Alumni and Family Relations

ONLINE REGISTRATION

If you have any questions regarding events, call Alumni Relations at 612-330-1085 or email alumni@augsburg.edu.

Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be given should you need to cancel your attendance. Your registration cost will be used to cover the cost of the ticket or will be considered a charitable gift to the fund of your choice. 

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Saturday October 05
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
2019 PA Program Picnic
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Wednesday October 09
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Three Sessions by Rev. Mike Carlson and Rev. Sarah Breckenridge Our biblical narrative is filled with stories of transition, from Old Testament to New Testament, we see biblical figures wrestle with Who am I? Who is God? Where do I belong? Come join us as we explore the basic questions of Identity that have stood the test of time and discover together how best to navigate those transitions in our own lives that prompt and shape our reliance on God’s grace. Sessions will be held at Luther Seminary in the Olson Center, Room 10 on Wednesdays, October 9, 16, and 23, 2019 from noon to 1:15 p.m.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday October 16
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Three Sessions by Rev. Mike Carlson and Rev. Sarah Breckenridge Our biblical narrative is filled with stories of transition, from Old Testament to New Testament, we see biblical figures wrestle with Who am I? Who is God? Where do I belong? Come join us as we explore the basic questions of Identity that have stood the test of time and discover together how best to navigate those transitions in our own lives that prompt and shape our reliance on God’s grace. Sessions will be held at Luther Seminary in the Olson Center, Room 10 on Wednesdays, October 9, 16, and 23, 2019 from noon to 1:15 p.m.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday October 23
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Three Sessions by Rev. Mike Carlson and Rev. Sarah Breckenridge Our biblical narrative is filled with stories of transition, from Old Testament to New Testament, we see biblical figures wrestle with Who am I? Who is God? Where do I belong? Come join us as we explore the basic questions of Identity that have stood the test of time and discover together how best to navigate those transitions in our own lives that prompt and shape our reliance on God’s grace. Sessions will be held at Luther Seminary in the Olson Center, Room 10 on Wednesdays, October 9, 16, and 23, 2019 from noon to 1:15 p.m.
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$15.00
 
Wednesday February 05
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Speaker TBD
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$15.00
 
Wednesday February 12
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
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$15.00
 
Wednesday February 19
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
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$15.00
 
Wednesday May 06
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Speaker Rev. David Tiede - A Hope in God In Acts 24-26, the Apostle Paul stands trial in chains before the Roman governors Felix and Festus and the Judean King Agrippa. He is about to experience the “transition” of being shipped to Rome for trial and execution. In this account, Paul’s cheerful defense confounds the authorities. “I am not out of my mind,” he declares,” but I am speaking the sober truth” (26:25). In our sessions, we will explore the personal and prophetic confidence of this apostolic “hope in God.”
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$15.00
 
Wednesday May 13
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Speaker Rev. David Tiede - A Hope in God In Acts 24-26, the Apostle Paul stands trial in chains before the Roman governors Felix and Festus and the Judean King Agrippa. He is about to experience the “transition” of being shipped to Rome for trial and execution. In this account, Paul’s cheerful defense confounds the authorities. “I am not out of my mind,” he declares,” but I am speaking the sober truth” (26:25). In our sessions, we will explore the personal and prophetic confidence of this apostolic “hope in God.”
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$15.00
 
Wednesday May 20
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Speaker Rev. David Tiede - A Hope in God In Acts 24-26, the Apostle Paul stands trial in chains before the Roman governors Felix and Festus and the Judean King Agrippa. He is about to experience the “transition” of being shipped to Rome for trial and execution. In this account, Paul’s cheerful defense confounds the authorities. “I am not out of my mind,” he declares,” but I am speaking the sober truth” (26:25). In our sessions, we will explore the personal and prophetic confidence of this apostolic “hope in God.”
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$15.00
 
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Event registration summary
2019 PA Program Picnic:
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No fee for registration
2019 Fall Centered Life Series, Session 1:
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$15.00
2019 Fall Centered Life Series, Session 2:
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$15.00
2019 Fall Centered Life Series, Session 3:
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$15.00
2020 Winter Centered Life Series, session 1:
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$15.00
2020 Winter Centered Life Series, session 2:
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$15.00
2020 Winter Centered Life Series, session 3:
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$15.00
2020 Spring Centered Life Series, Session 1:
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$15.00
2020 Spring Centered Life Series, session 2:
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$15.00
2020 Spring Centered Life Series, Session 3:
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$15.00
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