MARK THE DATE:Concordia Lutheran Seminary, EdmontonSacred ConvocationFriday, May 29, 20207:00 p.m. MDTLive ONLINE at: https://youtu.be/fyo95XOsz54 Watch from home as SEVEN new pastoral candidates receive
their first Call into ministry, and TWO vicar/interns are placed for service. We thank God for His marvelous blessing upon these men and
their families, and upon His Church here in Canada, as Lutheran servants and
congregations are connected through this assignment. Graduating students will also receive their degrees and
theological diplomas. Honoree Fran Wershler will receive the Faith in Life
recognition. Nearly two-thirds ($650,000) of the funding
needed to train these pastors and vicar/interns comes from congregations and
individuals across the Church. Thank you for your critical role as a donor to
train these pastors (and deacons). Because we are mission minded, a tithe of
our convocation donations will also support the LCC mission work in Southeast
Asia, where four of our graduates s…
CLS presents a German Advent and Christmas service with traditional hymn and carol singing in the German language on Sunday, December 20th, 2009, from 4:00 – 5:30 P.M. in the seminary chapel.
The service will include German readings from the Scriptures, German Christmas Carols, and a message preached in German by seminary president, Dr. Manfred Zeuch. Whether or not you speak and understand the German language, all are invited to attend and join this celebration of our Lord’s birth.
For more information check the web site at www.learngrowserve.ca or call the Seminary at 780-474-1468. For details, contact Daniel Deyell or Sandra Esperanza (email@example.com)
CLS laedt ein zum deutschen Advents- und Weihnachtsgottesdient am Sonntag den 20. Dezember in der Kapelle des Concordia Lutheran Seminary, von 16 Uhr bis hoechstens 17 Uhr 30.
Der Gottesdienst wird sein in deutscher Sprache, mit Lesungen and alt bekannten Weihnachtsliedern, gespielt und gesungen. Die Weihnachtsanspra…
On September 11 CLS promoted its first Annual Research Forum. Faculty and a guest presenter discussed the Theological research they completed in the past year. A graduate school's vocation - as it is for any university - is carried out on a triangular basis, with each point supporting and sustaining the others: · Teaching (in the sense of formal education) · Research · Extension As an academic place, our school is also a place, then, where knowledge is revisited, built and shared in formal and informal education. Our seminary supports each professor's research by allocating time and means for formal research. Each year, research projects are received and approved; completed projects are shared with the larger community; and final results of each project are evaluated for publication in various ways: either as research articles in specialized journals, or as a doctoral thesis, or as a book. The inaugural forum’s guest presenter was Rev. Mark Sander, pastor in Mannsville, AB, who sha…