The Augsburg Bulletin

Community Update

Bull and Oyster Roast

Purchase tickets today for the Bull and Oyster Roast: Saturday, October 15 at Martin’s West from 1-5 p.m. The Bull and Oyster Roast is a social fundraiser celebrating our 130-year anniversary and community history dating back to 1903. Thank you to our sponsors Brightview Landscape Services, Assisted Rehab Inc., Remedi SeniorCare Pharmacy, and Thrivent.

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If you have not received your invitation in the mail, please contact us at or call 443-471-0514.

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Chaplain Eric Campbell’s Installation

The Rev. Dr. Eric T. Campbell will be installed as chaplain of The Village at Augsburg on Sunday, September 25 at 3 p.m. Pastors, deacons and members of the Order of St. Stephen are invited to vest and process green stoles. Food will be provided after the installation.


Celebrating our Augsburg History through Connection

In honor of our 130-year anniversary, we are sharing your Augsburg stories and connections. If you wish to share your Augsburg story, please contact us at contact us at or call 443-471-0514. We will have a special presentation on each story during our Bull and Oyster Roast on October 15.

Click below for new Augsburg connection stories.

  • Augsburg independent living resident Barbara Kale reminisces about marrying her late husband, Nathan Kale, in Augsburg’s Old Chapel before moving into her residence here
  • John Lane shares a story about his mother, Genesta Lane, and the impact of her time living at Augsburg
  • Augsburg’s chaplain, Rev. Dr. Eric Campbell, shares his ongoing connectedness with the memory and love of his mother, Lillie Mae Houston, who was a geriatric nursing assistant at Augsburg in the early 1990s
Click Here for Stories on The Augsburg Connection


Remember Me

The Remember Me capital campaign is ongoing to support the new Memory Care Neighborhood at The Village at Augsburg. Please view more information on the new neighborhood and Remember Me campaign here.

Augsburg’s ministry began 130 years ago from the “Augsburg Acorn” – selfless giving by individual congregation members of local Lutheran churches. Today, while the needs continue to evolve, we remain humbled by the support from our delegate congregations.


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