Sending Laborers into His Harvest
The North American Lutheran Seminary is forming pastors and church leaders who are orthodox, confessing and evangelical. Both residential and online accredited degree programs are offered. Full tuition scholarships are available for qualifying residential students.
PT670 Introduction to Lutheran Liturgy
June 6 – August 26, 2016
taught by the Rev. Dr. Daniel Grimminger
The worship of God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is at the center of our life together as his people. Through Word and Sacrament, God comes to us that we might render glory unto him. This course will prepare seminarians for pastoral liturgical leadership in Lutheran congregational settings. The Lutheran Book of Worship will serve as a template for practicums in basic liturgical skills.
The North American Lutheran Seminary is thankful for all those who continue to partner with us financially. Your donation helps us to continue to form and equip seminarians for pastoral service. Please consider joining us in “preparing laborers for the harvest.”
Sending laborers into his harvest
The NALS is comprised of two components: the Seminary Center and House of Studies located within NALC Mission Districts. The model is one of a hub and spokes system with the Seminary Center is the hub and the House of Studies are the spokes going out throughout North America. Read more.
Mission and Vision
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, we are forming pastors and church leaders for the North American Lutheran Church who will faithfully preach, teach, and live God’s eternal truth, through Word and Sacrament, proclaiming Christ’s cross and resurrection, making disciples who will renew and grow the church in Christ’s name. Read More.