About Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry at ULC
At ULC, our mission has always been tied to the student community. ULC as a congregation actually began as a student ministry in 1942 that met in the Masonic Temple, the pastor's living room, and the State Theater before building a home on Ann Street. This ministry has taken different forms over the past 70 years and in 2013 it again evolved into One Community Lutheran/Episcopal Campus Ministry.
We are excited to join forces with our Episcopal brothers and sisters from All Saint Episcopal/Canterbury, East Lansing to create this new multi-denominational ministry. We are currently led by Pastor Sarah Midzalkowski, a student executive board, student associates, and a team made up of resident members from both the ULC and All Saints congregations.
One Community offers opportunities for worship, fellowship and service to undergrad and graduate students in the Lansing area; and you don't have to be Lutheran or Episcopal to join us! We hold a simple, mid-week worship service, starting at 7 pm, in the Alumni Chapel on MSU's campus. We also invite to join us for Sunday worship at either ULC (8:30 or 10:45 am Sept. - April; (9:30 am May - Aug.) or All Saints Episcopal (8 or 10 am).
There is a a student lounge near the ULC entrance with comfy couches, a flat-screen TV and free wi-fi. Join us here for "movie night" or study time during finals week.