Young Adults of UniLu are organizing Storytelling Nights: monthly evenings of food, fellowship, and storytelling.
Once a month, we join for dinner and casual conversation outdoors on the lawn before settling in to hear stories from each other (original or borrowed) on a topic. In June the topic was “change, transition, and evolutions,” and last month stories related to “a time when you faced a fork in the road of your life and the path you took.”
Throughout the month of August, we invite you to reflect on your ancestors, and to think of one whose story speaks to you in some way. We’ll meet August 31, 6:30pm at University Lutheran. For more information see http://www.universitylutheran.church/storytelling.html
You can bring a story, improvise a story, or just come to listen to others’ stories. All are welcome, so feel free to bring friends.
During the academic year, we take time every week to gather together, share a meal, and converse. Historically, we’ve done this Tuesday nights, around 5:30 to 7:00pm. Right now during the summer, our faith community of students is meeting, reflecting, and planning what themes and units we wish to guide our discussions in 2017-2018. We’ll add those choices soon!
Coming soon! (for academic year 2017-2018)
- regular Bible study / reading group
- mentor program