LuMin Events this week:

D A I L Y   B R E A D 

Our food resource - run by students for students - serves college students in need of food for the week. The doors will be open for you to "grocery shop" 6-9PM @ 2100 San Antonio.

I T ' S   T A I L G A T E   T U E S D A Y!

Lutherans do give a flip, and this week it shall be tacos! From 5 to 7 pm we’ll be serving up tacos of the carnivorous and herbivorous kind. Volunteers welcome! Prep begins around 3PM. Tacos will be served from 5-7PM!

O U T D O O R   O F F I C E   H O U R S !

Grati and Pr. Brad set up shop with a few chairs, and a sign that says, "Let's talk...about anything."
West Mall from 1 to 3 pm

S U N D A Y   W O R S H I P  -   F R I E N D S G I V I N G

We will have a LuMin Friendsgiving at 5 pm.  Come break bread with us and give God thanks.

E-mail Pr. Brad to RSVP by Thursday, 11/18. Lcm.utaustin@gmail.com

2100 San Antonio.


Lutheran Campus Ministry - Austin

WELCOME TO LuMin!


LuMin has a place...

...for you at 2100 San Antonio. The LuMin Center provides a third place where you can chill, worship, pray, eat, connect with a friend, meet with our spiritual director or campus pastor, watch TV, find sanctuary, or just be WHILST ALSO adhering to "Protect Texas Together" Covid 19 protocols.

 

All who enter 2100 San Antonio are expected to wear their masks, wash their hands, and maintain 6' distance.

 

Want to know more? Click "More Info" for, well...more info.

Learn More About Us

LuMin-Austin welcomes all students into a loving community where you can experience God's grace through worship, friendship, and the opportunity to serve.

 

LuMin-Austin is an inclusive community that embraces all people, including those of all cultures, races, gender identities, expressions, and sexual orientations. As a Reconciled in Christ community, we do everything we can to insure LGBTQIA+ students feel safe and loved. As ones who are always in the process of becoming anti-racists, we seek opportunities be active allies to our BIPOC siblings.

 

We're a campus ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Contact LuMin

Wanna get coffee?

Wanna talk about faith or the lack thereof?

Wanna drop out?

Wanna sing "A Mighty Fortress" over the phone?

Wanna roll with folks who are about addresssing the hurts of the world?

Want a home-cooked meal?

Want to get ahold of us for any reason?

(ehem...click "More Info.")

LuMin Austin

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR

Whether you’re Liberal or Conservative, Black or White, Queer or Straight, Lutheran or (fill in your denominational label here), Muslim or Jew, Student or Staff, Weird or Normal, Broken or Mended, Documented or Undocumented, blah-dee-blah or yada-yada – you are welcome here!


True for all of college students who've managed to scroll this far down is this:  You're attending college during unprecedented times. It's extroardinarily challenging to form relationships and to simply be a young adult in the midst of so much uncerntainty. What I want you to know is this: God's all-inclusive love and grace are staples among LuMin-Austin.


In the five years I've served this campus ministry, I can say LuMin is a community of faith so immersed in God’s grace that we endeavor to love and serve the University of  Texas, St. Edward's University, and Austin Community College - not as we ought but as we’re able. God does this through our Sunday worship, our meals together, our listening to each other, our welcoming the shunned, and  through healing the broken-hearted. Though, for this time we may have to tweak how we do worship or have our meals together, no pandemic, no social ill, no stress, sadness, or fear in your life is too big for the God you'll encounter when you do life among this LuMin worship community.


If you’re curious about faith, turned off by Christians, or about to quit Church, come by 2100 San Antonio...OR talk with some of our LuMin volunteering @ Daily Bread on Mondays and Tailgate Tuesdays…OR stop by and talk with me during my “outdoor office hours”* on under the portico @ 2100 San Antonio.  You won’t regret it.


Grace to you!


Pr. Brad Fuerst