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We need YOU – to take our survey!

LTSP is working on a new strategic plan, and a crucial part of our work is listening to YOU, our trusted partners in this ministry. Please take our short survey - just five questions - and share what you believe the CHURCH needs and about how we might shape our SEMINARY to address those needs.

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Position Opening: Vice President for Mission Advancement

LTSP is seeking an experienced leader with demonstrated success in planning innovative and successful fundraising strategies, cultivating major donors, making compelling requests for contributions, and closing on major gift proposals to fill the position of Vice President for Mission Advancement. For a detailed position description and application information, please visit our Employment page. Closing date: December 15, 2014.

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PS Portions – November 2014

In this issue of PS Portions, DavidLose-crop2-webPresident David Lose reflects on what he is hearing "On the Road" in From the President, plus the Rev. Dr. Alyn Waller reflects on a "Ministry Career of Facilitating Extraordinary Congregational Growth," a heart-stopping street-side display at LTSP honors memory of victims slain by illegal guns, Sam Katz recounts the place of faith in Philadelphia over the years, Philadelphia Phobos take the 49th Luther Bowl, and more...

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Annual Tree Lighting – Friday, December 5

4:45 pm | William Allen Plaza
* Caroling * Refreshments * Christmas Ensemble from the Salvation Army, Philadelphia Citadel * Bring unwrapped toys for children ages newborn to 11+ years *

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December 7 & 8: The Inauguration of LTSP President David Lose and Inaugural Lectures and Resource Day

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia will celebrate the inauguration of The Rev. Dr. David J. Lose as president at a service of installation on Sunday, December 7, 2014. The celebration continues Monday, December 8 with Inaugural Lectures and Resource Day - “FAITH FORMATION AND THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH” - with presenters Dr. Audrey West and Dr. Andrew Root. All are welcome to the Installation and Lectures and Resources Day - click for links for both events.

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A Conversation with the President – We need YOU! Coming Monday, Dec 1 to Ringoes, NJ & Tuesday, Dec 2 at LTSP – come for conversation and lunch

We need YOU! Come and engage in conversation with President David Lose about the future of the church — and what kind of seminary we need to help us move into God’s preferred future for us. Conversations held between now and January 8. Learn more about the events and where to find the dates, locations, and registration information...

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Master of Arts in Religion

The MASTER of ARTS in RELIGION (MAR) at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) prepares students for further academic study and ministerial leadership in the Christian Church.

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The Inauguration of David J. Lose as LTSP President

The Board of Trustees of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia requests the honor of your presence at the inauguration of David J. Lose '93, '97 as the twelfth president of the institution
INSTALLATION SERVICE, Sunday, the seventh of December two thousand...

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Thank You for Giving

Thank you for your contribution! Your generous gift blesses LTSP in so many ways, but also has far reaching effects.

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The LTSP Experience

President David Lose

The Rev. Dr. David J. Lose is president of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP). Lose assumed his duties at the start of the 2014-2015 academic year. He was Marbury Anderson Associate Professor of Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary in St....

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The Archives Advocate is the publication of The Lutheran Archives Center at Philadelphia.

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Mission and Vision

Centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia seeks to educate and form public leaders who are committed to developing and nurturing individual believers and communities of faith for engagement in the world.

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LTSP 150th Anniversary Timeline

LTSP 150th Anniversary Timeline

As part of its 150th Anniversary, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia has created an interactive timeline website to share the story of the seminary - WITNESS TO A CHANGING WORLD: BUILDING ON OUR DYNAMIC PAST. Learn more about...

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The primary responsibilities of the LTSP Security Office are: Protection of life and property Prevention of crime Providing service to members of the seminary community while concurrently preserving an environment conducive to the pursuit of educational goals and personal growth

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