Faith Conference 2013: Road to the Reformation: "Understanding and Deepening our Lutheran Theological Roots"
April 20, 2013 at 10:45 am to 3 pm[4h 15m]
Christ Chapel, Banquet Rooms, Alumni Hall
We invite you to join us for the first annual Gustavus Faith Conference, "Road to the Reformation: Deepening our Lutheran Theological Roots".
Building on the tradition of the Gustavus Association of Congregations' annual convention, the Gustavus Faith Conference promises to be a day of learning, inspiration, and deep connection with our Lutheran identity. The conference will open with a joyful worship service featuring Gustavus student musicians, with the Reverend Corinne Chilstrom bringing the homily. The conference will feature two keynote presentations. Dr. Martin Marty, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Chicago Divinity School, will speak on the topic, "What Do Lutherans Have to Offer the 21st Century?" Following lunch, the Rev. Dr. Kenneth Mtata, study secretary for the Department of Theology and Public Witness in the Lutheran World Federation, will bring a second keynote, "Lutheranism in the 21st Century--African Perspectives."
There is no cost to attend the Gustavus Faith Conference. We encourage you to invite members of your congregation, family, and other friends.
Gustavus Faith Conference 2013 Schedule:
10:45am Morning Worship
11:30am Keynote Address
"What Do Lutherans Have to Offer the 21st Century?"
Dr. Martin Marty
12:45pm Lunch Break*
1:45pm Keynote Address
"Lutheranism in the 21st Century--African Perspectives"
The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Mtata
2:45pm Closing Forum
3:15pm Sending Reception
*Bag lunches will be available for $10/person for those who pre-order by April 12. The Gustavus Marketplace will also be open during the lunch break for those desiring to purchase a meal.
To register and for lunch pre-arrangement, please contact Church Relations in the Center for Servant Leadership at 507-933-7661, or email@example.com.
|Contact||Grady St. Dennis — 507-933-7661|
|Sponsor||Center for Servant Leadership (Church Relations)|