Lutheran Church Extension Fund and Concordia Plan Services offer information for Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod congregations, workers and Recognized Service Organizations regarding financial help during the coronavirus pandemic.
On April 2, the U.S. Small Business Administration confirmed that tax-exempt nonprofits such as churches are eligible to apply.
As part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the LCMS will use Soldiers of the Cross as one means to continue to assist LCMS church workers and their families.
The event, organized by the Coalition for Life–St. Louis, saw its largest turnout ever in 2020.
The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, brings a message of encouragement and joy to the church during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Rev. Dr. Herbert C. Mueller Jr. died March 21.
To abide by social distancing guidelines, many LCMS churches are offering online-only services.
The Rev. Dr. Gary M. Arp died on March 12. He was 85.
The tornadoes touched ground in Tennessee during the night and morning hours of March 2 and 3.
The Rev. Sean Daenzer will also serve as chaplain at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
The Rev. Roy S. Askins formerly served as communications manager for the LCMS Asia Region.
The issue covers topics such as fasting in modern times, avoiding abuses of fasting and the biblical background of fasting.
The LCMS is closely monitoring the situation to provide the best possible information and counsel to staff and missionaries who may be in areas of increased risk.
The new developments will serve people with disabilities as well as adults of all abilities who are 55 and older.
The recipient of the LEA’s highest honor, the Christus Magister award, is Charles (Chuck) Winterstein, assistant to the superintendent of schools for the LCMS Michigan District.