Earlier this week the Washington Times ran a story on congregational unity during the coronavirus pandemic. Professor Michael Chan represented a Lutheran perspective in three paragraphs at the end of the article. Check out “Churches creatively maintain unity of congregation with online services” on the Washington Times website.
Archives for April 23, 2020
The Faith+Lead team is excited to share a snapshot of our recent work. Check out the Faith+Lead Tour PDF for an overview of what we’re developing, hosting, and launching for ministry leaders and the broader Christian community.
Faculty and staff members are invited to join us for an online Faith+Lead Open House 12-12:45 p.m. Central, Monday, April 27. Check your email for the calendar invitation and Zoom link. If you have questions, reach out to Tessa Pinkstaff at email@example.com.
You’ve probably heard about “Zoom-bombing” in the news recently. In the world of technology there is a balance between convenience and security. Zoom allows you to control that balance with numerous built-in options that you can use to enhance your meeting security. Learn about security options and Luther’s recommended settings.
Tonight, Pastor Jeni will host a Bible study on this week’s lectionary text: the road to Emmaus. We’ll talk about Luke 24:13-35, and Pastor Jeni will share her own experience of walking down the actual road while living in Jerusalem. Zoom in at 7 p.m. Central tonight, Thursday, April 23, at https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor.
Join Sarah Luedtke-Jones and Pastor Jeni Grangaard for a coffee break starting at 11 a.m. Central on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Bring a mug of something warm and come for conversation, check-in time, stories, and community. Zoom in at https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor.