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Let it Shine: African-American Lutheran History Day
You are invited to a delightful afternoon of fellowship and celebration, honoring two American legacies: Black Lutherans and Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg. Enjoy a delicious catered luncheon, an inspiring keynote presentation by the Rev. Dr. James K. Echols, the first African-American to serve as president of a North American Lutheran Seminary (Chicago LTSP, 1991-1997), and an uplifiting Candlelight Jazz Concert, remembering our ancestors who have gone before us.
Tickets--$50 each; Table of 8--$400
To register go to ltsp.edu/letitshine OR call 215-248-6318
Proceeds benefit the Dr. Grover C. and Irma S. Wright Scholarship Fund
More About Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
The Lutheran Theological Seminary works to educate future public leaders on its campus, situated off Germantown Avenue.
The seminary is one of eight nationwide affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church. It offers various degrees. Students can receive a Master of Divinity, Master of Religion, Master of Sacred Theology, Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
The seminary has a variety of special institutes—such as the Urban Theological Institute and the Faith and Life Institute—that extend beyond classes offered for credit. A number of different organizations use the seminary's 14-acre campus for retreats and other activities.