Our liturgists this week are Michael Morris and Green Bouzard, who will lead us in Selah worship on the Luther Seminary Chapel Facebook page at 11 a.m. Central. Hope you can join us!
Archives for May 2021
Grab a snack or a cup of coffee and bring your Bible and, of course, your wonderful self!
We will gather on Fridays, 9-9:45 a.m. Central, via Zoom for a time of check-in, prayer, and Bible conversation so we can continue to share, encourage, and grow with one another. This group is open to anyone in our Luther community including staff, faculty, students, and friends of Luther Seminary. The Zoom information will be included in the community announcements email. See you soon!
Use this Google Form to choose the offerings that best meet your needs.
Luther Seminary cares deeply about the financial well-being of all our students and their families. The Stewardship Leaders Program has developed six offerings based on the results of the financial wellness survey sent to all students in October 2020. These opportunities are open to Luther Seminary students and their partners. NOTE: Students graduating in June of 2021 can take advantage of these opportunities through the summer.
Salary Negotiations and Benefits Workshop: Join us on Tuesday, May 18, 6–8:30 p.m. Central for a workshop designed to help you negotiate your salary and benefits. Can’t make it? We will send you a recording. Register here.
Financial Wellness conversation with Grace Pomroy: Grace is the director of the Stewardship Leaders Program at Luther Seminary and a Certified Financial Education Instructor. She brings years of experience and has a passion for all things related to money and ministry. It is always a shame-free zone talking finances with Grace.
LSS Financial Counseling: Work with a certified financial counselor at Lutheran Social Services as part of the new partnership between Luther Seminary and Lutheran Social Services.
Debt Accompaniment Pilot (Part 1): Work with Grace and LSS Financial Counseling to create a plan to reduce the amount of student loan debt you’ll need to borrow during seminary and even begin paying down your debt during seminary. Designed for current and incoming students.
Debt Accompaniment Pilot (Part 2): Work with Grace and LSS Financial Counseling to create a student loan debt repayment plan that is aligned with the salary you can expect to earn after you graduate. Designed for students nearing graduation.
Clergy Tax Information: An opportunity for students preparing for ordained ministry to learn more about the intricacies of clergy taxes and how it might apply to their particular situation. We are partnering with Clergy Financial Resources and will refer students directly to them. NOTE: This is not a tax preparation service. Participation in the Clergy Tax Workshop is helpful but not required.
It’s Friday, so put on something comfortable and get ready to log into Zoom for Friday Morning Yoga!
Come join us to slow down, connect with your body, and be present with your fellow community members. All abilities and levels of experience are welcome – even if you’ve never tried any yoga before!
Class begins at 10:15 a.m. Central.
Use this Zoom link to join us. The passcode will be in the community announcements email.
Our senior preacher this week is Emmy Schreiber, M.Div. student. Be sure to join us in chapel at 11 a.m. Central as we support this fellow student of our community! The Zoom link will be included in the community announcements email.
This week Nick Huseby joined the integrated Augsburg University/Luther Seminary marketing team. In his role as web manager and front-end developer, Nick leads web development, design, and content for Luther’s WordPress-based sites. Nick will work to ensure website content is accurate, follows accessibility and usability best practices, and adheres to brand standards.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from Concordia College and a Master of Divinity from Luther Seminary. He was most recently employed at a startup based in the Washington, D.C., area. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Nick.