Connecting People to Christ

So they may discover their own calling as disciples.

Improving and sustaining the heart of the UNL campus

Our Faith

We serve nearly 700 students from a variety of faith backgrounds each year. We understand that for many, this academic season is both challenging and developmental, and our goal is to come alongside to assist and affirm students in their journey.

Our Concern

Our current building has long outlived its usefulness. After 60+ years of constant use we’ve identified major roof leaks, ceiling disintegration, irreparable termite damage as well as a need to update our antiquated and inefficient facilities. 

Our Mission

Our desire is to fully utilize the space we have on UNL’s campus in a way that serves our community. We truly think that building a new facility will allow us to maintain our history and provide exceedingly more ministry opportunities to the student population.

News
April 25, 2018

Senior Sunday

Sunday, April 29th will not only be our last Sunday morning worship of the school year, but will also be Senior Sunday. We will take time to recognize the gift that the seniors are to our community and send them on toward the next…
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Event
April 25, 2018

Defy Gravity!

Jump for joy. Celebrate a year completed! Join us at Defy Gravity on Thursday, May 3 from 5 pm - 6 pm. Cost is $10. Have questions, check with Vicar Ashlin.
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Perspective
April 25, 2018

God is Good

by Jenna Olson Popp “God is SO good! I can’t wait to start my journey of becoming a school psychologist in the fall!” This was a Facebook post I saw last week of an old friend getting into grad school. It accompanied a picture…
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Perspective
April 18, 2018

Die to My Ego

by Jenna Olson Popp The Lutheran Center staff just finished reading Miroslav Volf’s book, Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving in a Culture Stripped of Grace. Volf begins by describing who God is as an unconditional giver and forgiver, the beginning of all that…
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Perspective
April 12, 2018

Do You Recognize Your Neighbor?

No one goes to Wittenberg to see the relief carving on the side of the Village Church. It doesn’t dominate the skyline like the tower of the Scholsskirche (Castle Church) just blocks away. It wasn’t immaculately restored and filled with exhibits just in time…
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Event
April 11, 2018

Intern Banquet

We will host our annual Internship Banquet on Tuesday, May 1 at 6 pm at the UNL City Union. Tickets are $35 each and student tickets are $10. This year we welcome former intern, Renee Splichal Larson as our special speaker. In addition to celebrating…
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Connecting people to Christ, so they may discover their own calling as disciples.