University Lutheran: Thankful for ministry at Chauncey Hill

Published on June 2nd, 2017

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 done in and through the congregation since the Chauncey Hill church was first commissioned in 1951.

“We are thankful for each moment of Word and Sacrament ministry in this place,” says Pastor Justin Herman. “While we are excited about all that God has in store for our future,” he continues, “it is right and proper to recognize all the ways He has ministered to us in this location.”

Following the decommissioning service on June 4, the ULu congregation will worship with area LCMS congregations each Sunday through the summer. After each service, Pastor Herman and members of the ULu congregation will set aside time to meet with the hosting congregations, answering questions about #ULuOnTheMove. You can find the complete summer schedule here. Bible studies will continue at Chauncey Hill on Monday and Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. throughout the summer.