May promises to be a happily busy month here at Concordia Historical Institute, as we have a number of fun and educational events planned. We’d love to have you stop by CHI for some of our fabulous upcoming events!
Walther Round Table
Join CHI for the annual Walther Roundtable on Thursday, May 11th from 9:25 to 2:00pm! We’ll start out the day with chapel service at the seminary and proceed to a lively series of lectures relating to first president of the Missouri Synod C.F.W. Walther. There is a free-will offering for the luncheon. See the schedule to the left for more information.
RSVP is required for this event. Please contact reception to secure your seat today! (For lunch, please RSVP no later than Tuesday, May 9th.)
Auxiliary Spring Lecture and Luncheon
Join the Auxiliary of the Concordia Historical Institute for their annual spring lecture and luncheon! Rev. Dr. Ken Schurb, Mission Executive of the Central Illinois District and editor of the upcoming CHI monograph on the 1974 Walkout, will lead a rousing discussion of the 1973 LCMS Convention in New Orleans.
RSVP is required for this event, and boxed lunches are available for $10. Please contact reception by Wednesday, May 10th to book your spot! This event is also on Facebook, so be sure to share it with your friends!
Exhibit Now Open!
The Sadao Watanabe exhibit, A Kimono-Wrapped Gospel, is now open to the public! Join us in the main exhibit hall on-site at CHI to check out this incredible and inspiring exhibit on faith and art in post-war Japan. The exhibit is open from 9:00am–3:00pm every weekday or by appointment.
Schedule a Tour Today!
Can’t make any of our May events at CHI? That’s okay! We’d love to have you schedule a visit or tour! CHI frequently hosts school events, youth group tours, church visits, and more, in addition to our regular research and reading room appointments. Schedule your trip to CHI today!