The LCMS Council of Presidents met Nov. 14–16.
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.
Rockey elected to first term in Florida-Georgia District
The Rev. James H. Rockey had previously served as the district’s second vice-president.
Hurricane Michael strikes LCMS congregations in Florida
After Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida on Oct. 10, LCMS World Relief and Human Care Disaster Response is partnering with the LCMS Southern and Florida–Georgia districts to provide long-term relief.
Hurricane Michael affects churches, members in Florida
The Category 4 storm was the strongest the area has ever seen.
Hurricane Michael strikes coastal LCMS congregations
The storm — a Category 4 hurricane — is the strongest the area has ever seen.
Florida-Georgia District re-elects Walton
The Rev. Dr. Gregory S. Walton of Orlando, Fla., was elected to his fourth term as president of the LCMS Florida-Georgia District at the district’s 33rd convention.
Synod, partners continue to offer helping hand in wake of five disasters
Lutherans are bringing help to the hurting — both physical and spiritual — in the wake of three devastating hurricanes, a major earthquake and menacing wildfires.