Common Cup

Monday, October 14, 2019
Gettysburg Campus
Philadelphia Campus
Both Campuses

Philly LutherBowl Transportation & Housing

Philly students - please fill out this excel sheet if you plan on going to LutherBowl! We are figuring out transportation and housing to/from Gettysburg. Please fill out this form BY WEDNESDAY 10/23 or you won't get a spot for housing. Go Philly!
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CVFcZX-L9-TwJpNtJ-DGRau9pFt1JbpDTyoz2ms2w6I/edit?usp=sharing

Ministry Employment Opportunities Page

Check for a new job opportunity on the Ministry Employment Opportunities page.

Luther Bowl Volunteer Sign-Up

If you want to be involved with Luther Bowl on November 2 but do not play football, here is your chance. We need help with many different things before and during Luther Bowl. We need all the help we can get to host all of the wonderful Seminaries who come to participate in Luther Bowl with us. Luther Bowl is coming up soon on November 2 on the Gettysburg Campus. Please sign up on this google document:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fdiHDUypPJrTW8wcawKdLjBVTOMzjS65/view?usp=sharing

Luther Bowl Spectator Shirts

Hello all! The winner of the Luther Bowl Shirt Design was the first choice (a picture of it is on the google document). If you would like a shirt please fill out the form on the google document by this Sunday, October 13th by midnight.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tekwx-qGjhqJ81hdme0MmsFtxYrQBAQNEe6v6WxyZ9o/edit?usp=sharing
Players, please order your shirts from your coach directly as we will have different colors for playing in the game! Thank you everyone!

Join us for Movie Night

Dr. Largen's "Creation, Sin, New Creation" course will be meeting in the Valentine Auditorium [Gettysburg Campus] at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 16th to watch the powerful film "Son of Man"--a retelling of the story of Jesus set in modern-day South Africa. Everyone is welcome to join us!

Gratitude Harvest

It’s that time of year again to give thanks for the many fruits of creation and put the campus gardens to rest for the winter. Mark your calendars for October 18th in Gettysburg and October 25th in Philadelphia to spend time in communion with God, creation, and each other. More details forthcoming, but contact Taylor Dieringer or Abby Johnson for more information.

Luther Colloquy

Hosted on the Gettysburg Campus on October 30th, please join us for Luther Colloquy 2019, as we explore theological education in the Lutheran tradition, from the Reformation through the age of global communion.
Please click here for the schedule and description of the the days events.

Civil Conversations Workshop

An opportunity for community leaders to learn how to plant relationship & conversation around the subjects we disagree about intensely — and those we’ve barely begun to discuss.
Sponsored by the Hanover Conference of the Lower Susquehanna Synod ELCA
Saturday, November 2, 2019, 8:30 am – Noon
St. Matthew Lutheran Church
30 W. Chestnut St., Hanover, PA
Event is free, but pre-registration is requested
Call 717-632-1922 or email pastorladonna@gmail.com

Luther Rose Lecture - Moving Forward in Faith

This year's speaker is Rev. Dr. Philip Krey.
Dr. Krey will deliver two lectures. 1. Luther's Spiritual Disciplines as Resources for Today, and 2. The Protesting Catholic Luther as a Model for Twenty-First Century American Lutherans.
The lectures will be held at Palm Lutheran Church, 11 West Cherry Street, Palmyra, PA 17078, on November 3, 2019 from 2:00pm-4:00pm, with the doors opening at 1:30pm.
To preregister go to: PalmLutheran.org/Events/Luther-Rose-Lecture or call 717 838 3311
This event is free and open to the public. Free drinks and refreshments will be served between the two lectures.  

The Forgotten Luther

“Forgotten Luther” Symposium: Re-Claiming a Vision of Global Community
We are facing a global crisis - ecological, political, and economic. A Spirit-led response from churches in the Global South reminds us of Martin Luther’s oft-neglected conviction that God’s gift of grace in Jesus has far-reaching implications, not just for individual lives but for the ways we live together on this earth. A new heaven and earth break in for us as we reclaim a vision of global community.
October 25 - 26, 2019 - Saint Luke Lutheran Church, Silver Spring, Maryland. For more information visit: WWW.FLIII.US
FEATURED SPEAKERS:
ISHMAEL NOKO - CARTER LINDBERG - GUILLERMO HANSEN - MITRI RAHEB - KAREN BLOOMQUIST
Sponsored by: Global Mission, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; ELCA World Hunger; ELCA Metro D.C. Synod; and Saint Luke Lutheran Church, Silver Spring, MD.