Service in his home congregation, such as volunteering with PADS (Public Action to Deliver Shelter), working with a high school program, and mentoring confirmands led Wright to think about going to seminary.
"It was a total leap of faith. I had been listening to the lectionary readings all spring and I just kept hearing the word calling to me ‘Now! Now is the time. . .’ "
- Todd Wright, M.Div. student
Classes and normal activities at LSTC will resume on Tuesday, December 1st, at 7:00 a.m. The University of Chicago has received confirmation from the FBI that an individual is in custody in connection with threats against the University. Further information is available at their website: www.uchicago.edu
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