Posts from 2023

Posts from 2023

Join Us for Christmas This Year!

All are welcome to these joyful Christmas celebrations: Attending via Zoom The December 24 and December 31 services will include Holy Communion, so please have your own bread and wine or grape juice ready if you would like to participate. To connect by computer or smartphone: Join Zoom Meeting by computer or smartphone:…

2023 Inkspot Published

The 2023 Inkspot, UniLu’s annual publication for members and alumni/ae, is in the mail! Here are links to stories mentioned in this issue. If you are a member or alum and don’t receive your copy, please email inkspot@unilu.org with your current mailing address. A Letter from Pastor Carrie The UniLu Bell Parish News Alumni/ae News

Ordination of Emmanuel Josué Correa Vázquez 

All are cordially invited to the ordination of Emmanuel Josué Correa Vázquez on Sunday, November 19 at 4 pm, taking place at University Lutheran Church, 66 Winthrop St., Cambridge, Mass. He has been called to House of Prayer Lutheran Church in Hingham, Mass.  Emmanuel received his B.A. in Hispanic…

November 19: Book Talk with Nora Lester Murad

Join us for a book talk by Nora Lester Murad on Sunday, November 19, 2023 at noon. Nora Lester Murad is a writer, educator, and activist whose most recent book is Ida in the Middle. She co-authored Rest in My Shade: A Poem About Roots, and edited I Found Myself in Palestine: Stories of Love and Renewal From Around the Globe. From a Jewish American family, Nora moved from…

Book Talk with Stephanie Saldaña

Join us on Sunday, September 17, 2023 at noon for a conversation with Stephanie Saldaña, who will speak about her book, What We Remember Will Be Saved: A Story of Refugees and the Things They Carry. Attend in person or by Zoom. About the book Journalist and scholar Stephanie Saldaña, who lived in Syria before the war, sets out on a journey across nine countries to meet…

Connecting During the Week

Join us for these regular in-person, Zoom, and hybrid activities! Mondays Mondays at 10 am: Qigong /Tai Chi for Health and Well-Being. UniLu member Cynthia Hanson invites you to join her via Zoom for gentle Qigong exercises and simple Tai Chi movements each Monday morning from 10 to 11 am. Nourish body, mind, and spirit while building strength and flexibility. If you…

In Memory of Paul Hanson

We give thanks for the life of Paul David Hanson, a longtime member of University Lutheran Church, who died on June 9, 2023. Paul was the Florence Corliss Lamont Professor of Divinity Emeritus at Harvard Divinity School; the former co-master of Harvard’s Winthrop House (with his wife, Cynthia Rosenberger); and the author of several influential books, including A…

Book Talk with Dr. Benjamin Chicka

The UniLu Book Talk Series continues with Dr. Benjamin Chicka after the 10:30 am worship service on Sunday, May 14, 2023. Ben is a Lecturer on Philosophy and Religion at Curry College and the author of Playing as Others: Theology, Video Games, and a Culture of Acceptance. (He is also the spouse of the Rev. Dr. Jessica Chicka, Director for International Student Ministry at…

In Memory of Harry Rothmann

We give thanks for the life of Harry Rothmann, a beloved member of the UniLu community, who died on March 28, 2023. He was two days away from his 88th birthday. Harry was a longtime member and congregational leader at University Lutheran, serving on the Church Council in the 1960s and 1970s, on the Board of Education from 1978 to 1980, on the Endowment Committee from 2007…

Join Us for Holy Week and Easter 2023

It’s here! Please join us for Holy Week (April 2-9, 2023) to honor the life of Jesus, remember his death, and rejoice in his resurrection. All services will be available both in person and on Zoom. Palm Sunday (April 2) Maundy Thursday (April 6) Good Friday (April 7) Holy Saturday (April 8) Easter (April 9)
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