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Advent and Christmas 2016

Join us for Advent and Christmas activities this December! The UniLu Women’s Advent Potluck will take place on Sunday, December 4, 2016 from 3:30 to 6:30 pm at the home of Cynthia Rosenberger in Belmont. Parking is available on the street. Please bring an appetizer or supper item (main or side dish or dessert) for…

November 13, 2016: Cambridge Half Marathon to Affect Traffic

Planning to drive to church on Sunday, November 13, 2016? Be aware that the first annual Cambridge Half Marathon will take place between 8 am and 11 am that morning. Portions of numerous streets in Cambridge and Belmont, including Massachusetts Avenue, will be closed. For more information, see the Cambridge Half Traffic Alerts page, the…

Newcomer Dinner, Seniors’ Lunch This Week

This week features two opportunities for sharing conversation over a good meal. On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 6:30 pm, UniLu will host a dinner gathering for all newer folks who have been attending UniLu. Come meet staff and other members of the community, enjoy dinner together, and learn more about our congregation. The next…

Bible, Q’s and Brews

Students, join us for this week’s Bible, Q’s and Brews, drinks and talk about issues that matter to progressive Christians. On Monday, October 10, 2016, we’ll discuss Indigenous People’s Day and explore how Christianity has contributed to the oppression of indigenous people. Where: The Red House (98 Winthrop Street), Cambridge. When: Monday, October 10 from…

Family-Friendly Service Resumes September 18, 2016

No one can be a Christian alone. Come grow with us. Starting September 18, 2016, join us for Bread ☩ Belonging: 9 – 9:50 am: Child-Friendly Worship 9:50 – 10:30 am: Food and Further Faith Exploration UniLu is a vibrant, multi-generational community that is committed to bodying forth God’s unshakeable love for all. Bread ☩…

2016 Inkspot Published

The 2016 edition of the Inkspot, UniLu’s annual newsletter for members and alumni/ae, is now on its way to mailboxes across the world. This issue features Pastor Kathleen Reed’s reflection on “the witness trees of UniLu”; Pastor Kari Jo Verhulst’s reports on the Lutheran-Episcopal Ministry at MIT and on the new family-friendly service at UniLu,…

UniLu Voices Featured in Campus Ministry Film

UniLu’s campus and community coordinator Jayms Battaglia, 2014-16 Harvard Divinity School intern Caston Boyd, and Pastor Kari Jo Verhulst are featured in a short film about Lutheran campus ministry released by LuMin, the Lutheran Campus Ministry Network · ELCA. The nine-minute film, which includes appearances by students and Lutheran campus ministers across the United States,…

Remembering the Victims of Orlando

On Wednesday, June 15, 2016, from 6 to 8:30 pm, space outside and inside the church will be open for remembering the victims of Orlando. From 6 to 8 pm there will places for sitting in silence, connecting in conversation, sharing refreshments, offering and listening to music, lighting candles, and creating a traveling memorial to…

Harvard Square Summer Shelter Opens June 13, 2016

University Lutheran Church has hosted the Harvard Square Summer Shelter, a transitional program for 12 men and women, in its lower level dormitory space for the past six years. In 2016, the summer shelter will open for the season on Monday, June 13. The program runs for 8 weeks and, like the winter shelter, seeks…