Are you a college student, graduate student, young professional, or just generally love hanging out with sub-30-year-olds? Do you love (free) food? Then we’d love for you to join the Campus and Young Adults group at First Lutheran Church! Make connections that matter at weekly Bible study, weekly worship services, and monthly meetups.

We hope, above all else, that you connect with Christ at First Lutheran. We’re a diverse and talented church that combines powerful bible-based teaching with dynamic worship from the rich Lutheran tradition. Come connect with the Church so that you can fully participate in the mission of Christ!


Sunday Bible study and lunch (AKA free food + Jesus)

When? Every Sunday!

What time? 9:40 – 10:50 am OR 12:40 – 2:00 pm. You pick which time works best for you!

Where? In the CYA room! Go down the stairs at the back of the sanctuary. We’ll be in the first room on your right!

Every Sunday, join us in the church basement for a time of Bible study, fellowship, and food. Together, we explore biblical passages, themes, and history. This spring, we’re working through Paul’s letter to the Galatians. It was Luther’s favorite book of the Bible, and for good reason. It’s a very encouraging letter that gets to the heart of what it means to be justified through faith in Jesus Christ. We’ll spend our Sunday studies working slowly through Galatians, paying particular attention to how it affects our daily lives as young people.

Plus, on special Sundays this semester, we’ll have a panel where you can ask some of our resident theologians your burning questions about faith, Christian living, the Bible, and God. Let’s see if we can stump them! The dates for the “Ask a Theologian” panels are February 4, March 11, April 15, and May 13.

NOTE: On “Ask a Theologian” Sundays, we’ll only meet at 12:40. There will not be Bible study at 9:40 on those Sundays.


Monthly meetups, spring semester 2018

One Saturday per month, we meet for fellowship (and food!). Come experience a few hours free from the stresses of school and work. Please reach out to us by clicking one of our pictures below for more information about any of these events.

January 20th: Movie night at FLC. 6 – 9 pm.

February 10th: Tubing at Gunstock Mountain in NH. 3:45 – 10 pm.

March 24th: BLW Dinner. 4 – 8 pm.

April 14th: Hiking at Quincy Quarries. 3 – 6 pm.

May 5th: End-of-year party! 6 – 9 pm.


Connect with us!

Join our Facebook group for updates on upcoming events, prayer requests, and life in general.

Follow First Lutheran Church on Facebook to stay in the know with the whole congregation.

Join our Meetup group for details about upcoming Bible studies and events.

Join our email list to get a weekly newsletter with encouragement, reminders about upcoming events, and a Bible verse to help you through your week.

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Want to connect with one of us individually? Click on one of our pictures below!


Faces to know



Greetings in Christ! I’m Pastor Ingo Dutzmann. I usually lead the Sunday Bible studies. And I love connecting with new faces. I’m brimming with joy in Jesus, puns, and true compassion for the young people at First Lutheran Church.







Hi there! I’m Nik Locker. You’ll see me every once in a while as I lead Sunday Bible studies when pastor’s unavailable. I have a passion for pointing others to Christ, I love any and all food, and I have a genuine desire for young adults to get plugged into the New England church community.







Hello! I’m Laura Grundeman. I’m assisting with campus engagement for the 2017 – 2018 school year as part of the Lutheran Young Adult Corps. I’m around most Sundays, helping with set up and serving food. I hope to make Boston a home away from home for college students, see Christ glorified, and make all the paper cranes.







Hey-o! I’m Sarabeth Marcello. I’m assisting with campus engagement for the 2017 – 2018 school year as part of the Lutheran Young Adult Corps. I’m around most Sundays—and usually in charge of desserts, so fire any requests my way! I find joy in connecting 1-on-1 with others, baking, and what it means to be redeemed in Christ as a church body.