LCMS black ministry convocation being held in Greensboro
Gathering place holds historic meaning

 

What:

More than 200 Lutherans from throughout the United States are gathering for the national Black Ministry Family Convocation, with the theme, “Sing to the Lord a New Song!”
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison will address the gathering with a Bible study at 8 a.m. and a Q&A session at 9:15 a.m. Saturday, July 14.

Who:

Sponsored by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) Southeastern District Coalition of Lutherans in Black Ministry

When:

July 11-15, 2012

Where:

North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, N.C. Participants are gathering in the alumni center, the former home of Immanuel Lutheran College and Seminary, which closed in 1962 and prepared many black pastors for ministry.

Why:

The convocation aims to connect congregations in black ministry, strengthen the LCMS outreach to African-Americans, and provide participants a time to experience worship and spirituality through a service with Holy Communion, Bible study and hymn singing.

 

About The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

The 2.3 million-member Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is a mission-oriented, Bible-based, confessional Christian denomination headquartered in St. Louis. Through acts of witness and mercy, the church carries out its mission worldwide to make known the love of Jesus Christ. Learn more at www.lcms.org.

Contact

Vicki Biggs
Director, Integrated Communications
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
314-996-1236 | 314-556-3829 (mobile)

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