Sermon: The Confession of St Peter 2018

The following sermon was preached by Dr Harold Ristau in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service in observance of the Confession of St Peter, 18 January 2018. The Confessions of St. Peter (Mark 8) There was no indulgence for Peter. Jesus simply exorcised him: “Get behind me Satan”. Our Lord does not … Continue reading Sermon: The Confession of St Peter 2018

Interested in seminary education? Mark the Open Doors in your calendar!

Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary opens her doors to anyone considering studies in CLTS or simply desiring more information about what the seminary education might be. Thursday, 22 February 2018 from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm we are inviting university students or those already finished with college to come learn about our graduate degrees (click here … Continue reading Interested in seminary education? Mark the Open Doors in your calendar!

Call for Award Nominations

Each May at the annual Call Service Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary has the opportunity to confer two major awards on worthy pastors or lay members of Lutheran Church–Canada. The recipient of the "Friend of the Seminary" award is nominated by the faculty or Board of Regents for making a significant contribution to the well-being of … Continue reading Call for Award Nominations

Advent Newsletter 2017

The latest news from Concordia has been sent out to all congregations in Lutheran Church–Canada in our Advent Newsletter. You can read it online here. Please remember to support our mission as you consider your Christmas giving.

St Andrew, Apostle (Sermon)

The following sermon was preached by Dr Thomas Winger in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel for the divine service on the Festival of St Andrew, Apostle, 30 November 2017. The text is John 1:35-42. Dear fellow disciples of Jesus: It is the end. It is the beginning. St Andrew’s Day is an odd duck. If … Continue reading St Andrew, Apostle (Sermon)

Remember the Sem on Giving Tuesday

The "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday" frenzies are all about accumulating the things of this world. Of course, we give thanks to God that He has so blessed us that we can enjoy the goodness of creation. But the world's greatest need is not to get more stuff but to receive the precious Gospel of … Continue reading Remember the Sem on Giving Tuesday

Help the Seminary with Your Christmas Shopping

As think about your Christmas shopping, you can support the seminary in a few simple ways. If you shop at Amazon, you can put your shopping to work for us as well. Anything you buy at Amazon can be credited to us if you enter Amazon through our seminary link. This applies to books, electronics, … Continue reading Help the Seminary with Your Christmas Shopping

Seminary Supports Evangelism at Simcoe County Fair

Once again this year, students soon to be enrolled in the Spring Evangelism Course arrived at the Simcoe County Fair to participate in their annual outreach organized by Pastor Dan Abraham and the members of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Simcoe. Their booth, banner and materials emphasized the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with various … Continue reading Seminary Supports Evangelism at Simcoe County Fair

Advent Lessons and Carols Service 2017

The seminary community warmly invites you to our service of Advent Lessons and Carols. This treasured annual event takes place this year on the Second Sunday in Advent, 10 December 2017, at 4.00pm. The seminary faculty, staff, and students will be joined by Resurrection Lutheran Choir, under the direction of Dianne Humann, together with our own … Continue reading Advent Lessons and Carols Service 2017

Sermon: It’s Time for Christ Alone

The following sermon was preached by Rev. Kurt Lantz in the seminary's Martin Luther Chapel on Wednesday, 15 November 2017. The text is Matthew 24:1-14. Herod the Great had started building the temple in 19 BC. It was still under construction at the time of Jesus and was not completed until AD 66. That makes … Continue reading Sermon: It’s Time for Christ Alone