In this devotion, William Waxenberg ’69 M.Div. reflects on the theme of social justice that appears in Amos and throughout the Bible. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for September 12, 2022
Come celebrate the beginning of another year of learning, growth, and fellowship at our Back-to-School Block Party on Friday September 16th, 4pm-6pm, right before the first RFS session! We will be located by OCC. Food will be free and catered by Nelson’s Deli. Gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, and vegan options are available. This will be a great opportunity to connect with new and old friends. Let’s start this school year well with friends, games, and free food!
If you would like to have your student ID made during your time on campus for the RFS, please sign up for a timeslot on the ID sign-up spreadsheet.
When it is your time, stop by the circulation desk in the library (Gullixson Hall Level 2) to have your ID made. Please note that ID making is unavailable on Wednesday, September 21.
Please contact Peter Watters(email@example.com) with questions.
We are excited that the Fall semester and return to courses are quickly approaching! Faculty and Staff are working hard to prepare for many of you to come to campus this fall for your Residential Focus Session (RFS) courses.
Take a few moments to review the following information:
This schedule includes information about chapel services, lunch options (free and pre-order), and beer and hymn events (on and off campus)
This document includes information about food on & around campus, library hours, signing up to get your ID & COVID protocols
You are invited to attend a gathering of faculty, staff, students, and supporters of the Seminary on October 6 to celebrate the successful close of the Listen! God is Calling campaign. We have exceeded the fundraising goal for the Listen! God is Calling campaign, for the future of the church. More than 15,000 faithful investors have given over $98 million, since July 1, 2016.
This celebration is a thank you to the entire community for the success of the campaign. We would not have exceeded the campaign goal without your involvement!
If you’re in the area and able to join us, we’d love to celebrate with you on October 6 in the Olson Campus Center, beginning at 4:30pm. We’ll have appetizers, beverages, and live music from Rolf Jacobson’s band, the Fleshpots of Egypt.
October 6, 2022
4:30 pm – Service of Gratitude – Chapel
4:50 pm – Campaign Celebration Reception – Olson Campus Center
5:10 pm – A word of thanks from President Robin Steinke & Board Chair Marge Hegge
5:20 pm – The Fleshpots of Egypt
We would like to invite those of you who joined us in our 3rd annual Summer Book Club (and those who are curious about it) to join us for our end of the summer celebration. This will be a chance to reflect on the amazing work of Keri Day (“Notes of a Native Daughter”) and look forward to how it can inform our work moving forward. The event will be Monday September 13th at 3:45 (CST). Zoom link will be provided in the community announcements email.