Finding Home at Wartburg Seminary

Daniel Grainger from his blog: wayless on seasons of faith           There is something oddly, deeply familiar about this time and place called seminary. Perhaps it’s because the private, Lutheran, higher education vibe resonates with my experience from Luther College. It’s also a small campus, with an emphasis on community, faith, and learning.…

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Wartburg Theological Seminary celebrates boost in incoming class

Wartburg Theological Seminary celebrates the beginning of our 164th year with a significant boost in our incoming student class. In a time where the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is calling for leaders, we are thankful that students, and those who send them, recognize that Wartburg Seminary continues to prepare bold, compassionate, and innovative leaders. We are…

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Meet Amalia!

Meet Grant! Master of Divinity, Collaborative Learning student. “I love being in seminary at Wartburg! I’ve felt a deeper level of clarity about why I went to seminary and have felt challenged and affirmed in important ways.” Whether you’re discerning a call to public ministry or looking at pursuing a Master of Arts degree, deciding…

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Meet Grant!

Meet Grant! Master of Divinity, Collaborative Learning student. “Visiting Campus helped to solidify in my life the vision and mission that I am blessed to participate in as a student and community member of WTS. I think the three core experiences on campus that etched this place in my heart were the worship, the hospitality…

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Seminary president will receive honorary Wartburg College degree

WAVERLY, Iowa — The Rev. Louise N. Johnson, president of Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, will receive an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Wartburg College on Tuesday, Sept. 5, during the college’s Opening Convocation. The event will begin at 10:15 a.m. in Levick Arena in The Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center. “I’m overwhelmed and honored…

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