Wednesday, April 11th  

  • 6-10:00PM Meet Pastor Guldberg at MSP** (See note below on travel reimbursement)
  • 10:00PM Spend night in Minneapolis

Thursday, April 12th

  • 9:00AM Taste of Ministry at Bloomington Lutheran/Living Hope Church and School. Students can choose to shadow a teacher in a classroom, a staff minister (youth or music), or a pastor for the morning and early afternoon.
  • 3:00PM Drive to MLC to spend night

Friday, April 13th

  • 9:00AM Tour MLC – visit classes, speak with students
  • 3:00PM Return to Minneapolis to spend night

Saturday, April 14th

  • 9:00AM Leave for Milwaukee
  • 3:00PM Arrive in Milwaukee and spend night

Sunday, April 15th  

  • 10:30 AM Worship service at WLC Chapel
  • 12:00 AM Tour Wisconsin Lutheran College
  • 2:00 PM Arrive at MKE for earliest flight home

Trip Host: Pastor Fred Guldberg, Star of Bethlehem Lutheran Church– Winston Salem, NC – [email protected](336) 682-6802
I hope you will attend this exciting trip! If you are even remotely considering becoming a pastor, teacher or staff minister, please make every effort to join us!
The deadline to sign up is Monday, March 19th.  However, only five of the six spots are left on the trip!  More than that have inquired – if you are interested, reserve your spot now.
To join the group, please complete the form below with your $50 travel expense fee.
The travel expense fee will be help to offset meals, van rental, gas, and incidentals during the trip.  The Commission on Youth and Family Ministries for the North Atlantic District will be covering the remaining expenses.
Thank you to Martin Luther College and Wisconsin Lutheran College for providing the reimbursement for your air travel expenses!
**NOTE: You will fly from your closest airport to MSP. The cost of your flight is initially on your own expense. Wisconsin Lutheran College is offering to reimburse students for half the cost of the flight. Martin Luther College is offering to pay the difference up to $250 towards the flight.  This applies for students who are currently attending public high schools.