E-lert - February 2012

Enjoy a Taste of Seminary at Luther

Are you interested in attending Luther Seminary? Does work and school keep you from visiting during regular business hours? Try Taste of Seminary, an open house event on March 19, where you will:

  • Enjoy dinner on campus while having casual conversations about your calling.
  • Make helpful contacts in case you decide to attend seminary someday.
  • Attend the first session of a Lay School of Theology course (non-credit classes taught by seminary professors for lay persons).

"Having an event at night creates space for those people who are working full time to discover if Luther is for them," said Sara Wilhelm Garbers, director of admissions. "We are thrilled about the increase in the number of students who joined us for Taste of Seminary this past September. We met many new friends who are called to service in the church."

The Lay classes being offered that evening are:

  • How the Bible Came to Us: Its Writing, Use and Authority, taught by James Boyce, Professor Emeritus of New Testament
  • Daily Prayer and Worship, taught by Dirk Lange, Associate Professor of Worship

Registration is free! Register today!