Omaha-Creighton NeLCM

Rev. H Ashley Hall, PHD, Campus Pastor

Nebraska Lutheran Campus Ministry serves to connect people to Christ, so they may discover their own calling as disciples. Our ministry sites are located among 11 colleges and universities all across Nebraska! Our campuses include Chadron State College, University of Nebraska Kearney, Hastings College, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Southeast Community College Beatrice, Peru State College, Midland University Fremont, Northeast Community College Norfolk, Wayne State College, Creighton University and University of Nebraska Omaha. Please take a moment to share with us who you know from your congregation or community that we could “connect” to? STUDENT REFERRAL FORM

About Us

Lutheran Campus Ministry at Creighton is a pan-Lutheran effort to help students identify and meet their needs for worship, community, and service. The group is sponsored by Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church (ELCA).

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The Campus Ministry Mission reflects the identity of this church which is defined by the historic mission to make Christ known to persons and places beyond itself. The college and university campus is one of those critical places where this church is challenged to find its voice in witness to God’s saving work. With an emphasis on truth, discovery, creativity, and personal growth, the campus is a primary context for proclaiming, hearing, and living out the gospel. The interaction of this church and higher education provides for inspired education and informed faith. The search for truth and all its implications is a godly vocation and a gift of the Spirit. It springs from the very heart of Lutheran identity. The campus Ministry mission shapes the ministries of the church wide organization, synods, ACMAs, and CMAs as each engages in campus ministry.

Campus Ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

invites people in academic settings more deeply into Jesus Christ and the community that bears his name, so that they may discover and fulfill their vocation as disciples.