ULC Luther House Dedication Event Held

Luther Bulliten0001c“Moreover I will appoint a place for My people Israel, and will plant them, that they may dwell in a place of their own and move no more; nor shall the sons of wickedness oppress them anymore, as previously, since the time that I commanded judges to be over My people Israel, and have caused you to rest from all your enemies. Also the Lord tells you that He will make you a house” 2 Samuel 7:10-11

ULC Luther House Dedication Event Held

By Douglas M. Denzler

University Lutheran Chapel, Minneapolis, MN celebrated the dedication of the Luther House on April 5, 2013. Over 150 people attended the open house and dedication service including students, pastors and visitors from other congregations and guests as far away as Missouri and Wyoming. They had the chance to see firsthand the progress that ULC has made in returning to campus after being evicted from her chapel last June.

Architect's-Drawing-Exterior-Side2The night of celebration and thanksgiving for ULC, who after less than a year after being removed from their place of worship, opened the doors to its new place for campus ministry. The evening included a short dedication worship service officiated by Rev. David Kind, campus pastor, as well as entertainment performed by ULC members. Guests were given the opportunity to take a tour of the house as well as view preliminary plans to build a chapel.

ULC plans to build a chapel on the lot next to the Luther House. For further information go here to see blueprints and drawings on the proposed chapel and updates on upcoming fundraising events.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9bqs1GyWYg

 

ULC Build It Back! Website is found here at buildulc.org

Proposed floor plans for chapel

Build it Back brochure

Bulletin from dedication service

Homily from Dedication

 

Here are photos of the Luther House Dedication. Click on any of them for larger pictures.

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