“And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others” (2 Timothy 2:2).
The continuing scriptural purpose of Ministerial Education is the preparation of candidates for the public ministry of the gospel to proclaim Christ’s love in the congregations, schools, and mission fields of our fellowship. A special emphasis of the last biennium has been to identify and meet the continuing and changing needs of our church body at this point in the history of the holy Christian Church. Our report gives you an overview of the efforts to coordinate that work. The reports from the four ministerial education schools demonstrate how they are carrying out their mission on your behalf.
WELS Ministerial Education works to provide workers for the more than 1,200 churches and 750 schools in the synod. WELS provides this education through a system of four schools: two high-school-level preparatory schools, a college, and a seminary.
What We Do
Training for the Ministry
Assignment of teachers and staff ministers at Martin Luther College
Last week, the synod’s Assignment Committee met at Martin Luther…
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