Giving to ALTS

Welcome, supporters of ALTS! The Objective of ALTS is to train men for the Office of the Holy Ministry.  Join with others like yourself in knowing your generous gift today is helping form future pastors for the ministry of Word and Sacrament, and to proclaim the Gospel to a lost and dying world.

The American Lutheran Theological Seminary relies upon your generous gifts of financial support so that we may continue to serve the church by forming pastors for the ministry of Word and Sacrament. We welcome all who join with us in supporting and sustaining the structures and programs through which our students are prepared to serve His church through the ministry of the Gospel.

 


Dear friends of ALTS,

At ALTS, the formation of pastors is a solemn responsibility. We accomplish this by immersing men in the sacred scriptures and the Lutheran confessions, and educating them in the responsibilities of their vocation.

Your partnership in giving will help produce men for the ministry of Word and Sacrament, and further the spread of the Gospel to a lost and dying world.

Rev. Richard P. Shields, President
American Lutheran Theological Seminary


 

You can support the mission of ALTS by sending a check made payable to:

American Lutheran Theological Seminary

If you desire your funds to be used for a specific purpose, please indicate that on the memo line of the check. 

Please mail your check to:

American Lutheran Theological Seminary
921 East Dupont Road, #920
Fort Wayne, IN 46825

 


If you have any questions, call (260) 452-3216, or e-mail us at admin@alts.edu.

 

Gifts to American Lutheran Theological Seminary are tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.

 

 

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