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Food Donation Delivered to Joined Hands Food Pantry Print E-mail
”Joined Special thank you to LCC Volunteers Helmut and Trudy Mueller who picked up a corporate donation of food and delivered it to the Joined Hands Food Pantry at St. John Lutheran Church on Montrose Ave. Chicago on Monday, September 28th.

Joined Hands is a community food pantry jointly supported by the local community churches on the NW side of Chicago. Originally the pantry was housed at Our Lady of Victory Catholic church for many years. The building was demolished and the pantry was then moved to St. John Lutheran Church. At the time they only had 20 families they served. Now they serve 140 families, ranging in age from small children to 70 and 80 year old adults, every Tuesday from 6 to 8pm. They receive food from the Chicago food Depository and several Jewels.

”Sixth When Helmut and Trudy arrived 10 sixth grade students from St. John’s school came out to carry in the boxes of food that filled the LCC Van. Rick Paulsen from St. John and Carol Reardon of Our Lady of Victory, coordinators of Joined Hands, shared how the pantry reaches out into the community of families of diverse nationalities, all who are struggling to make a living in these hard economic times. It is in these hard times the church is there to let people know that God loves and cares for them. In following Jesus’ example in Matthew to feed the hungry and care for the poor, the church is there to share the mercy, compassion, presence and proclamation of Jesus to people who are suffering and in need.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2015 14:01
“Dignity for Girls” Sew-In Volunteer Opportunity Print E-mail
Dignity for Girls Sew In Join Trinity Lutheran Church (1101 Kimberly Way, Lisle, IL 60532) on October 8 from 1 to 9pm for the “Dignity for Girls” sew-in. Volunteers work together to make hygiene kits for women in Kenya. The group will iron, trace patterns, cut fabric, sew sustainable hygiene products and do quality checks. Volunteers can stay for a couple of hours, all afternoon, all evening, or all day. If you can volunteer, please bring ward sticks, fabric scissors, quilter clips, small binder clips, iron and board, and a sewing machine or serger. Financial support is accepted, as are medium weight wash cloth (preferably colors), girls’ underwear sizes 10-14 (do not launder), one gallon Ziploc (not slider) freezer bags, and bar soap.

For more information, please visit or call Pauline Feliksik at 630-730-6741.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:21
Director of Family Ministries and Outreach Needed Print E-mail
First St. Paul First St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chicago, Illinois wants to call a Director of Family Ministries and Outreach who will emphasize the gathering, strengthening, and equipping of youth, families, and individuals in their Christian faith, as well as organizing outreach efforts to the community. Applicants should have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Outreach, Youth Ministry, Christian Education, or a related field and be a rostered LCMS worker with DCE, DCO, or Deaconess certification. Experience preferred.

Interested applicants can send resumes to:

Pastor Tom Johnson
First St. Paul Lutheran Church
1301 N. LaSalle St.
Chicago, IL 60610

or to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Questions? Please call the church at (312)642-7172.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 September 2015 11:43
Your Donations Help Rebuild Churches Due to Arson in Ethiopia Print E-mail
Tilahun Mekonnen Mendedo The Rev. Dr. Tilahun Mekonnen Mendedo, President of Concordia College Alabama visited the LCC Offices last week. While there he picked up a check of your donations to help rebuild churches destroyed by arson in Ethiopia. Rev. Dr. Mendedo works with the EECMY-Illubabor Synod (Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus) and will send your donations to Rev. Tariku Tolossa, President of the Synod, for distribution.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 September 2015 11:40
Please Consider Supporting St. Paul's Lutheran Church- College Hill As They Expand Their Ministry in St. Louis, MO Print E-mail
St. Paul A year has passed since the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Just down the road, St. Paul's Lutheran Church is serving hurting, scared people because of this and countless other shootings in the neighborhood on the north side of St. Louis City.

Part of this service has involved reaching out to the children in the neighborhood, especially with Tuesday night Bible class, which offers a safe, loving atmosphere, a meal, and a chance for the children to learn more about Jesus. Four of these children have been baptized; seven more children and two adults will be baptized later this month.

A three-year plan is in place to expand ministry in the neighborhood. A vicar, James Kirschenmann, began work in June; ministry doors are opening. The church and community needs a full-time worker who can provide pastoral care and missionary outreach.

The community is extremely poor and cannot support ministry on its own-but God's people can! YOUR contributions will certainly help ministry in this embattled neighborhood.

Please consider offering your prayers and support for this ministry in North St. Louis City, to help bring Jesus and His healing touch in this time of need.

To donate CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 September 2015 13:31
Lutheran Unity School Seeks Teacher for Blended Grades 1st and 2nd Classroom Print E-mail
Lutheran Unity School In Lutheran Unity School East Campus, 3740 W. Belden, Chicago, IL is seeking a full-time teacher for a blended 1st/2nd grade classroom. Interested candidates should email a resume to Education Director Jo Ellen Hoffmann at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 August 2015 12:46
Join Trinity Lutheran Church (Roselle, IL) and Family In Faith (Glendale Heights, IL) for their “Dignity for Girls” Sew-In Print E-mail
Dignity for Girls Sew In On Saturday, September 19, Family In Faith and Trinity Lutheran Church present the “Dignity for Girls” Sew-In at Trinity (405 S. Rush St. Roselle, IL). These two churches are teaming up to teach other churches how to provide people in poverty around the world with feminine hygiene kits. Lack of feminine hygiene products is a major problem in emerging countries. Girls miss up to 8 months of school in 3 years to this issue. Girls use leaves, mattress stuffing, newspaper, cornhusks, rocks, the list goes on ... all to try to stay in school. These often lead to painful infection. Worse, girls are often exploited in exchange for hygiene to keep them in school. This also affects early marriage, as menstruating girls who are not in school are considered “eligible” regardless of age. It turns out this issue is one of the keys to social change. It’s hard to imagine, but true all over the world. Join Family In Faith & Trinity Lutheran Church to help girls gain access to quality sustainable feminine hygiene and awareness and make a difference in the world!

If you have questions or would like to RSVP, please contact Sara at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (630-894-8670) or Rogene at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (630-894-3263).

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 August 2015 12:37
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
Donations Needed for Military Outreach USA for Veterans Exiting Homelessness Program Print E-mail
Military Outreach LCC received a request from Joe Palmer (Executive Director, Military Outreach USA) regarding a new program conducted by Military Outreach USA in collaboration with the VA in N. Illinois, Rockford and Madison, WI area. This new program, Veterans Exiting Homelessness, seeks to provide Move-In-Essentials to veterans as they transition to permanent housing. When veterans or their families leave a shelter or traditional housing and moves into an affordable living residence, many times they have only the clothes on their backs and a few personal items. In collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Military Outreach USA is working to not only provide Move-In-Essentials, but also bedding sets as well. Your help is needed to provide support to these veterans who gave so much for our country.

For more information about these programs, please call Military Outreach USA at 877-734-4244.

To donate to the Military Outreach – Veterans Exiting Homelessness Fund to help veterans in their time of need, please CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:25
Zion Lutheran School (Matteson, Illinois) Seeking Used Smartboards Print E-mail
Smartphone Zion Lutheran School in Matteson, Illinois is seeking used Smartboards that are no longer in use. Zion Lutheran School is a ministry in the southern suburbs that is seeing enrollment slowly return and is looking to offer technology that interests parents and students. They are willing to pick up any donation. Please contact the school at 708-747-7490 if you have used Smartboards that can be put to good use.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 July 2015 11:32
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