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2018 Festival of Homiletics - Washington, DC

"Preaching and Politics"

 

Events


Second Venue - Travis Park United Methodist Church

Our venue for Tuesday through Thursday of the Festival of Homiletics 2017 in San Antonio is Travis Park United Methodist Church.
 
Established in 1846, Travis Park United Methodist Church, is grounded in history and vision. Today, the people of Travis Park Church continue seeking to make the world a better place through transformation of self and community. Join us for a time to learn and worship in an atmosphere that’s dynamic, friendly, nurturing and prophetic at the Festival of Homiletics

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Main Venue - The Scottish Rite Theatre

Built in 1924, the Scottish Rite Theatre is rich in historical character and will be a perfect place to experience the fellowship of more than a thousand preachers. 

The Scottish Rite Theatre is the main venue in San Antonio for the Festival of Homiletics 2017, where registration, the bookstore and vendor fair will be. Let's be inspired by God’s Word proclaimed by some of the nation’s finest preachers and teachers in this beautiful space together! 

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Luther Seminary Alumni Reception

Luther Seminary Alumni Reception at Buckhead Theater on Tuesday, May 17th from 4:30-6:30 p.m. All alumni welcome!

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Update: Tuesday evening

You won't want to miss Tuesday evening with Raphael Warnock preaching and Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Celebration choir lead by Dr. Tony McNeil doing a gospel worship service!

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Entertainment: Beer & Hymns with the Fleshpots of Egypt!

Join the Fleshpots of Egypt Tuesday evening, May 17th at 8:00pm at the Buckhead Saloon for Beer & Hymns! You won't want to miss this great evening!

Fleshpots of Egypt

Bluegrass Music Group

The Fleshpots of Egypt are an old-time music ensemble from Luther Seminary (St. Paul, MN).  Led by Professor Rolf Jacobson, the Fleshpots include Scott Simmons, Steve Thompson, Mandy Brobst-Renaud, Michael Buller, and Bob Douglas.  Named after the wandering Israelites who longed for the fleshpots

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