Michael Meyer
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The Rev. Michael Meyer is the manager, LCMS Disaster Response, the disaster response and human care ministry of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS). In this role, Meyer assists with the church’s response to natural and man-made disasters occurring domestically and internationally. He works with LCMS districts and congregations, LCMS Recognized Service Organizations and external relief organizations to implement the church’s immediate and long-term response to help people in the aftermath of disastrous events. Among Meyer’s responsibilities are oversight of the LCMS District Disaster Response Program, in which he works with volunteer District Disaster Response Coordinators (DDRCs) to ensure ongoing disaster-readiness training and preparation among LCMS districts, congregations, international staff and partner churches worldwide.

Hurricane Matthew Update

Curious about what Lutherans have been doing in the Carolinas since Hurricane Matthew? Look no further.

Urgent Call for Volunteers!

Recent flooding in the greater Baton Rouge, LA area has left local responders looking for outside help. Thousands of homes have been flooded, including several hundred that are owned by LCMS members. The need for volunteers has never been greater!

The Value of Gift Cards

Even though sending used clothes sounds like the ‘easy’ way to help, gift cards can be an incredibly effective way to give real physical assistance to an individual or a family.

Behind the Scenes with LCMS Disaster Response

As visits are made in the wake of disaster, the mercy and love of Christ are brought again to those who are suffering.