Come together today to check-in. Grab a beverage and Zoom in for community, conversation, and care. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Central Tuesday, July 28. Follow this Zoom link: https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor. A link to the password will be provided in the community announcements email.
Luther Seminary Chapel presents “The Liturgy of the Hours” podcast, prayer that goes with you wherever you may be. This week’s podcast includes music from Michael Morris and Nate Crary with readings by M.Div. student Lara Moll.
Listen the the episode on the “Liturgy of the Hours Episode Seven” page or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Have you have been granted Entrance into candidacy in the ELCA and are not sure what your next step is? Join us on Zoom this afternoon to talk through the next steps with the Endorsement process and help answer any questions you may have.
Please email Ashley Wheeler (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
The Zoom link and password will be shared in the community announcements email.
Come together today to check-in. Grab a beverage and Zoom in for community, conversation, and care. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Central Thursday, June 23. Follow this Zoom link: https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor. A link to the password will be provided in the community announcements email.
Join us at 11 a.m. Central Wednesday, July 22, for an online chapel worship service as we respond to last weekend’s offensive graffiti on campus and seek to cast out the demon of racism. President Robin Steinke will share, and Professor Mary Hess will reflect with thoughts on the Feast Day of Mary Magdalene. Seminary Pastor Jeni Grangaard will lead an affirmation of faith, M.Div. student Dan O’Brien will assist, and Tom Witt will lead music, Use this Zoom link: https://luthersem.zoom.us/my/sempastor. A link to the password will be provided in the community announcements email.
Are you interested in participating in Word & World as a student member of the editorial board?
Word & World is the quarterly journal of theology for Christian ministry published by the faculty of the seminary. Its work is guided by the staff and an editorial board made up of seven members of the Luther faculty and two students. The students are full voting members of the board. Both student slots are open for next year, starting July 1, 2020.
Membership on the board is voluntary and unsalaried, but students do get the opportunity to participate in the life of a significant theological journal. Duties include regular attendance at board meetings (perhaps two or three per semester) and thoughtful contribution to the board’s work, including bringing ideas for issues and authors. All students, in any program, are eligible; for this year most of our work will likely be online.
If you would like to be a student board member for 2020-21 please reply both to Professor Cameron Howard (board chair) and Professor Mark Granquist (editor) with a note that spells out your interest in the position, your availability to serve, and your qualifications. Include your year, program, and anticipated graduation date. Applications are due by August 15, 2020. Let me know if you have further questions.
Mark Granquist, editor