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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Higher Things Photos 2005

Last month, my family and I attended the Higher Things youth conference in St. Louis. We just had a terrific time. My wife and I were both presenters. Here are some of the photos taken from the Higher Things website. You can click on the pictures to see them enlarged.

WORSHIP


Entering St. Louis Cathedral




Who is that creepy pastor?!



The Holy Eucharist at Concordia Seminary chapel. That's sem president, Dr. Dale Meyer greeting the teens after the benediction.


STUDY



There's that creepy guy again!


Rev. Todd Wilken the Bald, the radio host of Issues, Etc. gave a talk on UFOs.


FRIENDS





FUN








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6 comments:

Rev. Todd Peperkorn said...

Dude, you've got too much time on your hands putting all that in your blog. nicely done, though!

Pastor Scott Stiegemeyer said...

Uh Dude, it's easy. Blogger rocks. Thanks for checking in. Surf's up!

Darrell said...

Hey, I just wanted to say that I'd never seen St. Louis Cathedral before, and it's absolutely beautiful. If only they could keep the "creepy guys" out. ;)

Pastor Scott Stiegemeyer said...

Darrell, Glad your surgery went well and hope you are feeling better.

Yes, St. Louis Cathedral is incredible. For a while, we weren't sure we were going to be permitted to use it, but the final answer was yes - but not for the eucharist. And we understood that, so that's why we crammed everyone into the local Lutheran seminary chapel for the Supper. At the cathedral, we held daily prayer: matins, vespers, and compline.

Anonymous said...

Is that the Baptismal font in the rear of the church in top ("Worship")photo? I'm used to them being in the front. Or is something else?

Pastor Scott Stiegemeyer said...

Anon,
Oh yes, that's the font. Many churches place the font in the entrance of the church to symbolize that it is through baptism that we enter God's family.

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