Dr. Dale Meyer spoke at 2016 Annual Reformation Service in Sacramento

Dr. Dale Meyer, President of Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, was the speaker at the 2016 Reformation Service at Town and Country Lutheran Church, 4049 Marconi Avenue, in Sacramento.  

Dr. Meyer rejoined the faculty at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, in 2001.  He also serves as a professor of practical theology.  He was the Gregg H. Benidt Memorial Chair in Homiletics and Literature at Concordia Seminary from 2001 to 2005.  He served as the interim president (2004-05) and became the 10th president of Concordia Seminary in 2005.

Dr. Meyer began his ministry career serving as pastor of St. Salvator Lutheran Church in Venedy, Illinois, and St. Peter Lutheran Church in New Memphis, Illinois (1974-81).  He served on the faculty of Concordia Seminary as a guest instructor (1979-81) and as an assistant professor teaching classes in New Testament and homiletics and as the director of Resident Field Education (1981-84).

He served as senior pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Collinsville, Illinois from 1984-88.  Meyer was the speaker on The Lutheran Hour radio program from 1989 to 2001.  Through 2003, he was the host of the television show On Main Street for Lutheran Hour Ministries.

To view Dr. Meyer's sermon, "The One Thing I'm Still Learning" based on 1 Peter 1:17-21, click here.