and collaboration with other Tulane organizations. Eva is from Cleveland-ish, loves Cleveland, and loves to talk about her love for Cleveland.