This year Lutherans around the world celebrate the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation.

Since Martin Luther was, in fact, a campus pastor it seems that Lutheran Campus Ministry at IU would be an ideal place to hold another celebration –

But Rose House is NOT going to do that!

You see, we understand your busy schedule does not need another commitment on your calendar.

With this in mind, please DO NOT join us for yet another Reformation Celebration!

DO NOT look for babysitter!

DO NOT worry finding something to wear!

DO NOT burn gas in your car!

Instead, spend this time with your family. In lieu of your time and expenses celebrating 1517, we humbly ask for your contribution to campus ministry in 2017.

If you donate: You will NOT receive: But instead, your partnership provides
$50 A ticket and an above average meal Coffee for a semester of conversations with discerning students
$100 A full table reservation with an above average meal Hospitality as students gather for conversation about faith & life
$250 A table, that above average meal and a cool swag bag Programs that engage students in service to the community

There are two ways to contribute

1) Mail your check (payable to LCM-IU) to:

314 S Rose Ave
Bloomington IN, 47401

2) Online with your credit card (via PayPal).  Click below:

 

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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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