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Archives for February 23, 2022
I hope you’ll join me in welcoming Jessica Hall Burns to the Augsburg and Luther communities. Jessica will be our new senior graphic and multimedia designer on the shared services marketing and communication team. She brings excellent design and visual communication skills and experience in a range of design types, and I am confident that she will become a trusted partner to our colleagues on both campuses.
Jessica’s first day was Monday. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: 10:30-11:30 a.m. Central Saturday, March 12
Register today! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
The Stewardship Leaders Program, in partnership with Clergy Financial, is excited to offer the first of four one-hour workshops on different aspects of Clergy Taxes. Join us Saturday, March 12, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Central, to explore New Call Basics for Clergy. At this online workshop Clergy Financial experts Mark and Josh Friesen will cover:
- How to define clergy employment status
- The top 10 questions you should ask
- Building your salary package
- Salary package examples
Spend an hour with us before the start of March Madness and get your clergy tax questions answered. Then you can relax, enjoy Selection Sunday on March 13, and set your brackets in time for the start of the NCAA tournament!
Date: Monday, March 21
Time: 9:45-10:45 a.m. Central
Register today (After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.)
How someone rates their financial situation, in most cases, has less to do with their financial situation and more with their emotional relationship with money. Financial anxiety is a part of this. The Stewardship Leaders Program will be exploring this topic with financial therapist Lindsay Bryan-Podvin who specializes in the area of financial anxiety.
Wondering whether Luther Seminary is closed for inclement weather or another emergency? Here’s how you can find out:
- Check your email. An email will go out from the President’s Office to all faculty, staff, and students if the campus will be closed or if classes will be delayed.
- Check the news. Luther Seminary will alert WCCO, KSTP, and KARE 11 to include in their weather-related closures announcements.
- Sign up for Omnilert to receive a text message.
- Check Inside Luther or luthersem.edu. If the campus is closed or classes will be delayed, information will be posted on both sites.
If there are no schedule changes, no announcements will be posted.