Explore how leaders in the church are both challenged and blessed by the edges we encounter at Spring Convocation 2015. Join us Monday, April 27 - Tuesday, April 28, 2015 on the LTSP campus!
HIGHLIGHTS: Monday evening: cookout and social gathering (children welcome!) Tuesday Program: learning sessions by President David Lose and Pastor Leila Ortiz, LTSP PhD Candidate. Tuesday evening: faculty reception; Easter Vespers worship; the annual Banquet with presentation of Distinguished Alumni Awards and "State of the Seminary" address by President Lose. Learn more and register today!
The Thirty-third Anniversary of Preaching with Power brings outstanding preaching, teaching, and an African American Sacred Music Concert to Philadelphia. Proceeds from Preaching with Power benefit the J. Q. Jackson Scholarship Fund. Join us Sunday, March 15 - Thursday, March 19, 2015 – this year's preachers and lecturer include Bishop Richard F. Norris, Dr. Leslie D. Callahan, The Rev. Dr. Cheryl J. Sanders, The Rev. Barry C. Black, The Rev. Traci D. Blackmon, and The Rev. Olu Brown, plus an African American Sacred Music Concert and a pre-Preaching with Power Worship Service at Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ on Sunday, March 15 with Dr. Quintin L. Robertson preaching at 7:30 am and Dr. J. Louis Felton preaching at 10:45 am.Learn More >
In this issue: President David Lose reflects on Forming Communities of Hope, plus stories on Revival in East Lansdowne: Alumnus Moses Suah-Dennis's ground-breaking ministry, Namibia's pioneering woman: Magdalena Ya-Shalongo holds two LTSP degrees, An LTSP Teach-In explores "Moving beyond racism and violence," Seminary Director of Music Ministries Michael Krentz: Inheriting a rich seminary legacy (and the newly renovated Bornemann harpsichord, "Shining In, Shining Out" - Project Connect Hosts Discernment Retreat - along with Class Notes, LTSP Notes, upcoming events and learning opportunities.Learn More >
LTSP alumni! Now is the time to submit your nominations for Alumni Board members and Distinguished Alumni 2015. Make your submissions online now! Nomination period extended...Learn More >
Friday-Sunday FEBRUARY 6-8, 2015 | Wet Toes Weekend is a great way to get your feet wet and see what LTSP seminary life is like. We will accompany you as you discern how you will respond to the invitation of Jesus. Together we will explore “moving forward in faith.” The weekend is for anyone thinking about earning a seminary degree. REGISTER TODAY! SPACE IS LIMITED!Learn More >
Continuing through April! - This Saturday, Jan. 31: Sunday School and Young Adult Ministry One-day seminars/ workshops on select Saturdays, exploring various facets of educational ministries in congregations. Open to LTSP students, pastors, and Christian educators (available for credit, CE and not for credit). The seminars are open to students (for credit) and to interested pastors and Christian educators (for non-credit or continuing education credit).Learn More >
A list of important deadlines and days for all LTSP applicants.Go To Deadlines and Important Dates >
As The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia celebrates the 150th year of its founding, the 150th Celebration brandmark acts as an identity and symbol of celebration of both the seminary’s anniversary and the future.Go To LTSP Branding >
Internship is not an academic requirement for the MDiv degree but is an ecclesiastical requirement for ordination by the ELCA and some other denominations. Students needing internship should plan to do it between the second and third academic years.Go To Internship and Practicum >
Given my diversified upbringing and experience with several different denominations before (and after!) confirmation, I am drawn to an ELCA Lutheran seminary to deepen my theological roots and understandings.Go To Why LTSP? >
Important Due Dates : August 1, 2013 - Deadline for Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) autobiography (see instructions on this page) August 1, 2013 - Deadline for Spiritual Giftability Profile (pdf) (Results Page Only)Go To Contextual Education >
Assessment of student learning at LTSP is the systematic collection of information about student learning, using the time, knowledge, expertise and resources available, in order to inform decisions about how to improve student learning.Go To Student Learning Assessment >
The Archives Advocate is the publication of The Lutheran Archives Center at Philadelphia.Go To Archives Advocate >
The seminary is part of an interlocking network of faith communities and learning centers.Go To Seminary Partners >
The Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies is designed to follow the first theological degree (MAR or MDiv), and to enable the candidate to engage in serious study in applied theology. It may be combined with study for either the...Go To Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies >