Is Christian identity in crisis?
What does Christian faith mean in a time of crises?
Why do we need the church in the world today?
These are the questions that many people in the 19th century asked themselves as they were unsettled by enormous upheavals. Seventy million people, mostly younger men and women, saw no future in Europe, and so left their homes and moved into a new, unknown world. Wilhelm Loehe and his companions developed visions and practical models for the church of the future.
The 5th Conference of the International Loehe Society 2021 discusses the current relevance of these new approaches in the fields of theology, liturgy, mission and diaconia.
The conference is made possible with support from: German American National Congress (DANK), Diakoneo (Diakonie Neuendettelsau), Gesellschaft für Innere und Äußere Mission and Wartburg Theological Seminary.
Wartburg Theological Seminary
333 Wartburg Pl, Dubuque, IA 52003
$ 180 Regular conference fee with meals and shared room
($ 270 single room)
$ 120 Reduced rates for students with meals and housing
$ 90 Conference fee, with meals
$ 60 Conference fee only
$ 60 Accommodation per night for early arrivals and late departures
Payment upon arrival.
Please register as soon as possible, the latest until 9th of July, 2022.
Registration form on the Wartburg Seminary website