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A blog of the Evangelical Lutheran Liturgy

Spring and Summer Gottesdienst Events

First and foremost: Gottesdienst Chicago on May 1st. Click the link for full conference registration, schedule, and hotel information. We had a great turn out last year and want to make Gottesdienst Chicago just as regular and just as enjoyable as our fall Oktoberfest in Kewanee.

Our host, Fr. Ben Ball of St. Paul in Brookfield also informs me that Mrs. Ball is arranging events for wives and families. I am told, for example, that free tickets to the Brookfield Zoo are doable. If you are interested, please note this in your registration and include an email address for the Mrs.

And if you are from out West and Chicago seems like a long drive, please plan on coming to Gottesdiesnt West in Kearney, NE on July 25. Details are still being firmed up for this event, but the topic has been set: Lay Ministry and AC XIV.

The following are not Gottesdienst events, but feature Gottesdienst speakers. If you would like to arrange for Gottesdiesnt speakers at your event: here is more information.

March 29 - Fr. Curtis is scheduled to speak to the Opus Dei student group at Concordia Seminary - St. Louis

April 11 - Fr. Curtis was scheduled to be at the Luther Academy Free Conference to discuss Gerhard's view of the duties of ministers, due to circumstances beyond his control, Fr. Curtis' paper will be read by someone else.

May 5-6 - Fr. Beane speaking at Christ Lutheran Church - Hutchinson, Kansas at the annual Lectures on Lutheranism on the topic of the contemporary applications of the Augsburg Confession and also preaching at the Sunday Mass.

May 31 - Fr. Curtis speaking at an NID sponsored event at Bethany - Naperville on the topic of stewardship for the confessional Lutheran parish.

June 20-22 - Fr. Eckardt and Fr. Fabrizius speaking at the annual Concordia Catechetical Academy Symposium in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, sponsored by Peace Lutheran Church and Academy of Sussex, Wisconsin.


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