Many of us experience college life as a place where we’re expected to be someone we’re not. As a child of god, you are loved just as you are, not in spite of your flaws and weakness, but because of them. We know a God that shows up in the midst of our brokenness, and offers healing, restoration and forgiveness. Lutheran Campus Ministry is a place where you can get real about what’s actually going on in your life, and be with other people who are looking to do the same.
pause (weekly student worship), Wednesdays at 9pm, Grace University Lutheran Church. Join others in giving your hearts, minds and souls the “pause” we yearn for – to laugh and pray and sing and consider what it means to put our faith in action. Come to connect with others and with God, reflect on your faith and pray for a world in need.
Small groups are one of the best ways to get to know one another in the LCM community. Each semester, different small groups are offered for students to be part of–they range in topics and size, but all are a place to create relationships with one another around conversation, action and faith. Click here to see the small groups offered this semster and email Pastor Kate to sign up
Love in Action is a page devoted to all of the ways that you can put your faith in action through service work, justice making, and outreach on campus and beyond. There’s rarely a better way to get to know people quickly! Whether traveling over spring break, or showing up in solidarity with people building awareness about mental illness, this is a chance for us to explore all of the ways God shows up in our lives and in the world.
Tuesday Soup There is such a thing as a free lunch! This is a weekly gathering for lunch and fellowship, no strings attached. Stop by Grace (324 Harvard St. SE) over your lunch break on Tuesdays. Soup (free!) is on from 11:30am-1:00pm.