Contact Project Connect
665 Eaton Road
Freedom, NH 03836
Janet Johnson - Administrator
Matt O'Rear Associate Director of Admissions
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
7301 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119-1794
215 248-6321 work
Rev. Jenn CaseyDirector of Admissions Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary/Lenoir-Rhyne
4201 North Main Street
Columbia, SC 29203-5898
800-804-5233 ext 297 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Ginny Price Director of Admissions
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
61 Seminary Ridge
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Project Connect Network Initiative Grant
Key Leaders in Regions 7, 8 + 9
In each synod that develops a proposal for a Project Connect Network Initiative Grant (PCNI), three rostered Key Leaders will be identified and authorized by the Bishop for the process that plans for and implements the strategy for strengthening the ecology of call in their synod.
The responsibility of the Key Leaders will be to collaborate with one another to ensure that the following tasks are carried out by themselves and trusted colleagues throughout the leadership network of the synod: oversee the development of the PCNI proposal as part of an overall strategy for cultivating a strong ecology of call; assure that the PCNI is focused on young adults (age 18-30) as they discern vocation with particular support for those who are sensing call to public ministry; engage several partner ministries in the development and implementation of the PCNI; and demonstrate financial partnership and sustainability. For more information regarding the full responsibilities of Key Leaders click here.
~ DISCERNMENT ADVOCATES 2006-current ~
Discernment advocates exemplify pastoral excellence and have the endorsement of their synodical bishops and their congregations.
If you wish to get information about Project Connect and the opportunities it offers for vocational discernment, or you wish to explore your sense of “call”, please feel free to contact any of the persons listed below:
Discernment Advocates (2008 - 2010)
Project Connect is an initiative of the Eastern Cluster of Lutheran Seminaries. Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, and the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary,
Funded by a generous grant from Lilly Endowment, Inc.