Welcome to the University Lutheran Chapel, where “You Are Home.” We live in the grace that Jesus Christ freely gives as we strive to share the light of Christ with the UCLA community. We are Christians who worship Jesus Christ and share His love with our campus and community.
The mission of the University Lutheran Chapel is to be a home to discover and experience belonging in Christ.
Campus ministry at the University Lutheran Chapel (ULC) is built around creating a home away from home for UCLA students, where they are free to study, explore, and strengthen their faith in an environment where they feel supported and loved during one of the most important transitional periods in their lives.
The members of ULC are a family, and like any family, it’s the people that really matter! There are several people who play important roles in the Chapel. Take a look at the amazing people that keep ULC going.
The University Lutheran Chapel celebrated it’s 50th anniversary in October 2015. The last fifty years has consisted of a rich and wonderful history. Check out some of the details of the Chapel’s history here.
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod
We are an LCMS (Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod) congregation. For more information about the LCMS, you can visit the official LCMS website at www.LCMS.org. A useful introduction to the LCMS can be found here, and general FAQS (including statements of doctrine and official views, found under their respective tabs) are posted here. The LCMS mission statement is:
In grateful response to God’s grace and empowerment by the Holy Spirit through Word and Sacraments, the mission of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod is to vigorously make known the love of Christ by Word and deed within our churches, communities, and the world.