Contact Information

Seminary Relations

NW 130 - Luther Seminary

651-641-3448 or 1-888-3LUTHER

Donor Stories

The call to give is compelling. Those who support Luther Seminary with their gifts of time and money can tell you what this stewardship role means to them:

David and Andrea Hayes

David Hayes and his wife, Andrea, recently contributed $25,000 to refurbish a pipe organ acquired by the seminary from St. Olaf College. The organ, valued at nearly $100,000, will serve as a much needed practice instrument for students in the seminary's master of sacred music program. The seminary's need for an additional practice organ is the result of an increasing number of students interested in studying organ performance.

Read More

Robert Torkelson

I am a member of the Leadership Circle at Luther Seminary because I love the Church and want it to be here for future generations.

Read More

Charles Olson

Charles Olson has served as a Luther Seminary volunteer for almost 20 years. His service is fueled by his love for the church. "I love the church and think there is no greater way to serve the church than to serve the seminary, because the seminary is the future of our church," he said.

Read More

Dr. E. Duane and Mrs. Marlene Engstrom

We wanted to make sure that some of our present assets were set aside to benefit those attending the seminary in the future.

Read More

Lee and Louise Sundet

Pastors and teachers who effectively teach God's word can have a great impression on young people. Lee and Louise Sundet can witness to that.

Read More

Valborg Hallan

I have always admired the pastors and missionaries that I have known, and since it hasn't been possible for me to join them, I'm happy that the charitable gift annuities provide a means of helping ease the financial pressure of others who are preparing to answer God's call...

Read More

John and Eleanor Yackel

Circle Pines, Minnesota

Because of our respect for this institution based on the blessings we have derived from its "product" ... we have decided to invest some of our hopes, prayers, and resources at this seminary.

Read More

Noel and Ethel Estenson

Noel Estenson is no stranger to meeting challenges. "I heard that Luther Seminary sometimes has to turn away potential students because of a lack of funding," he said. "I know that after I've left this place we call earth, Luther Seminary will continue responding to the call of supplying pastors for our churches."

Read More

Norman and Eunice Jones

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Both of our families were centered in the Christian life.  Giving and serving seemed very natural. That was where the heart was.

Read More

Mike Diemer

Ready and willing, Mike Diemer has supported Luther Seminary as a volunteer in many ways for 15 years. One of the primary ways he serves the seminary is by introducing it to potential major donors who have a deep love for the church.

Read More