Lutheran Campus Ministry at Holy Trinity
Our congregation was founded over 50 years ago to serve the needs of students at the University of North Carolina. Although we have grown to include ministries for all people in the community, Lutheran Campus Ministry remains a central focus of our outreach efforts.
There are two key ways in which congregational members can actively support Lutheran Campus Ministry. First, one can cook a meal for the students on Wednesday night. This act of service provides students who are away from home with an opportunity to eat a home-cooked meal. It involves preparing a simple meal for 50 – 60 people. The students chip in a couple of dollars apiece for the meal, so the costs of preparing the food are reimbursed. It is a great way to meet some of the students and to minister to them. Second, one can provide exam snacks. During the exam period, the Campus Center is open for students to come to relax or study. By signing up for one of the exam days, you are offering to bring some kind of snack that day. Items offered in the past have been trail mix, coffee cake, sticky buns, brownies, bags of apples, and so forth.
HTLC / LCM Endowment Fund