Upcoming Events at CTSFW—May 2019

Kramer Chapel as spring starts to come to the trees outside.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CTSFW)—Check out the upcoming events offered by Concordia Theological Seminary (CTSFW), 6600 N. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana. For additional information concerning all events please go to www.ctsfw.edu/events or phone (260) 452-2100. Please note that all times for campus events are Eastern Time.

MUSIC & WORSHIP SERVICES

All events take place in Kramer Chapel, except for the upcoming Kantorei Tour in Michigan, and are open to the public. Only the Easter Evening Prayer service on April 28 will be livestreamed at www.ctsfw.edu/daily-chapel and www.facebook.com/ctsfw. The rest will need to be attended in person.

April 25–28 Kantorei Easter Tour in Michigan; for locations/times, click HERE
April 28, 4:00 p.m. Easter Evening Prayer; Kantorei
May 17, 3:00 p.m. Graduation Day Organ Recital; Kantor Kevin Hildebrand

CALL & ASSIGNMENT SERVICES

Vicarage and Deaconess Internship Assignment Service
Monday, April 29, 7:00 p.m.

Candidate Call Service

Tuesday, April 30, 7:00 p.m.

Services will be available for live viewing at callday.ctsfw.edu and www.facebook.com/ctsfw. As the day approaches, this site will also feature a list of all those receiving assignments or calls, and then will be updated with the calling congregations and vicarage or internship locations following their announcement in the service.

ALUMNI EVENTS

Golf Outing
May 15, 10:30 a.m.–5:45 p.m. at Riverbend Golf Course in Fort Wayne. Open to pastors, alumni, lay leaders, and local congregation members for a cost of $20 each, with a $5 discount for clergy. Register online at www.ctsfw.edu/Alumni.

Alumni Reunion

May 16–17, celebrating those who graduated in the years ending in 4 and 9, from 1949 to 2014. Register online at www.ctsfw.edu/Alumni for $50. The reunion schedule and local hotel information are also available on this page.

GRADUATION DAY

FRIDAY, MAY 17
10:00 a.m. Baccalaureate
3:00 p.m. Commencement Organ Recital
6:00 p.m. Graduation Exercises

SUMMER CONFERENCES & CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education
May–November
Registration has opened for many of the continuing education courses offered at sites across the country, covering a variety of subjects taught by faculty from CTSFW and other theologians. The current list of locations, topics, and teachers can be viewed HERE. Check back at www.ctsfw.edu/CE for updates as registration opens for each site over the coming weeks and months.

Church Interpreter Training Institute
June 13–16
Instruction in American Sign Language for trained interpreters, church members, and professional church workers to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Deaf people. Students of all experience levels are welcome to the campus of CTSFW for this annual event. Learn more and register at www.lutheranfriendsofthedeaf.org/citi.

Christ Academy: Timothy School
June 16–29
Summer learning retreat for theologically-minded men in high school. The retreat is currently about two-thirds full, so those interested should apply soon.
Apply: www.ctsfw.edu/CATS.

Christ Academy: Phoebe School
June 16–29
Summer learning retreat for theologically-minded women in high school. Space is limited with only a handful of spots still open. Those interested should apply soon.
Apply: www.ctsfw.edu/CAPS.

Basic Level Organists and Service Playing for Pianists
June 17–21
This workshop will provide basic training on how the organ works, choosing appropriate registrations, pedal playing, and how to lead the singing of hymns and liturgy through effective playing. Pianists will learn the same leadership concepts on the piano.
Cost: $275, which includes five lunches and four dinners (breakfast available for purchase each morning for $6); on-campus housing available for an additional $100 (four nights) or $125 (five nights).
Register: www.ctsfw.edu/musicianworkshops (registration deadline: June 10)

Intermediate and Advanced Level Organists
June 24–28
Workshop topics will include creative hymn introductions, making informed choices about organ repertoire, and strategies for leading challenging hymns. At this level of playing and experience, instruction is customized to the abilities of each student.
Cost: $275, which includes five lunches and four dinners (breakfast available for purchase each morning for $6); on-campus housing available for an additional $100 (four nights) or $125 (five nights).
Register: www.ctsfw.edu/musicianworkshops (registration deadline: June 10)