Pre-convention meeting in St. Louis area, June 29 (by Pr. Charles Henrickson)
There will be a pre-convention meeting in the St. Louis area this Saturday, June 29, starting at 9:30 a.m., at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Arnold, Missouri. The main purpose of this unofficial meeting is to go over the proposed resolutions found in Today’s Business, which will be coming before the LCMS convention in July. Other convention matters will be discussed also. The Rev. Charles Henrickson will lead the discussion. The meeting will probably last around two hours. All are welcome to come, delegates and non-delegates alike, from Missouri, southern Illinois, or elsewhere.
It will be helpful to bring, whether in print or saved to your computer (linked here), any or all of the following four items:
Biographical Synopses & Statements of Nominees
The meeting location:
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
2211 Tenbrook Rd
Arnold, MO 63010
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After this meeting, I will be posting my commentary on the proposed resolutions here on this blog during the first couple weeks of July.
Also, are there any pre-convention meetings going on in your area that you would like to let people know about? You can post the info and/or a report below in the comment section.
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