The Lutheran Historical Society of the Mid-Atlantic was formed in 1989 as a reorganization of The Historical Society of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in North America begun in 1952 and of its predecessor organizations, the first of which was founded in 1843.
Spring Program 2014
Watch this spot for future updates on LHSMA’s Spring Program 2014. Featured presenter and professor of church history at Gettysburg Seminary, Maria Erling, will investigate a topic about Lutheran women leaders. Marianne Brock, Jean Legros, and Susan Hill, all Gettysburg Seminary graduates who have studied and written about specific women in Lutheran church history, will present papers on Mildred Winston, Mary Stuckenburg, and Elsie Singmaster. These women’s collective contributions to the work of the church in our region for over a period of nearly a hundred years provide a fascinating perspective for historical inquiry. Stay tuned to this website for upcoming details.