The Synod partnered with the LCMS Florida-Georgia District and Zion Lutheran Church in Fort Myers, Fla., to host three one-week volunteer deployments.
Mission boards look to convention
The LCMS Boards for International and National Mission met in January and February in St. Louis.
LCMS groups respond to Selma tornado
The Jan. 12 tornado was part of a larger storm system that affected dozens of counties in Alabama and Georgia.
Oldest historically black LCMS church in Mississippi destroyed by arson
The church traces its beginning to the 1930s.
Lutheran Early Response Team: ‘Going the distance’ in a disaster
Volunteers are still needed to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
LERT volunteers help with hurricane cleanup
A team began working out of Lakeside Lutheran Church in Venice, Fla., on Monday, Oct. 10.
Hurricane Ian supply distribution begins
The first shipments of supplies have begun arriving at Zion Lutheran Church in Fort Myers, Fla.
Volunteers needed in Florida
A Lutheran Early Response Team camp at Zion Lutheran Church in Fort Myers, Fla., will be up and running soon.
‘God is still here’: Response to Hurricane Ian continues
LCMS Disaster Response is mounting a full-scale response in conjunction with the affected districts, district disaster response coordinators and the Synod’s Lutheran Early Response Team network.
LCMS response to Hurricane Ian underway
The response includes a center of operations at Zion Lutheran Church in Fort Myers, Fla.
LCMS Disaster Response: Proclaiming the Gospel at all times
As Hurricane Ian continues its path of destruction, damage assessment begins.
Relief efforts begin after Hurricane Fiona
Early reports from LAC missionaries confirm the impact of this storm on communities struggling to recover from previous storms.
LCMS pastor cares for first responders after Amtrak derailment
The train, which was carrying 275 passengers and 12 crew members, derailed in Mendon, Mo., about 100 miles northeast of Kansas City.
Rebuilt seminary dedicated in Nagercoil, India
The dedication took place less than five years after the campus was destroyed by Cyclone Ockhi.