Luther Seminary is excited to welcome the Class of 1969 back to campus for their 50th reunion on Wednesday, May 8. We will also be hosting graduates prior to 1969 and Emeriti faculty. We expect a large turnout for this event, so if you are able please avoid parking in the OCC parking lot for our guests. If you have any questions, contact the Seminary Relations office at (651) 641-3448.
The Office of Financial Aid will be closed Tuesday, 05/7 to Friday, 05/10. During that time there will be limited access to email and phone messages. Messages left during that time will be responded to the week of May 13.
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Student Council Executive Committee!
Alex Ohman, President
Chad Rademacher, Vice-President
Sara Martin, Treasurer
Bergen Nelson, Secretary
Please join Spirit Lab for a short Prayer Break Monday morning from 11:30-11:45 in the Meditation Chapel in OCC.
If you are not able to join us in person, please use the requests below to pray for the Luther community as your schedule permits.
You can submit a prayer request for Prayer Break and/or the Pastor’s Office anytime by using this form.
Prayers for Monday May 6:
* For Dr. Alan Padgett at the death of his father.
*For Marty Wyatt’s husband, Tanner, in ICU recovering from surgery.
*For Danni Dunasky’s father, Pete, who has cancer.
*For this week’s Luther Board Meeting; that the Holy Spirit will be present in love and wisdom as board members discern, guide, discuss and act to lead this seminary and community in God’s will.
Luther Seminary invites applications for the following positions:
Innovation and The Center for Lifelong Learning:
Digital Project Manager
Hospitality and Events Coordinator
Please visit the employment page online.
It is my great pleasure to announce our 11th annual CYF(Children, Youth & Family) Prize winners for 2019. These winners will join the following:
Billie Jo Wicks and Megan Floyd in 2018; Kate Knutson and Briana Morris-Brock in 2017, Christian Gonzalez and Molly Schroeder 2016, Corey Lange and Kayla Billings 2015, Ali Ferin and Culynn Curtis 2014, Kyle Zvejnieks and Aaron Fuller 2013, Andrew Kellner and Karen Gieseke 2012, Katy Vitek and Amber Espinoza 2011, Matthew Mass and Marcia Evenson 2010, Paul Clark and Derek Tronsgard 2009.
2019 winners are:
Gloria Osemenam “How Music Rooted in African Traditions Can Minister to Middle School Kids Who Have Experienced Trauma”
Deomie Lynn Perez Rivamonte “Finding God in Bibliodrama: A Constructive Use of Personal Narratives in Christian Education”
Join me in congratulating them. And all of our seniors for wonderful work!
Andrew Root, PhD
The Carrie Olson Baalson
Associate Professor of
Youth and Family Ministry