The Prof Insights: Faculty-Led Workshop Series offers three days of in-depth study on contemporary topics that influence the practice of ministry and worship. Bringing the Seminary to you, members of Concordia Seminary’s faculty host workshops live online to share their expertise with pastors, church workers and laypeople.
Formerly known as the Summer Workshop Series, the 2020 workshops cover topics ranging from Pre-Constantinian theology to post-denominational challenges and from the psalms to 1 Peter. Browse the list below to find and register for workshops.
June 15-17, 2020
Dr. Reed Lessing
Amos: Restore the Roar
July 20-22, 2020
Dr. Dale A. Meyer
August 3-5, 2020
Dr. Kent Burreson and Dr. Beth Hoeltke
From Baptism to Burial: Death, Life and the New Creation
August 10-12, 2020
Dr. Reed Lessing
Zechariah: Thy Kingdom Come
Additional Continuing Education Opportunities
Faith and Film Festival
The annual Faith and Film Festival provides an opportunity for those interested in film and theology to ponder Christian themes in contemporary cinema and develop eyes to see film in new ways.
Faith and Writing Workshop
Concordia Seminary’s “Faith and Writing” workshop explores various forms of creative writing — starting a blog, creating a sermon or devotion, “traditional” forms of creative writing (story, nonfiction, drama, poetry) — and everything in between.
Lay Bible Institute
Calling lay people, students involved in homiletical education, pastors and others interested in the proclamation of the Gospel in today’s world: the Lay Bible Institute is for you!
The Seminary’s annual Multiethnic Symposium brings together Lutherans and mission leaders of various ethnicities from across the country for workshops, discussions and worship.
The Pre-Lenten Workshop includes sermon manuscripts, textual notes, orders of service for midweek services and also suggestions for the Sundays of Lent to help pastors in developing their own worship resources.
Parish pastors, LCMS district and Synod officials, Seminary and Concordia University students and faculty, and interested laypersons attend each year to delve into some of the most pressing issues of our time. One CEU is available for attending the Symposium.