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Concordia Seminary Newsroom and Press Releases

Community invited to student forum on religious persecution

As increasing episodes of religiously motivated violence and oppression capture international attention, Concordia Seminary students are leading a conversation on religious persecution at a forum March 11, 2015, at 10:45 a.m. CST in Werner Auditorium. Featured speaker Stephanie Hammond, policy adviser at World Vision, will offer insights and observations on this difficult and painful topic. […]

Concordia Seminary honored with Cornerstone Award

Concordia Seminary, St. Louis is the 2015 recipient of the Clayton Chamber of Commerce’s Cornerstone Award, given in recognition of the Seminary’s contributions to the local community. Concordia Seminary President Dr. Dale A. Meyer accepted the award on behalf of the Seminary at the Clayton Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Awards Dinner Thursday, Feb. 12, at […]

Concordia Seminary's head-shaving event raises $7,000 for childhood cancer research

Two barbers and 32 “shavees” later, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis’ fourth annual head-shaving event Friday, Feb. 6, raised more than $7,000 for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a childhood cancer research charity. The 32 shavees included Seminary President Dale A. Meyer, three staff members, and two faculty members; the remainder were students. Several shavees have been participating […]

Concordia Seminary Closed Monday, February 16, 2015

On Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, Concordia Seminary will be closed due to the predicted inclement weather. All offices and activities–both day and evening–are cancelled. Students, faculty, and staff are reminded to please take this opportunity to stay off the roads and minimize risk to those who must travel. Again, Concordia Seminary will be closed on […]

New financial aid options for incoming students

Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, is adding eight new awards to its financial aid offerings beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year. Known as Regent grants, these awards will be offered to students who demonstrate the greatest potential. Up to four students will be awarded full tuition. Four additional awards will reduce the cost of tuition. “These […]

Artist He Qi donates books during Seminary visit

The Concordia Seminary community welcomed Chinese Christian artist Dr. He Qi to campus Monday, Feb. 2, in the library art gallery where his painting, “The Burning Bush,” is displayed. Following a morning reception, He donated five books featuring his art to the library, and signed each one.   “He Qi is a true friend of […]