Fort Wayne: The Smallest Big City You’ll Ever Love
Nestled in northeastern Indiana, the city of Fort Wayne boasts lots of big city amenities. From the thrill of a Komets hockey game in overtime to a relaxed day at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, affordable activities for families abound. Spend the day with the kids at Science Central or mom and dad can enjoy a night of fine dining at one of our many award winning restaurants. Fort Wayne has everything you could ask for at a fraction of the cost in a bigger city.
Fort Wayne isn’t just fun, though, it’s affordable. The median home price in Fort Wayne is a very reasonable $89,000. For those who choose to rent the median is $664/month, with a number of very reasonable apartment complexes near the Seminary campus. Whether you’re single and live on campus (and enjoy our incredible Creative Dining fare) or married living off campus, there’s plenty of opportunity in Fort Wayne to live well on a seminarian’s budget.
Visit Fort Wayne
A great site for the current events going on in Fort Wayne. There’s always something happening here!
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo
Connecting kids and animals, strengthening families and inspiring people to care.
A wonderful way to spend a day with your kids learning about how God’s creation works.
Fort Wayne Philharmonic
Fort Wayne’s premiere orchestra, performing classical and chamber music around the Fort Wayne area. (Dr. Grime might be able to add more here….?)
The Komets have been a Fort Wayne tradition for over 60 years, and, best of all, you can afford tickets!
“The experience at Parkview Field is what all minor league baseball teams should strive for.”
– Stadium Journey
Mad Ants Basketball
Fort Wayne’s Indiana Pacer affiliated NBA D-League team features the stars of tomorrow honing their skills today.
500th Anniversary of the Reformation Service
October 31, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, will serve as preacher.
If you can’t join us on campus the service will be live streamed at www.ctsfw.edu/Daily-Chapel and www.facebook.com/CTSFW.
Learn more about the mission of CTQ and those involved in its publication.
About Our Campus
It’s not just a quiet haven in the middle of a busy city. The CTSFW campus was designed by Eero Saarinen and opened for its first academic year on Sept. 10, 1957. It contains a wealth of art, architecture and history for visitors to enjoy.
Student Consumer Information
In order to help students have all the information they need to make wise choices in their education, the US Department of Education requires a number of reports and pieces of information be made available. You’ll find all that information here. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
Student Consumer Information
Campus safety reports, policies and other important information.
CTSFW is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools and the Higher Learning Commission.
Learn how to become a student at CTSFW and begin your journey toward a lifetime of caring for God’s people with the love of Christ.
Prepared by the students of CTSFW for the Church.
Advent Preaching Workshop
November 7, 2017
Prepare the Way: Luther’s Oratio, Meditatio, Tentatio
This workshop for pastors will explore Luther’s understanding of prayer (oratio), meditation (meditatio) and testing (tentatio).
Allen County Public LIbrary
Boasting the country’s second largest genealogical records collection, ACPL provides resources for the Fort Wayne community and beyond.
If you’ve served for more than 10 years in the church as an elder, teacher or evangelism caller, you may be able to begin your journey to full time ministry through this three-year program.
The curriculum at CTSFW is designed to break down the artificial barriers imposed by traditional academic theology and provide our students with a holistic, integrated approach to Biblical truth.
For more information concerning the SMP Admission Process and the Application File Click Here.
Apply today to begin your journey into advanced theological knowledge.
Copyright & Fair Use
A review of current copyright issues and fair use guidance, with a focus on the work of theological librarians and the teaching and research activities of the institutions they serve.