The 1937 Project

In 1937, the Ohio River flooded the city of Louisville. Southern Seminary was on high ground, and thus had a unique position to help, rowing out in boats to help stranded people, housing individuals on campus, and even providing temporary office space for the mayor. In honor of that historic event, every year Southern Seminary serves the city of Louisville by partnering with the mayor’s office in an event called the 1937 Project.
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March 14  &  April 18 | 12:00pm – 1:00pm | President’s Reception Room

If you are a student interested in international missions, join us for lunch!  Our state-side missionaries will be available for questions and will offer practical preparation for missionary work

Monthly Muster

Be sure to join us for the “Monthly Muster” as we enjoy lunch together and learn from special guest speakers from a wide variety of military background and veterans from our own seminary community.
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