Tending our community.
We are here to provide opportunities for worship and connection, even though it looks different.
The Office of Campus Ministry is temporarily suspending in person gatherings in order to support efforts to reduce transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Community is one of the most sacred gifts that God has given us. As a community, it is important to practice all forms of care for our neighbor. Today, we are being asked to care for our neighbors from a distance.
We are committed to making sure that our community can connect with one another by video, phone, email, and social media. Shifting from in person to online communication will be an adjustment. It will probably feel awkward and we may not do it perfectly, but we will do it together as a community.
We value you and want to journey with you as we discover new ways of gathering and engaging our faith.
We are also committed to robust conversations and clear actions to more deeply become anti-racist. This is not easy work considering the history of Cal Lutheran. Rather, this is essential work in drafting a new narrative for our future.
We don't do what we do alone. We are anchored in a formidable understanding of community. While self-care may seem right, self-care is best done as community care. To that end, the Office of Campus Ministry is committed to tending the whole of the community.
We value you and want to journey with you as we discover new ways of gathering and engageing our faith.
The theme for summer 2020-2021 is "Power. Privilege. Presence." View the Chapel schedule or watch previous worship services.
Get involved by joining us in a number of events throughout the year. View our calendar to see what's coming up.
We offer a wide range of worship opportunities so everyone who chooses to participate can feel comfortable.