Seminary Reopens Wednesday Oct 31

Seminary Offices, Library to Reopen Wednesday

With the storm’s center moving to Gettysburg’s west, the Seminary’s offices and services will open at the usual time on Wednesday, October 31st. Classes will resume on the regular schedule on Thursday, but there will be festival worship observing Reformation Day Wednesday at 11:55am in the chapel. Food service will continue on its regular schedule.
 
Students who parked in the YWCA parking lot will need to move them by this evening.
 
We advise all students and staff to be aware of special conditions. Gettysburg remains under flood watch and the saturated ground will make trees vulnerable at lower wind speeds than usual. Please exercise common sense, particularly when there is the potential for power loss. Updates and important information will be sent via Redactor email or RAVE text message system to cell phones.
 
Please report infiltrating water or building damage, or power loss to the main switchboard 717-334-6286 during office hours (8:30am-4:30pm) and the Emergency number after hours (717-752-5139).
 
Posted: 10/30/2012 5:52:55 PM by John Spangler | with 0 comments


News from The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg.

Recent News:

The Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum—Gettysburg’s newest museum—earlier this week received the Director’s Award from PA Museums as recognition for opening as a legacy project of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg

Music, Gettysburg! Presents Highly Acclaimed Chamber Choir from Bucks County
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Gettysburg Dean Elected as 24th President of Luther Seminary
First Woman to Serve as Luther Seminary President
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The Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum and the Adams County Historical Society will present “Elsie Singmaster: Stories of Gettysburg” on Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in Valentine Hall Auditorium

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