Due to concerns about COVID-19 and the movement of all Northwestern classes online, LCMNU will not be hosting worship at the center for the time being. More info will be posted as we work on virtual options.
- Sundays at 11:00 am (during the fall, winter, and spring quarters)
Worship in the Lutheran tradition is central to our life together. We gather to praise God and to meet Christ, who is alive in Word and sacrament. By definition, the liturgy is the work of the whole people of God. Thus, LCMNU’s worship invites and employs the gifts and interests of all those who wish to share them. Every week, students assist with planning worship, reading scripture, or leading the prayers. Sometimes students preach or co-preach with Pastor Deanna or provide special vocal or instrumental music. At announcement time, worshipers advertise LCMNU events that they’re helping to plan, as well as other events that they’re involved in on campus. LCMNU uses a variety of liturgies and music (traditional, blended, contemporary, camp, morning prayer). A fellowship time (with coffee and donuts) is held before and after worship. If you are interested in planning worship, assisting with music, or helping to lead worship, please contact Daniel Hickox-Young, Worship Leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wednesdays from 6:00 – 6:45 pm
Invite your friends and join in a gathering of the community around the table for supper, fellowship, and worship. We say grace at 6pm, enjoy our meal and fellowship from 6-6:30pm, and then join in a service of prayer, scripture, and song from 6:30-6:45pm.