Modern life is busy, hectic and demanding. If you are looking for a short time of respite from the pressures of life, please consider joining us for Night Church in the quiet, candlelit sanctuary at University Lutheran.
Join us in our candlelit sanctuary for Night Church. We gather together in song, prayer, and contemplation as we worship together. At 6:00 PM, all are invited to join us for a community style dinner (you're invited to bring something but not obligated) and enjoy a time of fellowship over a hot meal. After Night Church all are invited to stay for fellowship and refreshments.
Services are held monthly throughout the academic year. Each service begins at 7:00 PM and lasts no more than 30 minutes.
January 27: Holden Evening Prayer
On Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 6 PM all are invited for a conversation on the ongoing human rights crisis happening at the US southern border and a Christian response with Dr. John Hoffmeyer. The evening will include resources from Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS) and practical steps to take action.
Dr. Hoffmeyer is the Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at United Lutheran Seminary. He has taught and published on issues such as Christina life in a consumer society, Christian response to torture, and the church and human rights. Dr. Hoffmeyer earned a PhD in Philosophy from Boston College.
For more information about Night Church at UniLu, please contact the church office. If you are a singer or instrumentalist and are interested in helping to lead a service, we would love to hear from you.