Seminary Lunch! November 8th

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Ever wondered just what happens at Seminary?

Come find out over lunch!

Pastor Andrew Fitch from United Lutheran Seminary will be in town for lunch with students on Thursday, November 8th.  This is a great chance to learn about seminary and talk more about options for study and service.

Email Alicia Anderson ara2@psu.edu for more info and/or to sign up!

Lunch provided!

More about United Lutheran Seminary:

In 2017, exactly five hundred years after the Protestant Reformation, the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia joined their two historic institutions as United Lutheran Seminary (ULS).

A School for Church and World

As a premier graduate professional school, United Lutheran Seminary offers theological education and leadership formation that is both academically rigorous and practically oriented. Students engage in the study of scripture and biblical languages, church history, theology and philosophy as well as practical disciplines such as preaching and pastoral care. Graduates are equipped to move in many directions as leaders in church and society, including parish ministry, chaplaincies, and as leaders in arenas of human service and justice, or after additional study, as scholars and professors.

Whether your interest is the Bible, stewardship & ecology, urban ministry, politics, food (or the politics of food), the pastoral arts of ministry, public leadership, social justice, worship, faith & science, ecumenism or the study of Lutheranism; United Lutheran Seminary offers a theological education that will prepare you to serve the needs of the world today wherever your passions may lie.

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