Lutheran Campus Ministry

Are you an MTU student looking for Community? A place to question and grow spiritually? Lutheran Campus Ministry exists to provide not only a safe and welcoming place, but one which creatively and bravely engages life's challenges.

What's happening this year? 

Come for a hike and explore what LCM might be about this year.

Meet at Good Shepherd at 5, returning at 6:30 or 7 (you choose).

Dinner provided. 

Sign up Here:

GSLC congregation hosts MTU students for free brats/hotdogs/veggie burgers and all the good potluck sides. All are invited! 

Cooked by students, for students. Always homemade, always free.

1100 College Ave -- Good Shepherd community room

Under development: 

Whatever your religious background or creed, conservative or liberal, introvert or extrovert, city person or country person, engineer or English major, queer or straight, questioning or certain, there’s a place for you here. Though it says “Lutheran” in our name, you don’t have to be Lutheran (or even know anything about church) to get involved.  

For up to date events see our FB page or reach out to Pr. Sarah directly:

Diversity & Inclusion

In 2018, our congregation initiated a diversity and inclusion initiative which aims to extend our internal culture of respect and participation to our broader community. This was our means of living out our charge to “Respond to human need, work for justice and peace, care for the sick and the suffering, and participate responsibly in society." This has included a range of activities  over the past few years from leading discussions on race, helping start the local Keweenaw Faiths United group, supporting the Indigenous People's Day Campaign at Michigan Tech, helping celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day, marching for the rights of all, and many others.

Doctrine of Discovery

Our Northern Great Lakes Synod which declared the year from May 2020 to May 2021 as a time of reflection, education, and conversation within our congregations and church communities regarding the historical content of the Doctrine of Discovery and the impact it has had and continues to have on the indigenous peoples of this continent. 

For more information about the doctrine and our efforts, check our our info page here.

Habitat for Humanity

Good Shepherd covenants with Copper Country Habitat for Humanity to commit financial and human resources in the following ways: