Monday, December 03, 2018

Chapel on Mondays in Advent

We are streaming our Chapel Services on Mondays during Advent. Chapel is at 10:10 am each day. If you would like to pariticipate with us on Mondays online, or watch at a more convenient time, go to: You are also invited to attend Chapel in person at the seminary.

Thursday, November 08, 2018

Observing Remembrance Day

We are closed Friday, November 9, 2018 to observe Remembrance Day.
We will open Monday, November 11.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Reformation Day Chapel Service

If you missed attending the Reformation Day Chapel Service. you can still watch it by going to our YouTube page:

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Make a donation by e-Transfer

It is easy to donate or pay tuition to the seminary using the Canadian integrated banking system’s secure Interac process. Simply go into your bank account online and use the e-transfer or Interac link.

To donate, use the mail address Your bank software will ask you to set up a question that we are required to answer in order to accept the money. Send us your last name and the answer in a separate email to – All donations will go for our ongoing operations (all operations help students directly and indirectly as we carry out our singular mission), unless you specify an Endowment, Adopt A Student, or Financial Aid by name.

To pay a bill (such as tuition), use the email address Your bank software will ask you to set up a question that we are required to answer in order to accept the money. Send us your last name and the answer in a separate email to – All payments will go to the account or person you specify.

THANK YOU … we will receipt all monies that come to us through e-transfer.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Quest Course – Fall 2018

Join us!
Tuesday nights at 7:00-9:00 pm
October 2, 9, 16, and 23
on the CLS campus or online

“Ministry Beyond”

This fall's Quest course focuses on auxiliary ministries in LCC that complement and supplement the pastoral office. Topics progress from historical and theological surveys of helping ministries in congregational contexts, to a look at Lutheran schools, to a focus on outreach and mission. Our sessions will be lead by Deacon Jennifer Frim (first two sessions), Rev. Mark Dressler (third session), and Deacon Michael Gillingham (fourth session).

Tuesday 2 October “Ministry beyond our time: Ministering to God’s people in the Bible”
Tuesday 9 October:  “Ministry beyond the pastor: The supporting role of the auxiliary office”
Tuesday 16 October: “Ministry beyond the congregation: Lutheran schools and teachers”
Tuesday 23 October: “Ministry beyond your front door: Short-term missions”

Attend Quest for free - in person at the seminary or online. A free-will donation is acceptable. Group participation using the seminary’s online platform is welcome. Please register with Kathy Budgell, or 780-474-1468 ext. 225.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Join us on September 24!

Student Convocation
Come and enjoy this year's first Student Convocation!
Monday, 24 September
1:00 - 2:15 PM
The Schwermann Room at Concordia Lutheran Seminary
Seminarian Darcy Albers will share about his missionary service with the World Mission Prayer League, when he and his family lived in Pakistan for 5 years. 

Monday, August 27, 2018

2018-2019 Opening Service

Join us September 4 2018 for our 2018-2019 Academic Year Opening Service. The service will be held at 10:10 am in the Concordia Lutheran Seminary Chapel. This is an opportunity to meet this year's on-campus students.

Monday, July 09, 2018

New Testament Greek by distance education

BL-092/093, New Testament Greek, can meet different goals for different people. Laypeople will gain the ability to read the New Testament in its original language. Pre-seminary students will acquire the competence they need to begin seminary classes. Pastors will refresh their ability to prepare for sermons and Bible classes.
Starting on Tuesday September 4, Concordia Lutheran Seminary is offering an evening course in New Testament Greek. This is a 9-month course being offered by distance education, so you can access it on the internet from anywhere. It meets Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:30 pm (Mountain Time).

In addition to these two “live” class sessions every week, led by the instructor, the course relies heavily on students’ independent work using the course’s textbook, workbook, and online materials. The course follows William Mounce’s Basics of Biblical Greek (3rd edition). A syllabus is available upon request.

The course is reasonably priced at $250 per semester. (Church-workers in Lutheran Church-Canada pay even less.) The instructor is adjunct faculty member Alex Marque, a Ph.D. student at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis who specializes in the Greek writings of the early church.

Interested? Contact the Registrar, Anna Yang: or 780.474-1468 ext. 227.
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