Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, is offering continuing-education courses in 16 cities between late May and early August.
The two- to five-day courses are open to professional church workers, laypeople, and students. Most are taught by professors from Concordia Theological Seminary; the course in Madison, Wis., will be taught by Dr. John W. Kleinig, a professor at Luther Seminary in North Adelaide, Australia.
Tuition costs vary — from $80 for a two-day course, to between $75 and $200 for four- and five-day courses. Vicars and students from LCMS colleges and seminaries may attend free of charge.
In addition to Madison, courses will be offered in St. Cloud, Minn.; Highlands Ranch, Colo.; Hickory, N.C.; Houston and Austin, Texas; Kearney, Neb.; Topeka, Kan.; San Francisco; Jackson, Wyo.; Seattle; Harrison, Ark.; Norwalk, Conn.; Pittsburgh; Flathead Lake, Mont.; and Albuquerque, N.M.
For a list of dates, course titles, and instructors for each site, visit the seminary’s Web site at www.ctsfw.edu and click on “Continuing Education” in the left-hand column. Online registration also is available on the site.
For more information, contact Rev. Mark Sheafer, coordinator of continuing education and related events, at (260) 452-2266 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted Jan. 27, 2005