Be True To Your School

It is the end of the fiscal year for most institutions of higher learning, including many (if not all) of our Lutheran seminaries. I encourage you to make a fiscal year-end gift to one of our seminaries – your alma mater, the seminary closest to you, a seminary whose programming you particularly support, or the one whose name you pull out of a hat. Our schools can use our support so that they can continue to equip faithful leaders for ministry in Christ’s church.

Please make a gift – $5 or $50 or $250 or more. Any amount helps them in their good and blessed work, and sends a signal that they are not alone in this work. In addition to any one-time gift, please consider a repeating, monthly gift. My wife and I give monthly to our seminary – The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia – through Thrivent’s Simply Giving program, and we are glad to offer our alma mater our continuing support for their good and wonderful work.

See below for a listing of our ELCA seminaries. Click on the school’s name to go directly to their online giving site. (Some links take you directly to their gift transaction page; other links require an extra click to arrive at their gift transaction page.)

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg

Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary

Trinity Lutheran Seminary

Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago

Wartburg Theological Seminary

Luther Seminary

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary

Published by Lutheran Zephyr

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