The Fall semester of Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary has not only seen new students begin their classwork and old vicars returning from the field, but also many joyful encounters between students, their families and the friends of the Seminary. Trusting that one picture tells more than a thousand words, we are happy to present photo collage of recent events in CLTS!
Opening retreat at the Mount Carmel Spiritual Centre allowed students time to get acquainted and be refreshed through word and prayer.
The returning vicars had priceless field experience to share.
Barbecue at the Burgoyne Woods brought together the families of the seminary community.
The Lord has blessed the seminary with a large and lively student body this year.
The Opening Service gathered the students, the faculty and the friends of the seminary to pray for blessing upon the new academic year.
As part of the opening festivities, the seminary was proud to present Emeritus Crucis award to Rev. Timothy Teuscher as recognition of his long and committed service to the church.
With October rolling in, the students got together for a final barbecue before the cold weather.
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