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Lutheran Center Director Dr. Thompson ’89 facilitates a conversation between Rabbi Dr. Rachel Mikva and Professor Najeeba Syeed during the Multifaith Leadership Workshop hosted by the Center.
Najeeba Sayeed

Multifaith Leadership and Engagement in a Fractured World Workshop

On March 3, we hosted the 2024 Multifaith Leadership Workshop which explores what it means to engage across religious differences in a time of heightened fracturing globally and locally.

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All-Community Read: Flourishing for All

Lutheran Center Director Deanna Thompson ’89, Professor of Music Anton Armstrong ’78, and Associate Professor of Religion Anthony Bateza each wrote a chapter in So That All May Flourish: The Aims of Lutheran Higher Education., which is our All-Community Read for 2023-2024

Sign up for All-Community read events here

Community Education Courses

The Lutheran Center offers a number of short Community Education Courses twice a year.

Come back later for more information for upcoming courses.

Learn about courses offered here

Nourishing Vocation Project

The Nourishing Vocation Project (NVP) is a four-phase experience that invites individual participants and whole congregations to deepen their understanding of God’s call upon their life and work so that they might more intentionally live life on purpose and engage in ministry on purpose for the common good. NVP is part of the Thriving Congregations Initiative through Lilly Endowment Inc.

Learn more about the Nourishing Vocation Project and how to involve your congregation

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