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.
Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
The purpose of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary is to offer theological training that prepares men to enter the pastoral ministry of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod or of churches within its confessional fellowship . The seminary also endeavors in various ways to offer opportunity for theological and professional growth to called workers who already are serving in the ministry of its confessional fellowship.
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On November 14 the seminary will join with Prof. Daniel Leyrer to worship the Lord as he marks the 25th anniversary of his service in the gospel ministry. A festival service will begin at 9:20 a.m. in the seminary chapel with Pastor Wayne Uhlhorn, a close friend and classmate, as the preacher. Special music will be offered by seminary choirs and instrumentalists. A reception will follow. All are cordially invited.
As the entire Christian world anticipates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary is inviting members of the Southeastern Wisconsin District to gather for worship to remember the blessings of the Reformation. The festival service will be held in the Seminary Auditorium in Mequon on Sunday, October 26, at 3:30 p.m.
Pastoral Studies Institute student Peter Bur, Professor E. Allen Sorum, and PSI student Simon Duoth are in Ethiopia this month. They are bringing the gospel to Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia and helping train four Sudanese pastors who are serving these refugees.