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Lutheran High School Student News

THE LUHI ROAR

THE LUHI ROAR

Lutheran High School Student News

THE LUHI ROAR

LuHi Student, Alex Schultz Accepted into the Air Force Academy
LuHi Student, Alex Schultz Accepted into the Air Force Academy
Stella Bertsch, Writer • April 12, 2024
LuHi students pose with the children  they were serving on their Mexico mission trip
LuHi Missions Team Takes a Trip to Mexico
Hailey Berge, Yearbook Editor in Chief • April 8, 2024
LuHi Begins to offer Mental Health Services in the Counseling Office.
LuHi Begins to offer Mental Health Services in the Counseling Office.
Lauren Larson, Editor in Chief • April 8, 2024
LuHi’s Seniors Showcase: Frankenstein
LuHi’s Senior's Showcase: Frankenstein
Zissel Krett, Writer • April 8, 2024
Rebekah Jacob, who plays Dolly Levi, sings with flourish.
Hello Dolly! is a whirlwind of colors, love, and pure joy.
Lauren Larson, Editor in Chief • March 7, 2024

Students Worship Together During Refuge

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Lutheran High School values a close relationship with God and one of the most important parts of Lutheran is the worship that is done together. Refuge is one of the ways that the students of Lutheran High School can worship with a similar group of students.

Refuge is hosted periodically on Sunday nights at Lutheran, along with a close knit group of students who form a Refuge class. This class discusses topics about God that many people struggle with. Plus, this group dives deeper into their relationships with God. This class is one of the newest additions to Lutheran.

The second part of Refuge are the periodic meetings. Senior, Rebekah Jacob, is in the worship band that performs at Refuge. “I think that Refuge is a really cool thing for people who don’t necessarily go to youth groups or the people who do, but not with people who go to Lutheran,” she says, “It’s just a really cool experience.” The people that attend the Sunday night activity experience a mix of worship, small groups, and a message from a teacher, guest speaker, or students. These messages relate to the struggles that we go through as teenagers as well as being Christians in a non-Christian world. The Lutheran community is very important and hearing these messages surrounded by people who believe what you believe is what makes Refuge so great.

The last part of Refuge is the worship band. There are two bands run by two different students. The bands alternate Sunday nights to perform. The bands sing 2-4 songs on average and students seem to connect to them. “It’s a group of people who believe in Jesus, who love Jesus, and it is just a small community. We don’t have a big group of people. It’s more just a small group of people worshiping together,” Jacob says, “In chapel, there are people who don’t really want to be there, but at Refuge, everyone is choosing to be there and is in the moment.”

Refuge is a place for people to come together and worship with others who want to deepen their connection with Jesus. Refuge is more than just a school activity, it is a place for people to connect with their community.

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About the Contributor
Hailey Berge, Yearbook Editor in Chief
Hailey Berge is the Editor in Chief of the Lutheran yearbook staff. She is in 12th grade This is her first year writing for the Roar. In her free time, Hailey likes to do photography and go hiking or camping.