Klemet Preus to speak in MO
author of the book
The FIRE and the STAFF
LUTHERAN THEOLOGY IN PRACTICE
and frequent BJS commentator
will be speaking in Missouri
in Kansas City, Columbia, and St. Louis
Thursday-Saturday, November 20-22
Rev. Preus will address such issues as: The Relationship of Doctrine and Practice; Uniformity in Worship; and The Influence of Evangelicalism among Lutherans.
Thursday, November 20
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
2003 NE Englewood Rd
Kansas City, MO 64118
Friday, November 21
11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Country Kitchen (I-70 Exit 126)
1712 N Providence Rd
Columbia, MO 65202
Saturday, November 22
9:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Reformation Lutheran Church
7910 Mackenzie Rd
St. Louis (Affton), MO 63123
Events sponsored by the Association of Confessional Theological Studies of Missouri (ACTS-Missouri). Admission is free. Your donations to ACTS will help to cover expenses. Lunch available on Friday and Saturday. For more details, contact Rev. Charles Henrickson, email@example.com , (314) 779-8108.
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