Rev Robert Kieselowsky serves as lead pastor for λόγος Lutheran Fellowship. Pastor Kieselowsky earned a bachelor’s degree in biblical studies from Philadelphia College of Bible (now Cairn University). He and his wife Allison grew to love Philadelphia while living in center city as newlyweds. He taught high school history for several years in Fairfax, VA, while earning his Masters of Education from the University of Virginia. Finally, Pastor Kieselowsky graduated from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN, with a Masters of Divinity. He served at Immanuel Lutheran Church and School (Alexandria, VA) as Assistant Pastor and Headmaster before accepting the call to Philadelphia.
Pastor Kieselowsky and Allison are blessed with four girls who are the joy of their lives. His interests include the study of theology and church history, following his favorite football and baseball teams, travel, and the great outdoors of Pennsylvania, the land of his youth. Pastor Kieselowsky also serves Philadelphia Lutheran Ministries (PLM) as Executive Director..
Seminarian Jacob Benson serves Philadelphia Lutheran Ministries (PLM) as Vicar.
Vicar Benson was born and raised in the bustling metropolis of Worland, WY (population 5,000 on a good day) and while he misses the mountains, he is falling more and more in love with skyscrapers every day.
Having received his B.A. in religious studies from the University of Wyoming, he began his studies at Concordia Theological Seminary (Fort Wayne, IN) in the summer of 2014. After finishing his first year at seminary, Vicar Benson spent three months in Baltimore, MD as a summer vicar and fell in love with the urban environment. Alongside his love for the city, Vicar has a passion for campus ministry, which was so formative in his own return to orthodox Lutheranism.
Vicar will serve in a number of capacities through PLM, including work at Shepherd of the City, Λόγος, and outreach on the campuses of Temple, Villanova, and Eastern University. He is excited to see how serving PLM will form him as he prepares for the Office of the Holy Ministry, and is always willing to sit down and talk theology, football, and anything related to Wyoming.
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