In this devotion, Alan Bray ’84 M.Div. writes about the Samaritan leper who recognized God incarnate in Jesus. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for October 7, 2022
Hymn Sing today! Come sing along with friends as they share their favorite hymns!
We gather online on Mondays from 9–9:50 a.m. Central for an online Bible Study looking at Wednesday’s preaching text. Zoom link will be provided in the community announcements email.
Thank you to all who participated in trivia so far this semester! We are so excited to offer pizza trivia 4 more times this semester. Trivia will always occur after chapel. Keep these dates in your calendar, and come join us for a fun time with good folks:
- Tues, Oct 11
- Tues, Oct 25
- Wed, Nov 9
- Wed, Nov 30
MnMN’s 2022 Annual Conference—Sacred Creation in Crisis: Strengthening the Multifaith Response in Minnesota with speakers Dr. Kelly Sherman Conroy and faith leaders.
The Minnesota Multifaith Network, of which Luther Seminary is an organizational member, is gathering Minnesota’s faith leaders and practitioners, multifaith activists, scholars, community leaders, and artists on October 12, 2022 to celebrate and express our wonder for creation, learn from each other’s wisdom, and find common ground for acting together.
This year’s conference, “Sacred Creation in Crisis: Strengthening the Multifaith Response in Minnesota,” supports the United Nations (UN) declaration that “access to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment is a universal human right.” Faith leaders and interfaith organization leaders will have separate spaces over lunch to discuss how to work together for climate justice. The conference is being planned in cooperation with Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light. Register here.
Can you feel it in the air? The days are getting shorter, the trees are changing in color, and temperature is getting colder. We are in swing of fall and its time to celebrate! Join us Friday, October 14 for our Fall Festival from 5:30–8 p.m. in the OCC patio. Grab a group of friends as we kick things off with crafts, pizza, snacks and a pumpkin carving contest. Then warm up with some hot cider and popcorn as we watch Hocus Pocus. Students, staff, and faculty are all welcomed to this event.