Events

Lutherans meet in D.C. to discuss church and state

The event was sponsored by the LCMS Office of the President and Lutheran Church Extension Fund.

Black Clergy Caucus meets during ‘time of transition’

The Black Clergy Caucus of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod held its spring conference April 9–11 at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne.

Translation leaders gather for National Offering ‘summit’

The National Offering will support the ongoing translation of solid Lutheran resources into languages other than English.

God’s design for sexuality: Starting the conversation

In 2019 and 2023, the LCMS convention passed resolutions calling on the church to “address sexual orientation and gender identity issues” through intentional conversations.

Lutherans give witness to life and Christ

The March on the Arch is the largest annual pro-life demonstration in the St. Louis region.

Countdown to Call Day 2024

Both LCMS seminaries will provide live, online coverage of their upcoming Call Day and Assignment services.

DCEs meet for study, sharing

The National Association of Directors of Christian Education held its biennial conference Jan. 31–Feb. 2 in Houston.

Worker wellness coalition meets for sharing, planning

The Ministerial Care Coalition gathered in Florida March 3–5.

Hybrid conference a ‘joyful conversation’ about stewardship

There is no cost to attend the conference, which offers both online and in-person options.

Campus ministry staff to gather in May

The LCMS U Campus Ministry Staff Conference is set for May 29–30 at Luther Memorial Chapel in Shorewood, Wis.

‘An attitude of lifelong service’: Servant Event registration now open

Events will begin as early as March and continue through August.

Specialized Spiritual Care conference set for May

The deadline to register is April 19.

Clinical Pastoral Education opportunity runs for 20 weeks

The deadline to apply is April 15.

‘Bring Giving Home’: Stewardship workshops offered to districts

The workshops provide an opportunity for both pastors and lay leaders to learn strategies for approaching stewardship in the Christian congregation.

DOXOLOGY honors Yahnke, celebrates 15 years

DOXOLOGY, an LCMS Recognized Service Organization, was developed to train pastors in theologically sound strategies for caring for their own mental health as well as that of their flock. 

Singing the Bible’s hymnal: Worship institute spotlights psalter

Registration is now open for the 2024 Institute on Liturgy, Preaching and Church Music.