Connecting People to Christ

So they may discover their own calling as disciples.


We've Moved!

Due to construction, from now and throughout the 2019-2020 academic year, the Lutheran Center will be located at St Mark's and The Foundry.

Improving and sustaining the heart of the UNL campus

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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.

Structuring Prayer


by Anna Helzer I REALLY love structure. This will not surprise anyone who knows me. My planner is one of my most valuable possessions,…

Actively Seeking God’s Presence


By Maysyn Sorensen Since getting to college, I have been asked numerous times where I see God present in my life. I usually think…

Seeing God


by Shaina Lusienski I always thought I needed church to really have a relationship with God, that if I stopped going to church on…

Trusting the Promise


by Emily Donnell If you’ve been following The Lutheran Center blog for the past few weeks (which I know everyone has been), I’ll bet…

Haiti 2020

Event News

We’ve got some great news! The Lutheran Center is road-tripping (or is it plane-tripping?) to Jacmel, Haiti from March 22 – 29. We will…

Headed to Taize in May


The Trip We are hosting a week-long pilgrimage to the Taizé Community in the Burgundy region of France. The Taizé Community is made up…

Knowing the Unknown


By Dylan Spilinek When Pastor Adam came up to me after a meeting last semester and asked me to go to this thing called…

Hope in the Cross


By Lauryl Hebenstreit The St. Benedict Center at Christ the King Priory is nestled between two barren cornfields outside of Schuyler, Nebraska. Run by…