Do you have questions about your spiritual life?
Are you looking for a place where you can come to your own conclusions about your faith and life – not someone else?
Are you interested in meeting with other college students wrestling with the same questions as you?
You are invited!
“LECM is an inclusive, supportive, and safe Christian community at Temple University. We seek to continue Christ’s ministry by being socially- engaged, thinking, and missional in the world.”
- LECM Student Leaders
LECM: The Lutheran Episcopal Campus Ministry is a religious group at Temple University. Students meet weekly for fellowship discussion about Christian faith and spirituality. It’s a laid back discussion which attracts students from a variety of religious backgrounds. You don’t have to be Lutheran or Episcopal to come – just bring an open mind and a willingness to think about Christian faith. Did we mention, free pizza is included? Afterwards we close the day with a quiet evening service.
The ministry is student driven. Many students have become close friends through the ministry. Over the course of the semester we do a variety of social events and events on campus. We also take road trips – going on retreats and to local and national conferences designed just for Lutheran and Episcopal college students.
In addition, the chaplain is always available to talk for a variety of pastoral concerns (from stress to faith struggles). E-mail her at email@example.com with any questions.
Lutheran Episcopal Campus Ministry is a religious group funded by the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Lutheran Synod and supported by The Church of the Advocate. Rev. Renee McKenzie-Hayward also serves as the Vicar of The Church of the Advocate.