The Wittenberg Living Learning Community (LLC) is designed to emphasize the University's Lutheran Missouri Synod heritage for students who are interested in broadening their understanding of the Church and the discipleship. The Wittenberg LLC provides an opportunity to deepen your commitment to Christ by learning about and practicing spiritual disciplines within the context of a community.
Through participation in discussions, prayer, academic and social activities, key note speakers, shared meals with peers and faculty, and regular interactions with the Campus Pastor; you can explore your faith and find support in your desire to be more spiritually connected on campus in meaningful ways. The Wittenberg LLC setting is ideal for students are considering ministry within the Lutheran Church as a future calling.
Learning Goals and Objectives
As a result of student's participation in the Wittenberg Living Learning Community, the student will achieve the following goals:
- Explain the heritage, traditions, and faith practices of the Lutheran Church.
- Establish academic and social connections with other students in the LLC or leaders of the Lutheran Church by participating in the LLC events.
- Interact in positive ways with other members of the LLC.
- Discuss ideas from events, discussions, or classes with other LLC students or faculty.
- Interact with the LLC faculty in formal (e.g. office hours) and/or informal venues.
- Discuss differences openly.
The Campus Pastor along with the Resident Assistant will initiate and sponsor all formal and informal programs within the Wittenberg Living Learning Community including:
- Small, mixed gender discipleship groups and Bible Study.
- Communal meals with LCMS Theology professors and other faculty.
- Educational and Recreational Programs.
- Common community prayer and worship times.
- Opportunities to serve in the greater Orange County Area.
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