Welcome to the
Rose House

You are welcome here! Rose House is an intentionally safe place - open to all students - regardless of faith background, prior church connections, economic status, political affiliation or persuasion, ancestry, color, national origin, race, sexual or gender orientation, disability or handicap, or academic standing.

 

Your class schedule is FULL

Your calendar is FULL

 

Rose House is OPEN

 

OPEN to you: Students of any

Faith Background

Economic Status

Color

Sexual or Gender Identity

 

OPEN for you:

to Breathe

to Belong

to Be

 

You have a home at Rose House

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Students
 

Each Wednesday we gather to grow together as a community of faith.  Bring a friend and join us!

  • Table Talk Wednesday: 7:07pm at Rose House
    • Gather for conversation about our life of faith and enjoy a few snacks, too!

place for you to belong and to be known.  

space for you to live into your identity as beloved child of God.

An alum's wish:
"May Rose House be a place that you feel rooted, nurtured, and reminded of God's magnificent love. You are family here, throughout the seasons. Come, grow, and branch out to serve those around you. Join the community, the family tree, all are welcome here."

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Lutheran Campus Ministry at IU is a Reconciling in Christ ministry.  LCM-IU, through its Affirmation of Welcome echoes the apostle Paul's claim that in Christ "there is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female" (Galatians 3:28). Christ has made us one. We acknowledge this reconciliation extends to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

Lutheran Campus Ministry at IU is a part of LuMin, a network of campus ministries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Learn more about LuMin and

the ELCA

LCM-IU is in covenant relationship with St. Thomas Lutheran Church.  STLC is where LCM worships each Sunday morning.  Students will find opportunities for full participation in this more traditional community based congregation. 

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