11 a.m. in Chapel of the Incarnation: A contemplative service of Lectio Divina with scripture reading, meditation, prayer and song, based on the lectionary assigned Psalm. Music led by Michael Morris.
Archives for September 2021
Coffee and Candidacy Today: Endorsement in the ELCA
If you are a candidate in the ELCA and you are looking at Endorsement as your next step, join Ashley Wheeler (candidacy coordinator) at 2 p.m. Central today. Bring your favorite mug of tea or coffee, and we will talk through these next steps. The Zoom link will be included in the community announcements email.
Feel free to contact Ashley for any questions or if you are unable to join: email@example.com.
Our custodian found a blue card in Gullixson Hall on Wednesday, September 29. Please come to the President’s Office in Gullixson 105 to retrieve it, if this card is yours. See Gina.
Holy Communion Service at 11 a.m. Today
lease join us in the Chapel of the Incarnation at 11 a.m. today for our weekly Holy Communion service.
Preacher: Joy J. Moore, VP for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, and Professor of Biblical Preaching
If you can’t make it in person, you can use this livestream link.
What’s Your Plan for Internship? Register for an Information Session Next Week.
Luther students, please join our Contextual Learning team for one of two virtual information sessions to help you understand the next steps in planning for your internship:
4-5:30 p.m. Central Tuesday, October 5
6-7:30 p.m. Central Thursday, October 7
If you plan to start your internship in Fall 2022, please plan to attend one of these information sessions. Internship is a course requirement for all M.Div. students and is often a requirement for different faith traditions, including the ELCA.
RSVP using this form to register. Once you register, we’ll send you the Zoom link to whichever session you choose to attend.
Money and Minimalism Webinar – Free for Students, Faculty, and Staff
Date: Monday, October 11
Time: 10-11:30 a.m. Central
Location: Zoom – Registration Link
More than just an art movement, minimalism is a growing philosophy and lifestyle that people around the world are choosing over a life of conspicuous consumption, debilitating debt, and over-scheduled calendars. Discover what living a minimalist life might look like for you; explore ways to declutter your living space, simplify your money life, and get rid of things that are anchoring you down.
The Stewardship Leaders Program, in partnership with Lutheran Social Services, is excited about offering this Money and Minimalism webinar free for all Luther students, faculty, and staff. This topic was chosen based on your input through a Financial Wellness survey we did last fall. Thank you so much for telling us what you need!
NOTE: This webinar will be recorded and shared as soon as it is available
Questions? Contact Arlene Flancher (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Grace Pomroy (email@example.com), of the Stewardship Leaders Program.