Trinity Lutheran Seminary /
Nelson W. Trout Lectures
The Trout Lectures honor the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Nelson W. Trout (1920-1996). He was a Trinity Lutheran Seminary alumnus, a member of the Trinity faculty, and the first African American elected to serve as a Lutheran bishop. His vibrant preaching and commitment to social ministry inspired hundreds of seminary students and touched thousands of lives. As always, this year's Lectures are held in his honor.
Trinity is delighted to announce that the 2023 Nelson W. Trout Lectures will feature Trinity’s own, The Rev. Kevin Dudley. Dr. Dudley professor of Church and Society at Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University. These two days will be filled with inspired worship, focused learning, anointed preaching and Spirit led conversation.
REGISTRATION FOR THE NELSON W. TROUT LECTURES IS FREE.REGISTER NOW
Thursday, January 19th
Friday, January 20th
The Nelson W. Trout Lectures are, in part, endowment supported. To support the Trout Lectures, please give online. Please note: When asked for designation, select "Other" and then write in "Trout Endowment"
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