The Passion of Jesus Christ
The "Passion of Jesus Christ" — an oratorio-length composition written by Dr. René Clausen and commissioned to observe the 500th anniversary of the Reformation — was premiered by the 400 musicians of the Concordia voice faculty, choirs and orchestra in April.Learn More
7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20 | Memorial Auditorium
Gather to celebrate the reformation, transformation, serving neighbors and journeying together. The service will feature texts and prayers from ecumenical partners and students, along with a mass choir. Liturgical artist Paul Oman will capture the event on canvas as a lasting memory of the college’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the reformation.
This service is open to the public.
Reformation and Resilience - Lutheran Higher Education for Planetary Citizenship
Dr. Ernest Simmons and Ms. Erin Hemme Froslie, Editors
The thesis of this book is that Lutheran Liberal Arts Education must move beyond an anthropocentric to an ecocentric understanding of vocation in order to foster planetary citizenshp and sustainability leadership.Purchase
Other Reformation Celebration Events
Concordia's reformation celebration also extends to three theatre productions as well as a performance from traveling renaissance musicians, "The Rose Ensemble."Learn More