Links from United Lutheran Church

Pastor Tom DoddHere's a small collection of links that may be of interest to Lutherans and other folks who use this site. A quick look around reveals that there are hundreds of related Web sites out there -- we haven't tried to be comprehensive, but if we're missing an obvious link, please let us know. The presence of a link on this page doesn't mean that the site it links to is endorsed by the congregation or leadership of United Lutheran Church. Please send a note to the webmaster if you encounter problems with any of these links, or if you want to add a link that you think other users will find useful.

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  • United Lutheran Church has a Facebook page that contains a variety of news and tidbits.
  • United Lutheran Church has a YouTube page with videos and music from our services.
  • "In The Year Of Our Lord" is a collection of original songs, hymns, canons, and Psalms. This page has a sampling of pieces from the collection, with ready-to-print PDF files for use in worship.
  • United Lutheran Church educators maintain an education calendar that is used to schedule and coordinate education-oriented activities, though the calendar will likely be dormant during COVID restrictions.
  • The home page of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) contains links to an assortment of useful resources.
  • The website for the Oregon Synod of the ELCA has regional church news and a variety of resources.
  • Augsburg Fortress is the publishing house of the ELCA.
  • Living Lutheran offers a daily blend of stories, culture, and community centered around what it means to "live Lutheran."
  • Camp Lutherwood is an outdoor ministry of the Lutheran Congregations of Oregon and Southwest Washington that serves the congregations in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and other Lutheran congregations.
  • Southtowne Living Center is an Alzheimer's and dementia care facility with a support group that meets at United.
  • Habitat for Humanity invites people of all backgrounds, races, and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need.
  • FOOD for Lane County solicits, collects, rescues, grows, prepares and packages food for distribution throughout Lane County with a network of social service agencies and programs. They aim to eliminate hunger in Lane County through public awareness, education and community advocacy.