ULC is a community of Christians composed mostly of students at Northwestern who, through Jesus Christ, know God to be astoundingly merciful and steadfastly loving, a daily affirming presence who is the source of countless blessings.
We gather regularly to worship God, to witness to and to nurture our faith, to have fun together and develop supportive relationships, to help one another to integrate faith and our academic life and work, to explore our calling from God, and to serve God's people, on our campus and in its Evanston/Chicago context.
ULC is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and also a Reconciling in Christ congregation recognized by Lutherans Concerned/North America. On campus, we annually appoint liaisons to the NUInterfaith Initiative, and we are an active member of Interfaith Action of Evanston.
We invite you to use this page to learn more about us, and we especially invite you to join us. Welcome to ULC!
If you're on Facebook, check out the ULC group page.
A SPECIAL WELCOME to new students at Northwestern: members of the class of 2016, transfer students, and new graduate students! Please tell us about yourself. .
Read what NU students say about the value of on-campus Lutheran Campus Ministry. Congregations are encouraged to share these reflections with their members.
Commitments for 2012: Members and friends of ULC are encouraged to pray and consider making a commitment of time, talent, and treasure to God's work through our congregation in 2012. Make your commitment.
In January, 2010, an ELCA team conducted the Quadrennial Review of our ministry to Northwestern. Read excerpts from the team's report.