Luther House UNM & CNM

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Dear Luther House UNM & CNM:

You are invited to our St. Paul Lutheran Church
**BOOK SALE**

Sunday, 10:45, January 26. Fellowship Hall. Visit over coffee, tea, and a pastry.

Browse the great books we are downsizing from our Library.

For a Contribution: Carry as many books as you can. Buy all Green Books. Need a Bookmark? Try a silent auction! The more you take, the less we recycle. Pr. Kristi Koppel will open a surprise gift at 11 pm.

Call Angela Robbins with questions.
505-263-5799

Luther House, shorthand for this place where Lutheran Campus Ministry happens, is a progressive and reconciling Christian ministry at the campuses of University of New Mexico and Central NM Community College.

Lutheran Campus Ministry is an open and affirming, progressive Christian ministry at the University of New Mexico and Central NM Community College.

Operating as usual

03/20/2021

Speaking from the Heart: Embodied Blessing and Healing | Day of Lament Against anti-Asian Racism

03/17/2021

We mourn with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities after last night’s attacks in Atlanta. We reject racism and all anti-Asian hate as contrary to the gospel. #StopAAPIHate

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students make up an incredibly diverse segment of the U.S. college population. We believe as a campus ministry community (LuMin) that we have a critical role in supporting and in solidarity addressing the needs and concerns of AAPI college students. We have no tolerance for discrimination of any kind and especially the rise in hateful acts of violence against the AAPI community. #stopAAPIhate #stopAsianhate #LuMin

Timeline Photos 03/15/2021

Just a reminder for our q***r and trans friends:

No matter what the Pope says, you are & always will be treasured as a beloved child of God and your relationships are holy and whole. We at Luther House are honored to bless how you show up & move through this world that our loving Creator made. 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️♥️

We praise God for our LGBTQIA+ students, community members, and friends. We give thanks for the UNM LGBTQ Resource Center for their advocacy and service to the whole UNM community. 🏳️‍🌈 Luther House is a Reconciling In Christ community which means we have made a public commitment to welcome, include and celebrate le***an, gay, bisexual, transgender, q***r, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people in partnership with ReconcilingWorks.

Timeline Photos 03/14/2021

Breonna Taylor was a beloved child of God. May the Spirit empower us to repent of and dismantle the systems that silence, oppress, and kill so many beloveds like her whose names are unknown to us.

Remembering the life of Breonna Taylor on this one-year anniversary of her death, we are also reminded of our struggles as a nation. We grieve the brokenness of the criminal justice system. We are tired and weary of the violence. We must stay committed to repenting of the sins of racism and dismantling white supremacy that continue to plague this church and our communities. #SayHerName #ELCAAdvocacy #ELCA

03/11/2021

Tonight we talked about the grammar of animacy from Potowatami author and botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer. What words do you use to refer to things in the natural world? 🌵🌱🌲🍃🌳🪴🌴🌾

Tonight we talked about the grammar of animacy from Potowatami author and botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer. What words do you use to refer to things in the natural world? 🌵🌱🌲🍃🌳🪴🌴🌾

03/08/2021

Happy International Women’s Day!

A woman’s place is in the pulpit!

On International Women’s Day, we give thanks for the powerful proclaimers of the Good News who happen to be women. The church is richer and stronger because of your gifts.

#internationalwomensday

An Important Update from Luther House 02/24/2021

An Important Update from Luther House

An Important Update from Luther House - https://mailchi.mp/e58ead554bb2/importantupdatefromlutherhouse

An Important Update from Luther House

02/17/2021

Join us tonight at 5pm for our worship service from our homes.

A blessed beginning to your Lenten journey.

02/14/2021

“Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and sustain in me a willing spirit.”
- Psalm 51:12

Join us for the beginning of Lent, the Christian season that leads up to Easter. We have “Ashes to go” kits that can be picked up at Luther House from 9am to 3pm. Pastor Bre can also deliver one if you aren’t on campus. Worship will be online at 5pm - let us prepare our hearts and minds for a Holy Lent.

“Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and sustain in me a willing spirit.”
- Psalm 51:12

Join us for the beginning of Lent, the Christian season that leads up to Easter. We have “Ashes to go” kits that can be picked up at Luther House from 9am to 3pm. Pastor Bre can also deliver one if you aren’t on campus. Worship will be online at 5pm - let us prepare our hearts and minds for a Holy Lent.

02/14/2021

He said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” - Matthew 22:37-40

Don’t forget on this #valentinesday: there are many forms of love! ♥️ Art by Introvert Doodles

He said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” - Matthew 22:37-40

Don’t forget on this #valentinesday: there are many forms of love! ♥️ Art by Introvert Doodles

02/11/2021

Tonight we had a really good discussion led by Niko. He walked us through imagining our relationship with God as if it were a room in our house. 🏠 Next week is Ash Wednesday worship at 5pm. If you need ashes to go delivered to you, let us know! 💜

Tonight we had a really good discussion led by Niko. He walked us through imagining our relationship with God as if it were a room in our house. 🏠 Next week is Ash Wednesday worship at 5pm. If you need ashes to go delivered to you, let us know! 💜

02/08/2021

No compline tonight — See you Wednesday and next Sunday! 🙏🏻

No compline tonight — See you Wednesday and next Sunday! 🙏🏻

02/03/2021

Tonight! Join us for our community conversation around abiding in grief, plus why February 2nd means candles and weather-predicting rodents. 🕯 5pm, over Zoom, there’s a space for you!

