German Service 2016

It’s that time of year again! In a little less than a month, University  Lutheran will be hosting its annual German Christmas Service on NOVEMBER  30th, WEDNESDAY night at 7pm. We would love for you to be a part of it  this year. The German Christmas Service is an opportunity to celebrate “auf Deutsch”  with […]

Wise Unto Salvation

This year University Lutheran is going to attempt, by God’s grace, to be “Wise Unto Salvation”. Our annual focus this year leads us to think on Paul’s words to a young Timothy, “From childhood you have been acquainted with the Sacred Writings which are able to make you wise unto salvation through faith in Jesus […]

Living the Lectionary – Reminded

Living the Lectionary is a weekly devotional tool intended to give you ideas for living out the Word of God that we encounter on Sundays in worship.  About this coming Sunday: 7th Sunday After Pentecost – Reminded – It has been over 6 months since we celebrated Christmas, and we are reminded of God’s great Gift of […]

What do we believe about sacraments?

Ask anyone who studies communication and they will tell you that “non-verbal communication” is important. One theorist (Albert Mehrabian) thinks that non verbals comprise up to 93% of the component parts of all personally communicated messages. Hand gestures and tone of voice are key, as well as facial expression and body posture. Similarly, in the […]

What do we believe about membership?

This Sunday we celebrated our newest members, Larry and Julie. And it might have brought up a question for you, what does “membership” mean? The reason that churches have “members” comes from Paul’s equation of “people in the church” with “members of the body of Christ”. You can find Paul writing about this in I […]