For Immediate Release
July 17, 2013

Website Assistance for Congregations from CTS

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CTS)—A user-friendly, information-filled website can be a great asset for your congregation. Perhaps the thought of creating and maintaining a website seems a bit overwhelming.  That’s where Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, would like to assist. If you will be attending the synodical convention in St. Louis, make plans to stop by the CTS booth to talk to our experts. They will be on hand to help with website design, set up a new website for your church, teach you how to use your site and answer any questions you may have; all at no cost to you.  To schedule a time to meet with our tech staff, email with the subject line "Convention Website."  For more information on the service we can provide, click here.

Why are we doing this? “Because the seminaries exist to serve the needs of our congregations. Primarily that means faithfully and consistently forming men as pastors and women as deaconesses, but it also means finding ways that we can share our resources with our brothers and sisters around the Synod,” explains the Rev. William Johnson, director of Educational Technology at CTS. “Any time there’s an opportunity for us to help make your work of proclaiming the Gospel through Word and Sacrament easier, we’re interested in helping. It’s what we do.”

Our staff will be available to assist you at the CTS booth in the America’s Center from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., July 20–23.