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University Lutheran Dedication Pictures

University Lutheran Church dedicated their new sanctuary on Reformation Sunday, October 29. Located across the street from the Purdue Engineering Mall at 460 Northwestern Avenue, the location includes a new sanctuary for the congregation on the third floor, as well as space for a future coffee house and study center on the ground floor. For... Read more »

University Lutheran Church

University Lutheran Church at Purdue University held its first service in its new location on Reformation Sunday 2017. The sanctuary and its fixtures were dedicated the Lord as more than 150 people participated in worship. The service marked the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Stories about the church's relocation were published by the Purdue Exponent,  Journal-Courier and... Read more »

University Lutheran Church – We Love to Tell the Story

  Time lapse video of new sanctuary construction. Upcoming events welcome students and highlight new building University Lutheran Church is gearing up for a full month of activities in preparation for students’ arrival to Purdue’s campus. Renovations are nearing completion at the church’s new location on Northwestern Avenue. On August 6, University Lutheran began meeting... Read more »

Nationally Acclaimed Artist Enhances ULu Sanctuary with Custom Sacred Art

University Lutheran commissioned Rick Rowley, an artist with international acclaim, to develop custom art and furniture for its new sanctuary. Working closely with ULu pastor Rev. Justin Herman, Rowley is creating several pieces of unique artwork to enhance the worship experience at ULu’s new location at 460 Northwestern Avenue. These custom pieces—made from alder and… Read more »

University Lutheran: Thankful for ministry at Chauncey Hill

June 4, 2017, marks the final Sunday the University Lutheran congregation will worship at the Chauncey Hill location before moving to Northwestern Avenue. It is a moment for reflection and thankfulness for all of God’s blessings in this place. Through a special decommissioning service, the congregation will take time to recognize all that God has… Read more »

University Lutheran: Full Steam Ahead!

It’s official. After all the work leading up to the sale of ULu’s Chauncey Hill location and the purchase of the former Exponent building—now the University Lutheran Building—at 460 Northwestern Avenue, all that remained was signing more than a few official documents at two separate property closings. We are thrilled to announce that we were… Read more »

Updated Project Timeline for University Lutheran Church Relocation  

Milestones to the Move With the recent closings on the sale of two properties—100 S. Chauncey Hill and 460 Northwestern Avenue—#ULuOnTheMove is moving forward at a rapid pace. This month, we honor the ministry at the former Chauncey Hill location and look forward to construction and renovations at the new location, now officially the University… Read more »

ULu: All Systems Go!

University Lutheran Church (ULu) received final approval for its much-anticipated relocation to the heart of Purdue University’s campus, directly across from the Engineering Mall. On Feb. 6, the West Lafayette City Council granted the rezoning necessary for ULu to move into the former Exponent building at 460 Northwestern Ave. The city council’s vote marks the… Read more »

“Green light” on University Lutheran relocation

On Monday, March 6, West Lafayette City Council voted 8-1 to approve rezoning of the Chauncey Hill property of University Lutheran Church. The decision is a final green light for plans to redevelop the corner of State Street and South Chauncey Avenue, and to relocate the church to a new location on Northwestern Avenue. The move… Read more »

ULu relocation approved by West Lafayette City Council

All Systems Are Go! University Lutheran Church (ULu) received final approval this week for its much-anticipated relocation to the heart of Purdue’s campus, directly across from the Purdue Engineering Mall. On Monday, February 6, 2017, the West Lafayette City Council granted the rezoning necessary for ULu to move into the former Exponent building at 460… Read more »