LTSP Alumni: Here's your opportunity to vote for your Alumni Board members and president. Your vote counts! Voting closes Friday, April 24.Learn More >
From the President – Metanoia Metanoia. It is one of the key terms of Lent. We often translate it as repentance, changing one’s behavior in response to spiritual conversion. But it might also be translated as a turning...Learn More >
Bequest will be split evenly between organizations
Diakon Lutheran Social Ministries, based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) today, March 11, 2015, jointly announced the receipt of a more than $14.5 million bequest that will be split evenly between the two organizations.
The bequests of over $7.2 million to each organization were made by the late Helen Nicholson Palmer of Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, who passed away in December 2012. Her husband, Frank R. Palmer, who died in 1992, was the former president and CEO of Carpenter Technology Corp., also of Wyomissing.
Watch the recording of the convocation by the Rev. Keith Anderson. STM 2002, Pastor at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church, Ambler, PA, Pr. Anderson is author of The Digital Cathedral: Networked Ministry in Wireless World and often writes and speaks on ministry in the digital age and outside of the walls of the church.
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, plus "Worshipping on the Edge" by the Rev. Kevin Strickland, Director of Worship, ELCA. Tuesday evening: faculty reception; Easter Vespers worship and dedication of the Bornemann Harpsichord; the annual Banquet with presentation of Distinguished Alumni Awards and "State of the Seminary" address by President Lose. Learn more and register today!
“How Firm a Foundation”
is the theme for LTSP’s ninth annual Rest, Refreshment, and Renewal Women’s Day
Saturday, April 18, 2015 | 9:00 am-4:00 pm
A brief list of Frequently Asked Questions focusing on AdmissionsGo To Admissions FAQ >
For persons preparing for servant-leadership in the church, most denominations have a candidacy process that requires contact with the denomination prior to the beginning of seminary.Go To Denominations >
For more than thirty-five years Episcopal seminarians have been receiving theological education at LTSP. In today's climate, we welcome those who are seeking formation, education and opportunity in both lay and ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church.Go To Anglican Studies Certificate >
A compilation of stories and media from the Inauguration Weekend events is in the December 16, 2014 PS Portions.Go To The Inauguration of David J. Lose as LTSP President >
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The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia presents Convocation, 2015: Living on the Edge. Living on the Edge will explore how leaders in the church are both challenged and blessed by the edges that we encounter. When we asked what edges...Go To Spring Convocation 2015 – Living on the Edge >
We are excited to have you as a part of this community and we pray that your transition into life here at the seminary is a positive one. We do our best to provide you with important information to...Go To New Students >
Contact information for the staff of LTSP's Office for Philanthropy. We look forward to hearing from you!Go To Office for Philanthropy >
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia has long expressed an ecumenical partnership with the ECUSA through a relationship with the Diocese of Pennsylvania. For more than thirty-five years Episcopal seminarians have been receiving theological education at LTSP. In today's climate, we welcome those...Go To Anglican Studies Program >
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The MASTER of DIVINITY PROGRAM (MDiv) at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) prepares leaders from 30 denominations for a wide range of pastoral ministries in the Christian church.Go To Master of Divinity >
A major component in the seminary’s educational program is the 200,000 volume Krauth Memorial Library. It boasts one of the finest scholarly collections of any Lutheran institution in America.Go To Krauth Memorial Library >
New, first of its kind model: Students graduate in three years with a full Master of Divinity degree, a strong foundation in spiritual formation, and three years of congregational leadership experience.Go To The Master of Divinity — Co-operative Model >
LTSP offers a variety of housing opportunities for non-commuter students. Full time students can find accommodations in the Wiedemann Center and historic buildings on the periphery of campus.Go To Housing and Campus Life >
In fall 2010, The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) established The Dr. Grover C. and Irma S. Wright Scholarship Fund for African American Lutheran Students for LTSP students seeking to become rostered professional leaders in the church. The inauguration...Go To The Legacy of Grover and Irma Wright >
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...Go To LTSP 150th Anniversary Timeline >
Students with accredited undergraduate degrees who desire first professional-level courses for credit but do not desire to enter a degree program may choose instead to take a more limited program leading to a Certificate of Theological Study.Go To Certificate of Theological Study >