Can one person change the future of a church? Usually, we might be inclined to say no. But these haven’t been usual times.
News & Notes
"...to pursue the work of racial reconciliation in their churches and communities. We highlight the efforts of LCMS pastors, leaders, and laypeople who are making progress in their vocational corners."
The death of Mr. George Floyd has brought to light the ongoing tensions in our life together as a nation. He was not heard in his final moments as his life was taken.
Our understanding of how we can protect ourselves and others in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop daily. As regions of New York begin the first phases of reopening, questions have arisen as to how churches might resume public worship...
New York State has begun incremental release of pandemic-related restrictions on business and organizations, with the first phase beginning May 15 in some areas of our district...
Guidance for congregational leadership from the Atlantic District as they prepare for reopening for corporate worship.
A video from LCEF Ministry Support on Leading Your Congregation out of Crisis. It includes establishing a ministry plan unique to capture these opportunities.
Pastor Shaun Daugherty and his family of True Light Lutheran Church in Manhattan share masks that have been given to area churches from china in this video