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at Arizona State University - 340 E. 15th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281-6612 (480) 967-3543 (map)
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REGULAR SCHEDULE

Starting August 20st
Sunday
Worship
10:30 am

Sunday School and
Adult Forum
9:15 am
After Labor Day

Wednesday
Worship
6:30 pm



SUMMER SCHEDULE

Sunday
Worship
9 a.m.

June through August

STUDENT SCHEDULE
Limited events between semesters

Wednesday
Bible Study 5pm
Dinner 5:30pm
Contemporary Worship 6:30pm

Sunday
Worship 10:30am
Dinner following

Students: Check out the Campus Ministry page for specific student events.

We are a
Reconciling Works - Lutherans for Full Participation
congregation

University Lutheran Church intends to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all of God's people, regardless of race, situation, family status, sexuality, gender, size, shape, gender identity and place in the world. ULC is a Reconciling in Christ congregation registered with Lutherans Concerned/North America. Thanks be to God for the blessings we have and the differences we share!

 

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Welcome all students and parents. (map)

Looking Ahead....Open Forums

Sundays 9:15am-10:15am

  • January 21: "Dietrich Bonhoeffer Today: Bonhoeffer as a source for Eco-theology" a video with discussion led by Julie Gerrish
  • January 28: "The Militarization of Police" led by Tempe PD criminologist and ULC member Noah Fritz
  • February 4: "How to Optimize Human Biology" by ASU law student Walter Johnson

University Lutheran Church Young Adults

Thank you to the young adults that came to the "Come and See Tour" of the Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest downtown Phoenix office. We learned more about the services offered to Refugees, the Elderly, and Foster Families by LSS-SW. Sorry to those who would have liked to go but got sick! Nasty cold of doom. Hope all are recovering. 

Some of us will be attending the WELCA Bible Study on February 10th that will be led by Mark Allen Powell. It is about interpreting Bible stories in different ways. Email me if you are interested in attending. Some of us will also be volunteering at Esperanza Lutheran Church's carnival on January 27th to raise funds for their summer mission trip to Mazahua, Mexico. Let me know if you are interested in volunteering or attending with family! The carnival goes from 12-2 and will have a variety of inflatables, games and food. 

If you like art, come to Esperanza's Art in the Garden show on February 24th from 2-4pm, hosted by the Garden of Eatin'. Submit art to be judged by attendees on "Best of Theme" and "Best Overall". Art submissions are due by Wednesday, February 21st and the theme of the show is "Peace and Harmony." You can turn in art submissions to the link on Garden of Eatin's News and Events page, or in the description of the Facebook page for this event, titled, "Art in the Garden". Artists of ALL AGES are welcomed and encouraged to come. 

Peace,
Julie Gerrish
Young Adult Group Coordinator
You can contact Julie Gerrish by using our CONTACT PAGE by Clicking Here.

Food Pantry

We can always use food donations to stock our Food Pantry... both for the Students and our regular Food Donation Box.

Download a PDF copy of suggested food items.

Student of the Month - Jill Cota

Jill CotaYear of School: Freshman
Hometown: Tempe, AZ

1) What is your favorite part of LCM?
Being able to meet people through LCM and being able to share memories like San Diego, Dinners and Lefse Making with all of them.

2) Why would you encourage others to check out LCM?
It is a great way to meet people from all walks of life and keep in touch with your faith while experiencing the hustle and bustle of college.

3) What is one thing you are looking forward to this year?
Getting further into my academic career and continuing to get more involved on campus!

For it is in giving that we receive

Our community continues to be generous in so many ways. This past Christmas season, we thought not only of family and food but also of those in need. In the months of November and December our ULC/LCM Community gave $1,691 to ELCA Good Gifts through our purchase of the Christmas ornaments. Our gifts supported children going to school with desks and books, gave loans to women to start businesses, provided families with pigs, goats, chickens and bees, fed people at a soup kitchen and supplied mosquito nets, bibles, water filters and a latrine to people in need!

We purchased $667 worth of products directly  from artisans in countries where they are struggling to feed their families and sustain themselves. Through SERRV, this money goes directly back to the communities and families to provide health, education and the means for people to support themselves through personal businesses.

Many people gave to Lutheran World Relief for world hunger and although this is a year long need, In November and December alone, we sent $206 to LWR.

May we be continue to be inspired by In the Prayer of Saint Francis and continue our generosity into 2018 and beyond. Thank you all!

Beth Wootten,
Treasurer

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Ash Wednesday

February 14 6:30pm
Ash Wednesday worship with the imposition of ashes

Midweek Lenten Worship
A contemplative worship
Gathering around the cross 
Wednesdays in Lent 6:30pm

Mid week theme: "You Have Heard it Said"; Teachings of Jesus
  • Feb. 21: "Concerning Anger" Matthew 5:21-26
  • February 28: "Concerning Retalitaion" Matthew 5: 38-42
  • March 7: " Love for Enemies" Matthew 5: 43-48
  • March 14: "Concerning Adultury" Matthew 5: 27-30
  • March 21: "Concerning Divorce" Matthew 5: 31-32
  • March 28: "The Law and the Prophets" Matthew 5:17-20
Anniversary Potluck LXV

Happy 65th birthday University Lutheran Church/Lutheran Campus Ministry!

We are now old enough for Medicare! 

We will have a potluck following Sunday worship. Sky Blue is the color for a 65th anniversary, but there will be nothing blue about this anniversary! 

Student Schedule

Worship

Wednesdays:

  • Bible Study 5pm
  • Dinner 5:30pm
  • Worship 6:30pm

Sundays

  • Worship 10:30am
  • Dinner following worship


St.Olaf Choir

Concert

Sunday, February 11, 3pm
Camelback Bible Church
3900 E. Stanford Drive
Paradise Valley, AZ

Tickets $30-40 adults, $10 students
stolaf.edu/tickets or 800.363.5487

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Pastor Gary N. McCluskey
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Gary N. McCluskey

Director of Music
Aiko Yamada-Mancini
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Secretary

Dottie Ohe

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