Luther House – on the second floor of First Trinity Church – is a place of relaxation, recreation, and living in God’s Word. Part of the original First Trinity Campus, the heart of Luther House is the great room. Dominated by a large hearth and gothic architecture, this room has been renovated to be a comfortable space for relaxation, study, discussion, watching movies or TV, listening to the radio, and small gatherings. The great room also includes a private study carrel.
Adjacent to the great room, the main auditorium provides facilities for foosball, ping-pong, billiards, darts, shuffleboard, film screenings, theatrical productions, instrumental practice, and the occasional jam session. Also adjoining the great room, a full kitchen is available for student use. Outside there is a basketball half-court and plenty of room for the volleyball net to be set up.
Luther House is the home of LSF and ISM. Our dinners are held here and we participate in the regular services of First Trinity Church. Bible Study and Evening Prayer is especially a time for us to stop in the middle of a hectic week and gather to be in God’s Word, pray, and give thanks to our Lord Jesus Christ.
Luther House is regularly open as announced each semester with expanded hours during exam weeks. Permission for special study, social, or practice hours may be obtained easily from one of the pastors. Call for current hours or watch campus bulletin boards & e-mails for postings. You are always welcome here! Welcome home!