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Deepening faith
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We are students, faculty, university staff, international guests, and community members linked by faith and committed to academic life. End fo story

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Luther House is located near the OSU campus at 211 NW 23rd Street. The office phone number is 541.753.5213 and is generally open Monday through Thursday 9am to 6pm, and often on Sundays too.

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New Time, New Challenges, and the Importance of YOU

While planning my recent installation, I realized that this festive occasion marks the beginning of my 40th year of involvement in Lutheran Campus Ministry. It’s hard to believe that I’ve been at it this long.

I began my campus ministry experience in the Fall of 1978 as a new student at the University of Nebraska. Having enjoyed a powerful youth ministry experience in my home congregation, it didn’t take me long to find my way to the Lutheran Student Center located at the heart of campus.

In those days over 70% of the funding need was met by National Lutheran Campus Ministry and synodical grants; only programming funds needed to be raised from from alumni and friends. Today, the situation is exactly reversed: Churchwide and synod grants provide about 30% of our funding, while alumni and friends now provide for the lion’s share of the need.

You see how critical individual gifts are to us. We literally could not operate - we would not be in ministry to college-age young adults at Luther House - if not for the support we receive from individuals who believe in the importance of what we do. If you are one of those people, I want to say a resounding word of thanks! I also want to ask that you keep us in mind as you plan your charitable giving for 2018.

Pastor Mike

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Lutheran Campus Ministry at Oregon State University

The name of the OSU-recognized student organization is called Lutheran Campus Ministry at OSU. It's one of many religious groups on campus that, together, form the Spiritual Life at OSU organization. LCM welcomes all students to participate in activities, programs, social events and service projects sponsored by the organization. It's governed by a Student Leadership Team. The SLT meets monthly, usually on Thursday evenings, to plan activities. LCM is part of the national Lutheran Student Movement organization LSM-USA.