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SUNDAY SERVICE 5PM

A CAMPUS MINISTRY OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH—MISSOURI SYNOD

TO CU BOULDER

WE ARE HOLDING IN PERSON SERVICES. ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US

COLLEGE IS TOUGH. YOU NEED JESUS. WE'LL HELP.
SUNDAYS

5PM ~ Divine Service with Communion

6PM ~ Student Meal*

TUESDAYS

7PM ~ Prayer Service (Vespers)

7:30PM ~ Bible Study

THURSDAYS

7pm Divine Service (call for start date)

* During the academic year

Current Liturgical Events/Festivals or Holidays
Click on the links to the left for information about things happening in the rest of the Epiphany season.
 

February 2 Groundhogs Day or Purification of Mary?

                    read "Baptizing the Groundhog". 

February 5, 12 & 19th are the Gesima Sundays.  What 

                   does that mean? Read about Pre-Lent.

February 14 St. Valentine's Day, Commemoration or

                   Halmark holiday?  

February 21 Mardi Gras aka Shrove Tuesday. Read more.

February 22 Ash Wednesday. Read more.

A CHURCH HOME AWAY FROM HOME

We are located on the corner of Colorado and Folsom, 50 feet from the CU campus, directly across from the Engineering Building and Folsom Field.

OUR TEACHING

We teach the Bible, God's Word, as the sole source of all theology. But if you were to ask,"What do you believe the Bible teaches?" then our teachings can be summarized in the Small Catechism.

YOU MIGHT BE A LUTHERAN IF...
  • You believe the Bible is 100% God's true Word from Genesis through Revelation.

  • You believe that when Jesus said, "This is my body," He meant, "This is my body."

  • You believe that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone because of Christ alone.

SERVICES

We use the hymns and liturgies of Lutheran Service Book to teach "the faith once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). If you're new to the Lutheran service, don't worry! It's all Bible-based and easy to learn.

YOU CAN SUPPORT ULC
AS A WITNESS 
TO THE CU COMMUNITY

ULC is a mission congregation that serves the students, faculty, staff, and community of the University of Colorado.

We are supported by the Rocky Mountain District of the LCMS, along with area Lutheran congregations (= the ULC Mission Society)

and our ULC Alumni Foundation.

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