Tonight! Join us for our community conversation around abiding in grief, plus why February 2nd means candles and weather-predicting rodents. 🕯 5pm, over Zoom, there’s a space for you!

01/18/2021

In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King whose life we honor today, what can we DO to dismantle systems of oppression and injustice as people of faith?

Beloveds we know there is work to do in the world for equity, justice, and liberation. ReconcilingWorks is committed to learning and growing in how to be a part of the holy ministry of advocacy. If you and your community are looking for resources to support you check our resource page.
https://www.reconcilingworks.org/resources/injustice/
#rwks #lutherans4blm #q***rlutheran #lgbtqialutheran #MLKDay

01/15/2021

Spring 2021 is here! Starting next week, join us at Luther House for online programs now and in-person meetings later when it is safe to do so. All students and young adults are invited to join us. 🐺

Spring 2021 is here! Starting next week, join us at Luther House for online programs now and in-person meetings later when it is safe to do so. All students and young adults are invited to join us. 🐺

01/06/2021

St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Community

Join our partners St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Community online tonight at 5pm for worship on this night of Epiphany amid the chaos and violence in our nation.

Rise up and come to our help, merciful God, for we are in need. Our spirits are weighed down with fear; our bodies feel as fragile as the dust from which we came. All that we have trusted seems hidden from sight. Although this moment has come upon our nation, you have not forgotten us. We do not trust in our own power or strength, but in your steadfast love in every generation. Show us your face in this time of trial, remind us of your faithfulness, and save us for the sake of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

-All Creation Sings, p. 49, "A prayer for a time of civic distress"

Please join us at 5 PM (MST) to pray. On this holy feast day of the Epiphany, we must pray the light of Christ into our broken world. Given the violence today in DC, we must commit to hastening the reign of God in our world and centering ourselves in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

01/05/2021

Happy New Year! 🥳 We will be meeting online sometime next week to plan our Spring semester at Luther House - let us know when you can join us. Send us a message! ✉️

12/25/2020

May the Word that Mary brought to birth carry you into new and abundant life.

May the Word that Joseph cradled in his arms enfold you with love and strength.

May the Word that angels proclaimed in song bring harmony to our world.

And the blessing of almighty God, the Parent, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, be upon you and remain with you always. Amen.

Merry Christmas from Luther House!

12/23/2020

O Emmanuel

O come, O come, Emmanuel,
and ransom captive Israel,
That mourns in lonely exile here
until the Son of God appear.

12/22/2020

O Rex gentium

O come, O King of nations, come,
O Cornerstone that binds in one:
Refresh the hearts that long for you;
restore the broken, make us new.

12/21/2020

O Oriens

O come, O Dayspring, come and cheer;
O Sun of Justice, now draw near.
Disperse the gloomy clouds of night,
and death’s dark shadow put to flight.

12/20/2020

O Clavis David

O come, O key of David, come,
and open wide our heav’nly home;
Make safe the way that leads on high,
and close the path to misery.

12/19/2020

O Radix Jesse

O come, O Branch of Jesse,
free your own from Satan’s tyranny;
From depths of hell your people save,
and give them vict’ry o’er the grave.

12/18/2020

O Adonai

O come, O come, O Lord of might, as to your tribes on Sinai’s height In ancient times you gave the law in cloud, and majesty, and awe.

12/17/2020

O Sapientia

O come, O Wisdom from on high,
embracing all things far and nigh:
In strength and beauty come and stay;
teach us your will and guide our way.

12/16/2020

Join us as we walk through the last days of Advent using the “O Antiphons” — one of seven short chants originally sung at Vespers as responses to the Magnificat from December 17 to 23. The antiphons address the Messiah with various titles drawn from the Hebrew scriptures. Each day we will post the text from each antiphon and a quote to contemplate around that name as we wait, as we watch, and as we work for Christ to be born in us and all creation.

