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Lutheran Early Response Teams (LERT) Trainings Registration Open! Print E-mail
L.E.R.T. A reminder to all Lutheran Early Response Teams (LERT) certified members or those interested in becoming LERT certified that the fall trainings are open for registration. LCC has two basic training sessions in September for those interested in joining the mission field of disaster and crisis response:

Upcoming Basic LERT Trainings

Saturday, September 19, 2015
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

295 W. Sauk Trail | Frankfort, IL 60423

Saturday, September 26, 2015
Immanuel Lutheran Church

855 Lee St. | Des Plaines, IL 60016

To register for the basic LERT Training

For more information call Dianna Bonfield at 866-455-6466 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

If you are currently certified and have not yet updated your LERT status through deployment, there are 11 Advanced LERT courses scheduled from August through November:

Upcoming Advanced LERT Trainings

Tarp and Patch - Harry Dietz, Instructor
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

195 Nesler Rd | Elgin, IL 60124

Muck Out/Flood Clean-up - Rich Roth, Instructor
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

195 Nesler Rd | Elgin, IL 60124

For all a list of all trainings, CLICK HERE

To register for an advanced LERT trainings, CLICK HERE

All classes are on Saturdays with registration opening at 8:30 AM and ending around noon. Join us in continuing to share Christ's Mercy, Compassion, Presence and Proclamation through Disaster Response.

To download the LERT brochure or the bulletin insert to advertise LERT trainings at your church CLICK HERE

For Congregational Preparedness Training information and registration CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 12:29
 
New St. Andrew School Opens in Cebu City, Philippines and Needs Your Help! Print E-mail
St. Andrew LCC received a request from Tom Grunow (Christ Lutheran Church, Lincoln, NE) regarding a new Lutheran school in the Philippines. On June 8th, New St. Andrew School opened with 102 K-10th grade students in Cebu City, Philippines. The opening of the school was in doubt at one time; however, by the grace of God, it opened its doors and continues to grow on a regular basis. St. Andrew will offer night and Saturday classes, similar to “continuing education” for those who work and for parents (even for college credit) with an expected enrollment of 100 students. By 2016, the plan is to work with the Lutheran Church of the Philippines to begin Lutheran Worship services, Bible Class and Sunday School on Sundays and to charter as a Lutheran School. In order to accomplish these goals, donations are needed.

To donate, CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 August 2015 12:37
 
Devastating Fire Takes the Life of St. Matthew Lutheran Church (Chicago, IL) Parishioner Print E-mail

Children in Critical and Serious Conditions; Father Treated for Burns

In the early morning of Friday, July 10th, a destructive fire took the life of Korissa Valdivia Chupp and left her two children in serious and critical conditions. Firefighters at the scene found the children clustered in their mother’s arms. The two children, Jerry (6 years old) and Kiara (2 years old), suffered burns and are now in intensive care at Cook County Hospital in Chicago. Their father, Tony, suffered minor burns on his hand and his foot. Because he inhaled lots of smoke in his attempt to save his family, he has lung problems. He is expected to continue with treatment for his lungs.

Last April, funds were raised through LCC for this family after their apartment burned down and they lost all of their possessions.

LCC never charges those we serve. To see the original appeal, CLICK HERE.

Tony has been a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in the Pilsen community of Chicago since age 7. He assists with bilingual worship services (English/Spanish) at the church. This tragedy has caused a lot of grief to the relatives and members of St. Matthew. Please keep all those affected in your prayers as they cope with this horrific tragedy and consider donating to help this family

LCC never charges those we serve. Please keep all those affected in your prayers as they cope with this horrific tragedy and consider donating to help this family. To donate CLICK HERE.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 August 2015 12:15
 
Support Needed for Jordanian Immigrant Print E-mail
Pastor Shehab Pastor Hesham Shehab, Salam Christian Fellowship (Lombard, IL) emailed LCC to ask for support for a new Jordanian immigrant whose car is in need of repairs. It his only form of transportation so his livelihood depends on fixing his car as quickly as possible. Please consider donating so this brother in Christ may continue working.

To donate to the Salam Vehicle Repairs Fund, please CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 August 2015 11:34
 
Emma Can Hear Now But Her Family is Struggling with Medical Bills Print E-mail
Emma Pastor Marc Cohen, St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Barrington, Illinois has been counseling a family with a young daughter who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. It’s been one year since the diagnosis. She has undergone two major surgeries including a spinal fusion and shunt to prepare her for the surgery that would remove the tumor. She had lost her hearing, but can now hear again. Her vision was also affected, and she continues to have headaches and sinus problems. Her family feels extremely blessed that Emma’s MRI has come back okay and that she has returned to playing. While these are really positive signs, her family is in a large amount of debt from medical bills that continue to put a lot of strain on the family.

Please pray for Emma and her family during this stressful time. If you can help, please contribute to Emma’s Medical Bills. And remember 100% of all donations to a special fund like this go to the fund – dollar-in, dollar-out.

Click Here to Donate towards Emma's Medical Bills

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 July 2015 17:21
 
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