The May 2 and 6 dinner events in Lisle, Ill., and Buena Park, Calif., will launch a yearlong celebration for Lutheran Bible Translators, Aurora, Ill.
“Christian Law Enforcement Chaplaincy — Theology and Practice” is planned for June 2-6 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
The Kantorei, a 16-voice choir composed of seminarians from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Ind., offers services at six sites April 23-27.
The May 7-8 events at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, are designed for pastors and students involved in homiletical and exegetical education.
“The Origin of Life: The Improbability of Chance, Mutation and Natural Selection” is planned for June 30 to July 2 at Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon.
Congregational leaders from rural and small-town settings are encouraged to attend the Nov. 6-8 conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Presenting the lecture is the Rev. Dr. Abjar Bahkou, an LCMS clergyman in Texas who was raised Syrian Orthodox.
With registration filled for the conference at Mequon, Wis., a fourth one is planned for July 15-18 at Camp LiWiSoMo in northern Wisconsin.
“Reflecting God’s Love” is the theme of the 22nd Annual Concordia Conference for Parish Nurse and Congregational Health Ministries, May 28-29 at Concordia University Wisconsin, Mequon.
Representatives from 38 organizations that work with immigrants and refugees gather in Baltimore for the Feb. 24-26 conference.
The July 28-31 conference at Concordia University, Nebraska is designed for pastors, musicians and laity who are passionate about music.
The lecture, “Responding to Islam,” on March 27 at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, will be given by the Rev. Dr. Abjar Bahkou.
The April 27-29 “One God One Call” conference is sponsored by the Disability Network of Lutheran Services in America.
Lutherans interested and involved in black ministry are invited to attend the Black Ministry Family Convocation, July 9-13 in Kansas City, Mo.
Concordia Theological Seminary will present its annual symposia on exegetical and confessional theology Jan. 21-24 on its campus and in a live webcast.
Both LCMS seminaries are offering in January one-day workshops on preaching during the seven weeks of Lent, which begins March 5.