Forum on race, police and justice
Join Harrisburg Hope and Rep. Patty Kim on Monday, Sept. 8, at 6pm, at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore (Harrisburg, PA) for a forum entitled "Ferguson: Can we prevent it from happening here?" Panelists include elected officials, law enforcement, community leaders, advocates, and youth. Refreshments provided. Free admission.
Greetings from the Redactor Editor
Welcome to the new students beginning their seminary adventure and to those returning as old pro’s! The Daily Redactor will be here to keep you in-the-know about events on campus and need-to-know information, Monday through Friday, on days the seminary is open. If you would like to submit an announcement for publication in the Redactor, please review the tips for writing an announcement (see the side bar for the link) and email your submission to Redactor@Ltsg.edu (not to Facebook or personal email) by 10pm the day before that you would like your announcement to begin. Blessings to all for a great year! Your Redactor Editor, Courtney
Opening Academic Convocation on Wednesday
Compline BeginsCompline is held Monday-Thursday at 10pm in the Quad (space between Aberly, Heiges and Stuempfle). Please join us for evening prayer and bring an ELW. Any questions please contact Brenda Maynor, email@example.com
The community will gather at 11:55am on Wednesday, Sept. 3, for a convocation at the beginning of the school year. New staff members will be introduced, student officers will be installed, and Mark Oldenburg will be giving the convocation address. On Thursday, we’ll move to our “normal” practice of chapel services every school day, beginning at 11:55am.
Prayerful Reading of Scriptures (lectio divina)
Starting on Sept. 9, interested folk will be gathering in Valentine 311 to use Luther’s version of lectio divina
on the next Sunday’s readings. These meetings will take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, from 8:00 - 8:25am. Anyone is welcome; just show up for any of these, or see Pr. Oldenburg.
Learn Ancient Egyptian
Middle Ancient Egyptian will be offered for the first time on campus! Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn the language of one of the world’s greatest cultures. The class will be offered Monday's from 4:45-7:45pm and will count for 3 elective credits. You are also welcome to audit the class! Please see the following link for the class textbook: http://www.amazon.com/Egyptian-Grammar-Egyptology-Griffith-Institute/dp/0900416351/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1409152551&sr=1-1&keywords=egyptian+grammar
Contact Nicole Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Car and Bicycle Tags for Campus
All students should fill out the online form for car tags to park on campus: www.ltsg.edu/Departments/Housing/ParkingPasses. Hardcopy forms for bicycle tags have been distributed in student mailboxes. Questions? Contact Wendy Mizenko in the Housing and Events Office wmizenko@Ltsg.edu.
Walking Party on Seminary Trail
Healthy Adams County hosts annual walking parties in different locations around Gettysburg. The September 3 walk takes place on the Gettysburg Seminary Historic Trail. Registration is 5:15-6:15pm. The event is free. Start walking as soon as you register. Questions? Contact Brian DeVost at 717-334-2028 or bdevost@gettysburg-PA.gov or Kathy Gaskin 717-337-4137 or email@example.com.