12/07/2020

Hey, all you preparing for, taking, and waiting for the results of your finals, this is for you! Your worthiness as a child of God cannot be diminished by your grades, your major, or your academic ability. You are beloved, full stop. We believe in you! 🐺📚✏️☕️💻

12/05/2020

Get cozy with Luther House! ☕️ Carols & Cheer is tomorrow - sign up now via Zoom and donate to get you own cup of cheer too. Link in comments! 🎄

12/01/2020

#GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. You can support Luther House and help us accompany young adults to make a place to belong. 🏠

Make your gift online now! https://www.lutherhousenm.org/support-luther-house.html

11/26/2020

Take time for gratitude today! 🥧

“I hold and believe that I am God’s creature, that is, that God has given me and constantly sustains my body, soul, and life, my members great and small, all my senses, my reason and understanding, and the like; my food and drink, clothing, nourishment, spouse and children, servants, house and farm, etc. Besides, God makes all creation help provide the benefits and necessities of life—sun, moon, and stars in the heavens; day and night; air, fire, water, the earth and all that it yields and brings forth; birds, fish, animals, grain, and all sorts of produce. Moreover, God gives all physical and temporal blessings—good government, peace, security.”
— Martin Luther, The Large Catechism, “Explanation to the First Article of the Apostles’ Creed”

11/20/2020

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance. 🕯 We mourn the 350+ trans people who have been killed worldwide. We as the church have been complicit in this violence perpetrated against these beloved children of God. Thank you to Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries for sharing this confession written by The Rev. Jay Wilson, member of the Proclaim community.
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Let us confess our sin in the presence of God and one another.
Gracious God, Have mercy on us.

We confess that we have turned from you and from your claimed people.

We have given ourselves to the powers of sin in division, bickering, bullying, isolation, hatred, fear and oppression.

We have sinned against you and your people in judgmental thoughts, careless words, and fearful deeds; by what we have said and done, and by what we have left undone.

We have left members of our community isolated and alone.
We have not confronted hatred and violence.

We have left our own privilege and sexism unexamined.

We have failed to notice and challenge gender oppression in, with, and under our racism, ageism, classism, ableism, sizism, binary thinking, and all the other ways we oppress.

We have turned away from hunger and poverty, turned our backs on the suffering of most of our world.

We have loved our own comfort more than we have loved others.
We have put our gender norms before our love for you and for our neighbors.

Turn us again toward you, bringing us into full relationship through your Spirit with all of our neighbors.

Forgive us, renew us, and lead us to walk in the ways of the table-turner, the oppression-healer and the community-builder. Let your Holy Spirit speak through us and guide us into community.

Amen.

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Transgender Day of Remembrance is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. In the past 12 months, 350 trans and gender-diverse people were reported killed globally. We mourn each life taken.

In honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, we’re sharing again this worship resource for congregations, written by Proclaim member, Rev. Jay Wilson.
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Let us confess our sin in the presence of God and one another.
Gracious God, Have mercy on us.

We confess that we have turned from you and from your claimed people.

We have given ourselves to the powers of sin in division, bickering, bullying, isolation, hatred, fear and oppression.

We have sinned against you and your people in judgmental thoughts, careless words, and fearful deeds; by what we have said and done, and by what we have left undone.

We have left members of our community isolated and alone.
We have not confronted hatred and violence.

We have left our own privilege and sexism unexamined.

We have failed to notice and challenge gender oppression in, with, and under our racism, ageism, classism, ableism, sizism, binary thinking, and all the other ways we oppress.

We have turned away from hunger and poverty, turned our backs on the suffering of most of our world.

We have loved our own comfort more than we have loved others.
We have put our gender norms before our love for you and for our neighbors.

Turn us again toward you, bringing us into full relationship through your Spirit with all of our neighbors.

Forgive us, renew us, and lead us to walk in the ways of the table-turner, the oppression-healer and the community-builder. Let your Holy Spirit speak through us and guide us into community.

Amen.

11/18/2020

Luther House resident Luis DeVargas has his senior recital today at 4pm. It will be live-streamed so anyone can enjoy this beautiful concert! https://www.youtube.com/c/unmmusic/live

Luis DeVargas senior viola recital wed 18 nov 2020 4p
at youtube.com/c/unmmusic/live from Keller Hall University of New Mexico works by Bach, Bridge, Bartok, Liszt, Mendoza, and Clarke

11/17/2020

✨ FYI With the current public health order in New Mexico and The University of New Mexico - UNM transitioning to all-remote learning, Pastor Bre will be working from home the rest of the Fall term, *but* she is available for conversation and support. Just send a text or message! ✨

11/12/2020

Now What? How Then?
Holding Sacred Space
for Faithfully Moving Forward

An interactive, Post-Election Liturgy on Zoom: Tomorrow, November 12, 2020 at 7 PM MST

Join us as we create sacred space with and for each other to Pray, Sing, Listen, Speak, Reflect, Discern, Meditate, and keep on moving forward to create communities of justice and peace following the elections

Facilitated by the Reverends Sylvia Miller-Mutia, Spencer Brown, & Jeanine Driscoll
Send a message to get the Zoom info! ✉️

11/05/2020

A Rice Krispy treat will not solve the problems of American politics, but maybe it will help you endure them. 🗳 Come hang out with Pastor Bre now until 1pm if you need a break from refreshing every 30 seconds. Also: get a free gift card for Smith’s! #linkinbio

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1805 Las Lomas Road NE
Albuquerque, NM
87106
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