Join us as we celebrate God's gift of art through the Fourth Biennial Exhibition of Sacred Visual Art. The theme of our exhibit focuses on how God is faithful as he turns our “mourning into dancing.” The exhibit runs November 2022 through January 2023.
Get pumped up for our annual Tip Off Tournament as four teams, including the St. Louis Preachers and CTSFW King's Men, battle it out the weekend of December 2nd.
The Seminary Guild is a group of women who faithfully supports the physical and spiritual needs of CTSFW's students. They make a great impact in the lives of those who will teach the faithful, reach the lost, and care for all.
Join us for our Lenten Preaching Workshop this January. This series will focus on developing materials with a focus on elements like ashes, salt, light, and others. Participants will have material stretching from Ash Wednesday through Easter.
Technically made up of two symposiums – one on Exegetical Theology and the other on the Lutheran Confessions. Guest speakers and faculty from CTSFW and other theological institutions will lecture on topics related to the theme for each annual symposium.
Christ Academy’s Confirmation Retreat is a tradition that focuses on confessional catechesis, liturgical worship and a fun life together.
This free event allows men and women, and their families, to explore the pastoral and diaconal formation happening at Concordia Theological Seminary and gives a time for contemplation on the vocations of pastor and deaconess.
Come golf with us in May! The proceeds of this outing directly benefit the community of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne (CTSFW).
All alumni are invited to the 2023 Alumni Reunion, with special encouragement to classes celebrating 5- year milestone graduations (years ending with a “3” or an “8”).
Phoebe School is an opportunity for young women to learn, worship, serve and have fun with other young women over the course of two weeks at CTSFW.
Timothy School is an opportunity for young men to learn, worship, serve and have fun with other young men over the course of two weeks at CTSFW.
Lutheranism & the Classics is a biennial conference that focuses on how the classical languages have influenced the Lutheran Church in the past, and how Greek and Latin are poised to enrich church, academy, and culture in both the present and the future.
An annual event organized by the Seminary Guild to support Seminary students and their families.