What We Do

What does our “Life Together” entail?

Evening Prayer:  Sundays @ 5:30 pm in the York Room of Duke Divinity 
Come be fed spiritually in Word and Sacrament, and physically in the free home-cooked meal that follows. ALL are welcome! 

Fellowship Lunches: Wednesdays between 11:30-1:30 @ West Union  
Bring some friends and join Duke Lutherans at The Skillet. Bonus: Duke Lutherans picks up the tab every other week!

Bible Study: Mondays from 7-8 pm in the York Room of Duke Divinity 
All undergrads–Lutheran or not–are warmly welcome each week. Come as you are, find community, ask hard questions, and explore how your story is part of God’s story. 

Durham Pub Theology: First Thursday of every month at Pour Taproom in downtown Durham from 7-8:15 pm
At Martin Luther’s famous “Table Talks,” Marty and friends would gather at a table for lively theological conversation. We do the same at Pub Theology, a monthly ecumenical gathering for grad students and young adults in the Durham community. Past topics have included Faith + Doubt, Faith + Gender, Faith + Food, Faith + Consumerism, Faith + Suffering, and Faith + Phones, among others. Check out our facebook page for upcoming events. Questions, doubts, and a desire to discuss are the only requirements. 

Tutoring: Tuesdays from 7:30-9 pm at Pilgrim UCC 
Duke Lutherans doesn’t just happen on campus…it happens in the neighborhood! Join us for tutoring each week, where tutors are paired with a student (K-12) from Durham Public Schools. Bonus: Speak Spanish? Most of the students are from the Latino community. Don’t speak Spanish? That’s OK too. You just might pick up a word or two along the way!

Seminarian Support: Navigating the Lutheran ordination process? Or perhaps feeling called to ministry? Duke Lutherans provides ongoing support and monthly fellowship lunches at the Divinity School CafĂ©. Contact our Divinity School Ambassador, Julie Tonnesen, to learn more.

 

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