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Lutheran Campus Ministry is a student faith community that welcomes diversity, questioning, and honest relationships. During this COVID pandemic, we are gathering students virtually for worship, faith conversations, and fellowship. If you are looking for a place to connect with others while physically distancing, we are here for you.
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COVID-19 Resources for our Lutheran Campus Ministry Community
It has been an extraordinary time as our world faces historic challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid the stress and uncertainty, it’s never been more critical to stay connected with one another, even as we practice social distancing to reduce transmission and keep each other healthy and safe. Below are a number of resources available to our community during this uncertain time.
While public worship has been suspended at this time, we can share several resources for worship from home.
Luther Memorial Church – released on Sundays
LCM Student Center
Spring Semester Hours:
Mon-Thurs (9am – 9pm)
Friday (9am – 2pm)
Sunday (2pm – 9pm)
Mon-Thurs (9am – 2pm)
Taste of Grace Lunch
Weekdays at Noon
*Taste of Grace Lunch is offered during Fall & Spring semesters only.
Worship & Communion
Sundays and Thursdays
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