Join us for an OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, November 8th at 5:30, followed by HOLDEN EVENING PRAYER at 7 p.m. We are celebrating the completion of our Wesley Hall Improvement Project (WHIP), accomplished through gifts from individual donors and generous grants from Bozeman United Methodist Church, National Lutheran Campus Ministry and the Gilhousen Family Foundation. Light appetizers will be served during this ecumenical fellowship gathering, then we will come together to sing our thanks and praise as we worship “Holden Village” style with HOLDEN EVENING PRAYER. Holden Evening Prayer is a beautiful, contemporary vesper service written by Marty Haugen for Holden Village, a Lutheran retreat center in Washington state.
October 23rd, 2015 · Comments Off
October 12th, 2015 · Comments Off
When: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Bozeman, MT, Hope Lutheran Church (2152 Graf St, Bozeman)
Description: Buffet dinner will be served
The Abrahamic Reunion is a team of religious and spiritual leaders – men and women, Muslim, Jewish, Christina, and Druze – dedicated to uplifting human consciousness and building peace in the Holy Land.
Founded in 2004, the Abrahamic Reunion seeks to be a living example of our values and beliefs; to find and support other spiritual peace makers and organizations; to provide training for those interested in spiritual peacemaking; and to create and implement interfaith programs, celebrations, youth activities and other educational initiatives.
Sponsored & Generously Supported by:
MSU Diversity Awareness Office
Congregation Beth Shalom
Holy Rosary Catholic Church
First Presbyterian Church
Pilgrim Congregational (UCC) Church
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bozeman
Christ the King Lutheran Church
St. James Episcopal Church
Hope Lutheran Church
Bozeman United Methodist Church
Islamic Center of Bozeman
Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association Wonderlust
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley
Lutheran Campus Ministry
Contact: Tim Spring, 406-586-3172
May 14th, 2015 · Comments Off
An evening of contemplative worship inspired by the ecumenical Community of Taizé in France. Through candlelight, simple chants, readings, prayers, and silence we are invited to meditate on the mystery of God’s presence in Christ among us and in our hearts. All are welcome. Hosted by Lutheran Campus Ministry–MSU Bozeman and Taizé Prayer Gallatin Valley. Christus Collegium, 714 South 8th Avenue (1/2 block north of College Street, behind the Loaf and Jug.)
November 7th, 2014 · Comments Off
A service in memory of Herbert Strom, Lutheran Campus Pastor serving Montana State University from 1960 – 1995, will be held on Sunday, November 9th at 3 p.m. at the Christus Collegium, Center for Campus Ministry. Pastor Strom died in St. Paul Minnesota on September 6th, 2014. The service will feature “Holden Evening Prayer,” by Marty Haugen, and is an opportunity for those in the Bozeman area to gather together in remembrance and gratitude for Herb’s life and service to MSU students and the greater faith community.
May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off
Is the increasingly hectic pace of life drowning out God’s voice in your life, or clouding your vision of Christ? Please join us for an evening to quiet our minds and hearts, and intently listen to God. Started in France after WWII, Taize prayer is a beautiful practice to open ourselves towards God, through singing basic chants, Scripture readings, times of quiet and petitionary prayer, as well as short periods of silence. The worship-space atmosphere is unforgettably beautiful and inspiring, and your heart will undoubtedly be touched by it. Share this event with anyone whom you think might be interested in joining us at this prayerful (and powerful) community building event! Hosted by Lutheran Campus Ministry–MSU Bozeman and Taize Prayer Gallatin Valley at the Christus Collegium, 714 South 8th Avenue, Bozeman. 1/2 block north of College Street. All are welcome.
February 24th, 2014 · Comments Off
Calling all MSU students, faculty and staff! Resurrection Catholic Campus Ministry and the campus ministries of the Christus Collegium (ELCA Lutheran, Episcopal Church, and United Methodist) are hosting an Ash Wednesday Service on Wednesday, 5 March from 12:00 noon- 12:45 PM at Danforth Chapel (across the Centennial Mall from the SUB). All are welcome to come together to share song, prayer, readings and message to signal the beginning of the season of Lent. There will be an opportunity to receive a mark of ashes symbolizing repentance and renewal. Bring a canned good or non-perishable item for the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. Come, be our guest!
October 18th, 2013 · Comments Off
Lutheran Campus Ministry—MSU Bozeman is sponsoring a Pumpkin Patch open daily October 17-31, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm at the Christus Collegium, 714 South 8th Avenue, Bozeman. Special activities on Saturday the 19th and 26th include a hand-operated cider press demonstrations and seasonal food for sale. Come and pick your pumpkin for carving and display. We have many sizes and shapes. A portion of the proceeds benefit Lutheran Campus Ministry. Telephone 586.3172 for more information or email Lutheran@christuscollegium.org.
June 12th, 2013 · Comments Off
In town for new student orientation? Stop by and check out the Center for Campus Ministry. It’s home for Episcopal, Lutheran and United Methodist Campus Ministries.
November 21st, 2012 · Comments Off
Want to spend your summer working at a Lutheran Bible Camp in Montana? Both Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp and Christikon Lutheran Bible Camp will be in Bozeman to meet with and interview people interested in working as staff this summer. A variety of positions are available from counselors to cooks to various support staff. As a camp employee, you have an opportunity to impact the lives of children, youth, and adults, live in intentional Christian community with other young adults, work in some of the most beautiful places in the world. Flathead will be interviewing from 9-3 on Tuesday, February 5 and Christikon from 12-4 on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Both camps will be at the Christus Collegium, Center for Campus Ministry, 714 South 8th Ave. (1/2 block north of College St.). Call 586-3172 for more information or visit the camp websites: Christikon or Flathead.
Thinking of outdoor ministry in another part of the county? Check out the possibilities at www.elca.org/camps.
November 21st, 2012 · Comments Off
International Faith-Based Service Opportunities Available through ELCA Global Mission!
+ Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia
+Placements in Youth Ministry, Education, Social Justice, Community Building, Public Health and more!
+One and Two Year Assignments