Back to School Blessings

The start of the new school year at Montana State is quickly approaching and Lutheran Campus Ministry is gearing up for all of the excitement that accompanies it! With that in mind, I wanted to both welcome you and introduce myself because I’m new to MSU as well.

My name is Annie Langseth and I have the privilege of serving as the LCM Intern Pastor for the 2016-2017 academic year. I arrived to Bozeman in July from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN for my pastoral internship as part of my seminary education. In addition to serving on campus, I also have the opportunity to serve as the vicar at Hope Lutheran Church. Hope is one of two area ELCA congregations, the other is Christ the King. If you’re13770302_10101893076561485_3138260573133658272_n (1) not already familiar with them, I would invite you to learn more about each as both congregations would love to welcome you to Bozeman!

Tomorrow I have the chance to help with Move-In Day at Johnstone Hall from 10:00 a.m. to noon and on Thursday and Friday, LCM will be tabling at Catapalooza from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. I’m excited to meet students at these events (and others during the course of the year), but you’ll also be able to spot me regularly in the SUB on Thursdays. So please feel free to introduce yourself as you see me out and about, or email me ( and we can schedule a time to meet for coffee. You can also keep in touch with what LCM at MSU is up to by joining our emailing list and following us on Facebook and Instagram.

I’m looking forward to the year ahead and all of the opportunities to work with students, staff, and faculty in addition to our congregations. And I’m especially interested in listening to what students are wanting and needing from LCM and supporting and fostering their own gifts to make those things comes to life. There are a lot of possibilities for what we can do and accomplish together!

Blessings to you as you embark on the adventure of a new school year. May it be an enriching, formative, positive experience! Please let me know how I might accompany you along the way.

-Annie Langseth

New Logo


Thanks to LCM Network for the new logo which  is rolling out nationwide. One dictionary definition of luminous is “full of or shedding light; bright or shining, especially in the dark.”  May we reflect the light of Christ in all that we do.

Abrahamic Reunion

Peacemakers of the Holy Land, a program by international religious and spiritual leaders

When: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Where: Bozeman, MT, Hope Lutheran Church (2152 Graf St, Bozeman)

Description: Buffet dinner will be served
The Abrahamic Reunion is a team of religious and spiritual leaders – men and women, Muslim, Jewish, Christina, and Druze – dedicated to uplifting human consciousness and building peace in the Holy Land.

Founded in 2004, the Abrahamic Reunion seeks to be a living example of our values and beliefs; to find and support other spiritual peace makers and organizations; to provide training for those interested in spiritual peacemaking; and to create and implement interfaith programs, celebrations, youth activities and other educational initiatives.

Sponsored & Generously Supported by:

MSU Diversity Awareness Office
Congregation Beth Shalom
Holy Rosary Catholic Church
First Presbyterian Church
Pilgrim Congregational (UCC) Church
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Bozeman
Christ the King Lutheran Church
St. James Episcopal Church
Christus Collegium
Hope Lutheran Church
Bozeman United Methodist Church
Islamic Center of Bozeman
Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association Wonderlust
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley
Lutheran Campus Ministry

Cost: Free
Contact: Tim Spring, 406-586-3172