Here are all the ways to keep up with convention proceedings no matter where you are.
Floor Committees gathered at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis June 9–12 to begin their service for the 2023 Synod convention.
Unlike public schools in the U.S., Dominican schools are welcoming of Christian education.
The goal of the 2023–2026 LCMS National Offering is to produce meaningful Lutheran resources in other languages so that all may read, hear and speak the Good News of Christ crucified.
Set Apart to Serve, the LCMS church work recruitment initiative, will have a significant and visible presence at this summer’s Synod convention in Milwaukee.
Faithful Lutherans in Australia signed a “Letter of Confession” holding to Holy Scripture and rejecting women’s ordination.
The Day of Thanksgiving took place May 5 at the LCMS International Center in St. Louis.
The free, downloadable study is about the importance of keeping the Gospel front and center in all we do as the church.
On Nov. 8, 2022, the Concordia University Texas Board of Regents voted to separate CTX from Synod governance.
The Rev. Daniel M. Galchutt serves as executive director of the LCMS Office of National Mission, and the Rev. Michael N. Frese serves as deputy director of LCMS Church Relations—Office of the President.