Every year in the fall, our middlers leave campus on Tuesdays to teach in Lutheran elementary schools. In those classrooms, second-year seminary students learn how to teach catechism class to seventh and eighth graders.
On a snowy Sunday, Dec. 8, the Seminary Chorus presented its eighty-second Christmas concert.
Join Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary on a tour of the great cities and towns of Germany that shaped the Lutheran Reformation. The twelve-day tour, which includes a day in Prague, will highlight the work of Lutheran pastors and theologians, musicians and artists, and princes and patrons. The tour extends from May 25 to June 5, 2014. Tour leaders are James Tiefel and James Korthals from the seminary and James Danell from Martin Luther College.
December 8, 2013 – 3:00 & 7:00 p.m.
Pastor Chung, a Korean minister, tells about his experiences as a born and raised Methodist. Although he had nearly received his doctorate in systematic theology, he disliked the attrition of doctrine in Methodism and eventually became a WELS member and pastor. His story is both instructive and compelling, exemplifying the importance of keeping a mission-minded attitude and perspective no matter where we serve.