Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
The St. Louis-based Lutheran Church Missouri Synod [LCMS] directs thousands of dollars in aid to fight Ebola in western Africa.
St. Louis-based Lutheran Church Missouri Synod has already sent $150,000 to the Lutheran Church in the Philippines to provide immediate assistance.
The denomination will honor the Scouts’ decision to allow gay members but will leave it up to each individual congregation to decide what to do next.
The Wittenberg Project, an outreach project in Germany, was backed by delegates attending the national convention of the St. Louis based Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
The Reverend Dr. Matthew Harrison calls this new accommodation for religious institutions that object to the contraception mandate a step in the right direction.
Ten Labrador Retrievers bought and trained by the Missouri Synod and Lutheran Church Charities are in Newtown this week providing a calming spirit to those in need.
St. Louis based church denomination hopes to raise $45 million in aid for Africa.