Wednesday Night Student Worship

During the school year, we meet for worship at 8pm at Grace University Lutheran Church — we call it pause because it’s like taking a big deep breath in the middle of the week. Our worship together is at the center of our community and the point from which our action on campus and in the world springs. You can expect mostly students to be in attendance, acoustic music, beautiful art, robust conversation, and opportunities for engagement. Our communion table is open, meaning that anyone who would like can participate, regardless of what your tradition or beliefs are. This is one way of expressing that when we say all are welcome, we really mean it.

Sunday Intergenerational Worship

Many students also worship at the regularly scheduled services of the intergenerational churches on campus: Grace University Lutheran Church (Stadium Village), University Lutheran Church of Hope (Dinkytown), and St. Anthony Park Lutheran Church (St. Paul). You can expect a more traditional structure to worship, babies and elders, and a general sense of liveliness. You don’t have to “dress up,” but some folks do. We are grateful for the immense gifts of these congregations and the ways they encourage and lift up this academic community.