A team began working out of Lakeside Lutheran Church in Venice, Fla., on Monday, Oct. 10.
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‘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.
Tennessee tornadoes kill at least 24; LCMS churches not harmed
The tornadoes touched ground in Tennessee during the night and morning hours of March 2 and 3.
‘God is good’: Lutherans bear Christ’s mercy after Taylorville tornado
On Dec. 8, volunteers from the LCMS Central Illinois District, Lutheran Early Response Team and Lutheran Church Charities joined the cleanup effort in Taylorville, Ill., following an EF-3 tornado that struck the area on Dec. 1.
Rain, rain, go away: Deluge in Wisconsin affects LCMS churches and members
More rain is predicted this week, and much of the state remains under a flood warning.
As California burns, Lutherans care
As wildfires rage across California, local LCMS pastors, congregations and members have found opportunities to care for one another and their communities, while sharing the Gospel of Christ.
Texas Lutherans provide quick response to shooting
On May 18, a shooter opened fire on students and faculty at Santa Fe High School, ultimately killing 10 people and injuring 10 more.
Lutheran school students among Las Vegas shooting victims
Twin sisters Natalia and Gianna Baca, seniors at Faith Lutheran High School in Las Vegas, are injured but recovering.
Lutherans help midwestern communities after late-winter tornadoes
Lutheran Early Response Teams join storm-recovery efforts in rural southeastern Missouri and central Illinois.
Providing spiritual care after deadly Tennessee fires
St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sevierville, Tenn., and its pastor use resources from LCMS Disaster Response to meet the spiritual-care needs of victims.
Comfort dogs: ‘God’s gifts’ in times of turmoil
Three of the specially trained golden retrievers visit numerous sites in Marysville, Wash., after the high-school shooting there to help the town feel safe and happy again.