In today’s God Pause, Steve Thomason, ’15 Ph.D. , Associate Professor of Spiritual Formation, reflects on the pain of public opinion. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for March 30, 2023
Speaker: Tessa Pinkstaff, Project Manager, Faith+Lead
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Free lunch in the OCC Dining Room!
Join by zoom, see Community Annoucements email for link.
Students, do you have questions? We can help!
Ashley Wheeler (Candidacy) and SLJ (Course Planning) and other staff special guests to be announced. We will be available the following Thursdays in the spring at noon CT:
3/30 – Zoom
4/13 – OCC Dining Room
4/27 – Zoom
5/11 – OCC Dining Room
5/25 – Zoom
Zoom links will be included in the Community Announcements email.
If we don’t have the answer, we’ll help you get in touch with someone who does!
If you have questions or aren’t available at those times, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re finally doing it!!
Thursday, March 30
6- 9 p.m.
Did you know that in a basement just over 6 miles away from Luther Seminary, the very first fantasy roleplaying game was played on April 17, 1971?
This first gaming session would be developed into a set of house rules that would eventually be expanded on and published in 1974 as a set of brown booklets called Dungeons & Dragons.
Nathan Lyke is a senior at Luther Sem, and a D&D enthusiast and game-history archivist.
Come for a brief history of how this game came to be through historical objects (including a model castle that belonged to the game’s co-creator Dave Arneson), ask questions, and play a “one-shot” session in the style these original players used when the game was merely a loose set of house rules.
No experience is necessary, and even seasoned players will likely learn some new historical points of interest about the game!
Jimmy Johns sandwiches and chips will be provided!
Contact Nathan Lyke with questions: email@example.com
Are you interested in joining the Luther Seminary choir? Practice will be held on Thursdays at 4:30 pm.. in the Chapel of the Incarnation (OCC). Drop-ins are welcome and experience is not required! The choir sings at our Wednesday 11 a.m. services. Miss a practice? No worries: you can still come to sing during the chapel service.
All questions can be directed to Lucas Byl: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join the RIC Committee and some Twin Cities churches as we celebrate the lives and legacy of our trans siblings! It will be held in the Chapel of Incarnation at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 31st.