"Cal Lutheran gives you the opportunity to openly explore different beliefs and perspectives. We are encouraged to question a lot, even in the religion courses. It's important to our professors that we think critically."


Kacey Brackney, class of 2006
Colorado

Offices and Resources

Resources for Students: The Office of Campus Ministry

Through its commitment to nurture, grow and challenge, Campus Ministry provides faith development and leadership opportunities through fellowship, worship and service.

Resources for Congregations: The Office of Church Relations

To strengthen and maintain strong relationships between Cal Lutheran and Lutheran congregations, Church Relations offers resources to pastors, lay leaders and student-oriented leadership programs.

Cal Lutheran's Interfaith Council

Cal Lutheran's Interfaith Council consists of clergy from diverse faith traditions who encourage ecumenical conversations on campus and contribute to the spiritual development of students.

Segerhammar Center for Faith and Culture

In an effort to foster open communication and spawn understanding, the Center strives to build bridges between the faith communities, academic theorists and those in professional life.

Gerhard and Olga J. Belgum Chair in Lutheran Confessional Theology

Named for a beloved pastor and his wife, both advocates of Cal Lutheran, this inaugural endowed chair insures that Lutheran scholarship and heritage will remain strong and relevant at the University.


Cal Lutheran's Church Affiliation

Cal Lutheran is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). A member of the Lutheran World Federation, a community of Lutheran churches in 72 countries, the ELCA was formed in 1988 by the union of three North American Lutheran church bodies. The ELCA strongly promotes working in ecumenical ministries and projects.

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