At Waterloo Lutheran Seminary (WLS), the founding institution of Wilfrid Laurier University, our ecumenical, multifaith and inclusive contact creates a diverse and vibrant community committed to faith in service of the common good. At WLS, you will experience a place where spirituality accompanies academic curiosity to inspire global citizenship.
For more than 100 years, we have educated leaders for church and the world. Through our programs, you’ll learn the art of engaging the resources of a public faith in response to the demands of a changing world. Our association with Laurier provides resources for you to pursue research and scholarly interests in an environment that fosters a high standard of academic excellence.
Our graduates find rewarding careers where they serve, with heart, in various roles such as counsellors, pastors, ministers, chaplains and social workers.
Consensus: Journeying together toward truth and reconciliation
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary class of 2016 photo album
Thomas St. James O’Connor, seminary professor emeritus, honoured for research career
Seminary supports forum on climate justice and Indigenous allyship
CBC: Laurier-Seminary student Andrew Fawcett's trip to North Korea offers peek at shared humanity
Laurier practitioner-in-residence John Milloy ‘Faith and Politics Matters’ lecture photo album
Shamrock Café photo album
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurier’s Office of Aboriginal Initiatives present Circle of Dialogue
Seminary partners with community for refugee benefit
CBC K-W: Seminary faculty member John Milloy speaks about religion and politics on Super Tuesday
Seminary's assistant principal Kristine Lund offers tips for taking care of yourself during the holidays
Laurier student turns translator through community service-learning course
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