Living Faith Through Community, Dialogue & Service

Emmaus Campus Ministry at the University of Montana

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  • 2015 Spring Break Service Trip to Portland, Oregon.
    2015 Spring Break Service Trip to Portland, Oregon.
  • We've been to San Francisco, Alberta, Vancouver, New Orleans and Portland!
    We've been to San Francisco, Alberta, Vancouver, New Orleans and Portland!
  • Vancouver, Spring 2014.
    Vancouver, Spring 2014.
  • We live our faith through serving others, regularly volunteering around our community.
    We live our faith through serving others, regularly volunteering around our community.
  • During worship we blend innovation with tradition.
    During worship we blend innovation with tradition.
  • From sailing to floating to camping to skiing, we like our weekend retreats!
    From sailing to floating to camping to skiing, we like our weekend retreats!
  • Every year we take a service learning spring break trip.  Learn more about how you can join us and earn credits!
    Every year we take a service learning spring break trip. Learn more about how you can join us and earn credits!
  • Vancouver, Spring 2014
    Vancouver, Spring 2014
  • Summer 2015 we led a People, Land and Theology class in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
    Summer 2015 we led a People, Land and Theology class in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
  • Enjoying the view at Discovery Ski Area during our Winter Retreat.
    Enjoying the view at Discovery Ski Area during our Winter Retreat.
  • Sledding fun during our Winter Retreat.
    Sledding fun during our Winter Retreat.
Emmaus Campus Ministry was recently awarded a $100,000 grant by the Lilly Foundation! As our grants and other funding continue to be dynamic, we are extremely grateful for this funding, which will be used the next five years, to support our new Leadership, Faith and Social Action program and internships.

Engaging young adults to find their place & purpose in life.

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Upcoming Events

The Table

Every Sunday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, at Emmaus House  | Share a home-cooked, delicious meal and conversation on faith, life and social justice. 

(Starts January 31)


Dinner Church

Wednesday, February 3, 24, March 9 

6pm, at Emmaus House, 532 University Ave

Serving up ancient practices, contemporary issues and great food. 


Understanding our Muslim Neighbors

Wednesday, February 17, March 2 & 16 

6-7:30 pm, at Emmaus House, 532 University Ave

In this three-part seminar we will seek to understand Islam and Muslim culture in America and the world. (Includes soup and bread supper)


Winter Retreat 

February 26-28 at a cabin by Seeley Lake

Some of us will run the Snow-Joke half marathon and some will go cross country skiing or ice fishing. Cost is $25 for the weekend. Contact Pastor John for more information or to let him know you'd like to join!


Spring Break Service Trip

April 1 - 10, San Francisco, California

Caring for neighbors and exploring diversity, culture, homelessness, racism, GLBTQ issues, alternative worship, and God. Cost is $200 plus some meals and expenses. Honors credit available. Contact Pastor John ASAP if interested. Our initial pre-trip meeting will be in early March.


Emmaus Intern Leadership Initiative

Emmaus invites students and young adults to be part of an internship program that will include leadership development, vocational discernment, spiritual and theological grounding, mutual support and service to others.  This group will meet weekly under the guidance of our campus pastor and other faith and community leaders.  (with possible UM credits)

Potential internships include coordinator positions for the following programs:  Dinner Church, Dinner and Discussion group, resident life, outreach worship team, interfaith events, faith and climate change working group, Friends in Need, and student outreach on campus.  We are also working with partner congregations to develop congregational interns who might work in various areas. Please let Pastor Lund know if you have a potential internship possibility.

Emmaus Campus Ministry is an open and empowering ministry sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)

in partnership with the Episcopal Church and the United Church of Christ and is welcoming of all!