On Wednesday during Orientation Week, students, faculty, and staff will head out to various parts of the Saint Louis area to provide four hours of service. Rev. Bill Wrede, Director of Ministerial Recruitment and Admissions said, “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to serve our community, get to know the Saint Louis area, and become acquainted with their new classmates, faculty, and staff.” This is the Seminary’s fifth year serving with Gateway Greening, Compass Schools, Center for New Americans, and other agencies.
Group Leaders learning about their site and service opportunities
Dean of Ministerial Formation, Dr. Tim Saleska, briefs the leaders.
Servant Event Group Leader Bags Stocked and Ready to Go
Have you ever been to our campus for a personal visit? Whether it would work better for you to come at a time you choose or for one of our scheduled events, we would love to host you here in Saint Louis. Individual visits are tailored to your needs. Each visit generally includes worship in chapel, attending a class or two, meeting with your Admissions Officer, learning about housing and financial aid, and touring campus. We also provide lodging free of charge. Click on the link to explore more of the details. http://www.csl.edu/2017/08/seminary-holds-visitation-events-for-prospective-students-3/
Saint Louis and our campus look to be marvelously located for viewing the solar eclipse. Dr. Charles Arand, Professor of Systematic Theology, has written a Bible study for individuals or groups to use called The Great American Eclipse and Our Creaturely Sense of Wonder. You may access the study at no charge by clicking on the link. http://www.csl.edu/2017/08/great-american-eclipse-bible-study-offered-for-aug-21-solar-eclipse/
Ready to study Greek? Registration is now open for the on-line Greek tutorial taught by none other than our very own Dr. James Voelz. Click here for additional information: http://www.csl.edu/2017/06/registration-opens-for-online-greek-language-course/
The Munderloh Foundation provides scholarship grants to seminary students annually. These scholarships are generous and renewable for your entire seminary career (excluding Vicarage). This scholarship is easy to apply for and will more than cover the average of $2,400 in scholarship funds annually that you are expected to apply for. Continue reading
Summer classes are beginning, summer Greek students will arrive for their first day of class on June 26, high school students will arrive for their event on June 24, and vicars, interns, and those who have been called to ministry are heading off to points around the country.
Our next event, Next Steps, is coming up on July 7 and 8 (a Friday and Saturday). This event is designed for married couples with or without children. It’s a time to network with others considering their “next steps” and to learn from those who have already made the move to campus as they share their experiences. To register for Next Steps, please go to http://www.csl.edu/admissions/visit-us/next-steps/ This event is free!
For information about other events coming up this next academic year, please go to http://www.csl.edu/admissions/visit-us/
The new curriculum of Concordia Seminary will be rolled out this fall. We look forward to offering the finest in pastoral and diaconal formation at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Here’s a link to additional information. New Curriculum FAQ
Wednesday, April 26 is a very important day on our campus, in the lives of our students, and for the Church. Two services will happen that day. Vicarage Placement (one year pastoral internship or diaconal internship) service is at 3:00 Central Time. Call Service (concluding students receive their calls to ministry) is at 7:00 p.m. For additional information, go to http://callday.csl.edu/
We rejoice that eight residential applicants (six Master of Divinity and two Deaconess) were admitted to Concordia Seminary, St. Louis for Fall 2017.