On the Road

PLTS faculty and staff travel throughout the United States and world, giving presentations, leading discussions, and guiding discernment. This page lists upcoming travel so that you can meet PLTS people.

Shauna Hannan
Associate Professor of Homiletics
  • Portland, OR (Nov. 2017) Presenter and Preacher, “Preaching as a Ministry of the Whole Congregation,” Oregon Synod, ELCA and St. Luke Lutheran Church

  • Boston, MA (Nov. 2017) Presenter, “Lutheran Hermeneutics” in the Homiletics and Biblical Studies Group, Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature
  • Silverton, OR (Jan. 2018) Lecturer, Byberg Preaching Workshops
  • Oahu, Hawaii (Jan. 2018) Presenter and Preacher, Hukilau Conference of the Pacific Synod (ELCA)
  • Lafayette, CA (Jan. 2018) Preacher, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Pride Sunday
  • Zephyr Cove, NV (May 2018) Presenter, Princeton Theological Seminary Engle Institute for Preaching Workshop, Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center
  • Princeton, NJ (June 2018) Faculty, Engle Institute for Preaching, Princeton Seminary

Sara Schultz
Admission Coordinator
  • November 11-16: Midwest tour
  • December 3-7: West coast joint tour

Cynthia Moe-Lobeda
Professor of Theological and Social Ethics
  • March: Keynote address, annual convocation of The Justice Conference of Women Religious, Chicago

Kyle Schiefelbein
Senior Adjunct Faculty Member of Liturgical and Theological Studies
  • March 5 to April 2, 2017 (Sundays): Adult forum leader, With New Voices: Luther's Small Catechism, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, San Francisco, CA
  • April 21, 2017: "What Did the 95 Theses Say?" The 95 Theses 500 Years Later, Pacific Coast Theological Society, Berkeley, CA

Kirsi Stjerna
Professor of Lutheran History and Theology
  • January 5-8, 2017: Panel “In the Footsteps of Bainton: Luther Biographies from 1983 to 2017.” Session on “Reforming Female Piety”: “Reformation Mothers and their Spiritual Theology of Compassion,” American Historical Society, Denver, CO

  • February 10-11: California Lutheran University, Nordic Spirit: “Reformation in Finland," Thousand Oaks, CA

  • May 2-4: Saskatoon Annual Study Conference: three lectures “The Dark Sides of the Reformation”

  • May 18: Northwest Washington Synod Assembly: keynote “Luther and the Reformations and Moving Forward”

  • June 4-6: Embodied Freedom, Women in the ELCA

  • June: Co-teaching a course on “Luther, the Bible and the Jews” for the Holocaust and Genocide Studies, with Dr Brooks Schramm from LTSG, the Holocaust Museum, Washington D.C.

  • July, Northwest Pennsylvania Synod: “Women and Reformation”.

  • August: Seminar with Dr Else Marie Wiberg Pedersen “Luther and Women,” International Luther Congress, Wittenberg, Germany

  • October 25: Annual Jewish-Christian Engagement Lecture: “Luther and the Jews," Catholic Studies Center, Fairfield, CT