coronavirus

Financial concerns for churches in the coronavirus crisis

Those who have been blessed materially have been blessed by the Lord to be a blessing, especially in a time of crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic.

Giving offerings to my congregation in difficult times

During the coronavirus pandemic, our worship offerings must continue for our Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod congregations to survive and thrive.

Livestream your church service today

You just learned that you need to start livestreaming your church services immediately. You have no budget, no equipment, no plan. But you have a smartphone. This tutorial will show you a quick, easy and cheap way to start livestreaming right away.

An open letter to LCMS contributors about COVID-19

Continue to pray for an end to the coronavirus pandemic, for the provision of effective care to those infected or afraid, and for those providing care.

What your church can do right now in response to COVID-19

Especially during the coronavirus pandemic, congregations should demonstrate good stewardship of the gifts the Lord has given them.

President Harrison comments on government recommendations

In light of government recommendations, we trust our great clergy and laypeople to make appropriate decisions regarding worship.

A message from LCMS President Matthew C. Harrison amid the coronavirus pandemic

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” (Ps. 46:1).

LCMS president’s message and resources for coronavirus pandemic

Tips and encouragement for LCMS congregations and individuals as they respond to COVID-19.

Read Luther’s letter about plague

Download and read Luther’s letter about the deadly plague.

Coronavirus: Nothing new about disease … or the need for the Gospel

Through your faithful witness during a public health crisis, it is possible that people in your life will repent and receive the healing that only Jesus can provide.

When one can’t flee the plague

Christ’s death paid the price for your sins so that even though you “patiently await” physical death, you wait with the hope of the resurrection.

Synod monitoring coronavirus news; missionaries safe

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.