Color My Seminary Green
Over the years, students and faculty have become more involved in recycling, energy conservation, gardening, and other activities that demonstrate a faithful commitment to the care of creation. This fall, Trinity will formally kick off a three-year process to become a GreenFaith certified seminary.
At Play in the Streams of the Lord
How one student's passion for fly fishing helped her experience God, find her calling, and help others to discover spirituality in a transformative way.
Learn about J-Term classes and trips sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Seminary. Click below and look under "Current Course Materials" on left-hand menu.
Young Preachers Festival
On November 14, Trinity Lutheran Seminary will host an event for young preachers, including those yet discerning a call to preach. Spots are limited, so click below to learn more and to register.
On November 9, Trinity Lutheran Seminary and the Jewish Federation of Columbus invite the community to the annual commemoration of Kristallnacht, "the Night of Broken Glass," the 1938 event that presaged the Holocaust. This year's program will feature the premiere of "Butterfly," a new musical setting by Gary William Friedman of some of the poetry of children of Terezin, the infamous concentration camp.
The Generosity Series
On October 29, Trinity Professor Mark Allan Powell will give a presentation entitled "Duty & Delight: The Joy of Generous Giving." Students and local pastors are welcome to attend this free dinner and presentation sponsored by the Isaiah Project. Please RSVP by October 22.