Seminary Hosts Campus Visits for
Prospective Students

FORT WAYNE, IN (CTS)—Sometimes the best way to learn about something is to immerse yourself in that activity. Those who are considering the vocation of pastor or deaconess have just such an opportunity through two events taking place on the Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, campus this fall. “CTS values relationship and community in seminary formation. This is why coming to visit the seminary is so important, especially to participate in the worship life and community that finds its center in the life won for us in Christ Jesus,” explained Rev. John Dreyer, CTS Director of Admission.

The fall Prayerfully Consider Campus Visit will take place October 11–13, 2012. Men considering the pastoral ministry and women contemplating service as a deaconess have many questions. To receive answers to those questions prospective students are invited to immerse themselves in the seminary community. There will be time to sit in on classes, meet with faculty and students, learn about financial aid options and just get to know the Fort Wayne area. All on-campus meals and housing are provided free of charge. To learn more, go to or phone 800-481-2155 to talk with a member of the CTS Admission staff.

College-aged men and women interested in the vocations of pastor or deaconess have a special visit opportunity. Christ Academy College/Phoebe Academy College takes place on the CTS campus October 18–21, 2012. The event provides undergraduate men and women a unique opportunity to experience what Concordia Theological Seminary has to offer. For a few days you will become a part of the seminary community and experience seminary life. Come sit in on classes, get to know professors and students, and worship with the seminary community. This event is free of charge and includes on-campus housing and meals. For more information go to, e-mail or phone 800-481-2155.

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