| Return to Spring Convocation 2017 | NEW! Be a part of the Alumni Choir at Spring Convocation 2017! You are invited to sing in an Alumni Choir for the Eucharist at our Spring Convocation. The choir will rehearse on...Learn More >
In the February 2017 PS Portions, LTSP President David Lose considers "The Next Generation of Leaders," "Salt and Light," Icon Gifts, Preaching Day 2017 – A Successful Revival, Preaching with Power – Celebrating 35 Years!, plus Class Notes and LTSP Notes.Learn More >
Who will form the next generation of leaders? This is a pressing question, as a recent ELCA research study concluded that there are currently more than 600 congregations who want and can afford a pastor but cannot find one because of a growing clergy shortage. By 2020, the number of empty pulpits will grow to 1000. LTSP President David Lose provides some answers in this month's reflection.Learn More >
These are anxious days, most particularly for our international students...Learn More >
RevGalBlogPals and LTSP are proud to present a retreat specifically for women considering a call to professional ministry in the church. Unfortunately, a woman’s call to ministry is not always readily affirmed, and so this event aims to provide women of all ages and experience with a space to explore what God might be doing in their life. Friday–Sunday, March 24–26 | Register today – space is limited!Learn More >
A special breakfast conversation for students from Greater Philadelphia's schools of theological education with Eboo Patel, Founder and President of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) will be held at LTSP on Wednesday, March 8 | 8:00 - 10:00 am. Registration for students is free - be sure to register today.Learn More >
Take your congregation’s ministry to the next level with this special, one-of-a-kind event this March 11 with the Rev. Dr. David Lose, president of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and the Rev. Dr. Rich Melheim, pioneer of the Faith Inkubators Confirmation program and the Cross+Gen Ministry movement. Register today!Learn More >
Preaching with Power celebrates its 35th year in 2017! Preachers and lecturers include the Rev. Dr. Carolyn Ann Knight, the Rev. Dr. Cleophus J. LaRue, Jr., the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III, the Rev. Lucille “CeCee” Mills, and Bishop Frank Madison Reid, III, plus a Black Sacred Music Concert – and PWP Sunday! with local UTI partner churches. Sunday, March 12 – Thursday, March 16. Join us!Learn More >
LTSP alumni! There's still time to submit your nominations for Alumni Board members. Make your submissions online now!
Nominations close March 10!
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia presents Spring Convocation 2017: REMEMBRANCE & PROMISE… | Join us Monday, March 27-Tuesday, March 28 for a Cookout (families invited) – Worship – Learning Sessions with the Rev. Heidi Neumark and the Rev. Dr. James Forbes – Eucharist with the Rev. Dr. Gordon Lathrop – Distinguished Alumni Awards – Class Reunions – Faculty Reception – Banquet.
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The MASTER OF ARTS in PUBLIC LEADERSHIP (MAPL) at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) trains those committed to making a difference in the world through public leadership.Go To Master of Arts in Public Leadership >
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia presents Spring Convocation 2017: REMEMBRANCE & PROMISE… | Join us Monday, March 27-Tuesday, March 28 for a Cookout (families invited) – Worship – Learning Sessions with the Rev. Heidi Neumark and...Go To Spring Convocation 2017 – REMEMBRANCE & PROMISE… >
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Preaching with Power returned this March! Highlights for the 34th year include a Celebration of Music in the African American Church, a discussion of Terrorism in America — Sacred Places, plus powerful preaching by the Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley,...Go To Preaching with Power 2016 – Watch the Preachers >
Is God calling you to become a leader in the church? Do you feel called to study theology but are not sure what direction to take? Is God calling you to something new? If these questions are your questions,...Go To Visit LTSP >
Announcing the 2016 LTSP Distinguished Alumni Award recipients: The Rev. Roy Almquist '66, the Rev. Paul F. Bosch '56, and the Rev. Harvard Stephens, Jr. ‘87.Go To 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients >
The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) offers theological education to church leaders, representing a range of denominations, that is relevant and upbuilding for the African American community in a number of different areas.Go To Black Church Studies >
To realize the seminary’s vital mission requires significant funding. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and supporting synods provide a portion of the funds needed for annual operations. Tuition dollars, which are intentionally modest, also help. However, the...Go To How Your Gift Helps >
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 >
Designed as a flexible program, the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) is an advanced professional degree designed to enhance the practice of ministry. It presupposes both the completion of a first professional degree in theology and experience in a field...Go To Doctor of Ministry >
Financing a seminary education involves much more than paying bills. It requires prayerful planning and budgeting, good money and time management skills, and joyful receiving of gifts! This guide describes eligibility and application processes as well as the different...Go To Financial Aid >
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