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Lutheran Composer on campus

CLS encourages its community to attend Concordia University College of Alberta's week of events with visiting scholar and well known Lutheran composer, Dr. Carl F. Schalk.
Dr. Schalk has written hymntunes such as “Spirit of God, Unleashed on Earth,” “Sing my Tongue,” and “Now.”  He has also been instrumental in editing magazines and creating hymnbooks (such as LBW). 
Dr. Schalk will be leading CUCA's chapel throughout the week of Oct. 29 – Nov. 2, and presenting noonhour (12:00-12:50) Schalk Talks on a variety of topics:
“Getting from There to Here - A Life in Church Music” (Mon, CUCA)“Choral Reading Session” music of Carl Schalk (Tues, CUCA)“First Person Singular” - a reading and commentary from his collection of short essays about Worship, Liturgy, and Children (Wed, CLS Chapel) “Choral Reading Session” music of Carl Schalk (Thurs, CUCA) He will also be giving two longer lectures for the community: 
Tuesday evening, 7:30 in CUCA's Tegler Centre, a FaithLife lecture, L…

Fall 2007 Quest

* Date: Tuesdays, October 30th, November 6th, 13th, and 20th
* Time: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
* Theme: Ethics for daily life
* Speaker: Dr. Manfred Zeuch

Dr. Zeuch, the Seminary’s President, will teach four Tuesday evening classes beginning October 30th at Concordia Lutheran Seminary.

Registration costs $25.00 for the series. For more information and to register for the classes contact Elaine Larsen at 780-474-1468, ext. 229.

For more general information on Quest or other CLS extension opportunities, click here.

Hippos Excavation 2008

Plans are in place for the ninth season of archaeology at Hippos, Israel. This is the second time that Concordia Lutheran Seminary has participated in this exciting project, in collaboration with Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Come and join us for an academic, spiritual, and hands-on adventure at a stunningly beautiful site—overlooking the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee. For much more information on the 2008 Hippos Excavation, click here.