Begin Your Conference Day with Worship at 7:00 a.m.

Kramer Chapel and Kroemer Library at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne

For the first time in ATLA’s history, we will be providing a sacred space for conference attendees to have a place of personal or communal reflection. After this space is used to begin each day with worship in the tradition of one of ATLA’s denominational groups, conference attendees will be able to reserve the space throughout the remainder of the conference day.

At 7:00 each morning, worship will be held in the tradition of one of the ATLA denominational groups in this space. Following upon last year’s Atlanta line up of worship in the Baptist, Presbyterian, and Methodist traditions, Indianapolis will feature worship in the Disciples of Christ, Mennonite, and Lutheran traditions.

On Thursday morning, please join us for worship in the Disciples of Christ Tradition. Rae Karim, Director of the Chapel, Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis will be the worship leader.

Then, on Friday morning, please join us for a hymn sing in the Mennonite tradition. Led by staff from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana, this hymn sing will feature some current favorites of local Mennonite congregations.

Finally, on Saturday morning, please join us for worship in the Lutheran Tradition. Timothy Quill, Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Missions at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, will be the worship leader.

Within walking distance of the conference hotel, conference attendees can experience worship in the Roman Catholic and Episcopal traditions:

Your Local Host Committee Co-chairs,

Ken Boyd and Robert Roethemeyer

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