German Addresses for Pastor Seaver:
Photo of Rev. Seaver with Sam Houston, IV
at the funeral of Pastor Seaver's father-in-law,
Baptized by Pastor Seaver, March 8, 2008 at Freiburg, Germany
Our Missionary, Pastor Wade Seaver, has recently translated a small monograph on the history, architecture, and congregation of St. Nikolai Lutheran Church of Neuendettelsau.
In early June, Pastor Seaver
and members of the Lutheran military chaplaincy hosted "A Lutheran Symposium" at the Nachrichten Chapel; Heidelberg.
Photos of Pastor Wade Seaver's Family
Pastor Wade Seaver and his family live in Neuendettelsau, Germany.
Pastor Seaver is our Assistant Pastor for Missionary Service.
A small SELK church sanctuary, pictured here, is the location for English language services Pastor Seaver
conducts in Ansbach each Sunday.
Twice a month, he
travels 100 miles to Heidelberg to celebrate the Divine Service at the military base chapel.
The other Sunday mornings, the Seaver family drives to the SELK church in Nuernberg.
With the LCMS and the SELK in altar and pulpit fellowship, the pastor has consented to let Pastor Seaver
officiate on Sundays when he
can't be in Ansbach.
We pray the Holy Spirit will open further doors to mission work.
Here are some pictures of the Seaver family and their home.
Installation of our Mission Pastor
Rev. Wade Seaver
was installed in Germany
as the fifth pastor in the history of
Grace Lutheran Church
Pastor's Seaver's Call is to be Assistant Pastor for Missionary Service.
was installed by Pastor Reed at St. Luke chapel
, Ansbach, Germany.
Neuendettelsau, Germany is home to our Missionary Pastor Wade Seaver
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