Paul Numrich, professor of religion and interreligious relations, has been awarded a research grant by the Louisville Institute to develop space-sharing principles for religious organizations and groups.
A graduate of Marquette University, Kelsey Simkins has volunteered at a nonprofit urban farm in Milwaukee and worked with those on the margins of society in Denver. At MTSO, she’s a Master of Arts in Practical Theology student focusing on ecology. Learn more about Kelsey and her classmates.
Mar 14–Mar 15
Sought-after preacher and lecturer Anna Carter Florence of Columbia Theological Seminary will lead Schooler under the theme “Come Back When You’ve Found Something True: New Ways to Encounter Scripture.” She will invite Schooler participants to consider the world of theater as a model for how we read scripture together.
MTSO will host the 2017 Annual Conference of the Pacific, Asian and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry March 23-25. The public is invited to a free panel discussion on the conference theme “When Women Lead,” at 7 p.m. March 23.
Ralston Deffenbaugh, a human rights lawyer working for the Lutheran World Federation, will speak on what it means to be Lutheran in today’s multi-religious world. Presented by the Theological Consortium of Columbus.