A Video Message From Pastor Sergey Bevz
100% of Your Donations Continue to Support Ukrainians in Need
SELCU Pastors Serving Ukrainians
Since March 2022, Lutheran Church Charities has been working cooperatively with pastors of the Synod of Evangelical Lutheran Churches in Ukraine (SELCU) to provide humanitarian relief which combines the clear proclamation of the gospel.
It is estimated that since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, more than half of Ukraine's 44 million populace has either left the country as refugees or become internally displaced persons within the country.
A Video Message from SELCU Pastor Sergey Bevz
The SELCU pastors are producing a series of video presentations that summarize their work in Ukraine and offer sincere gratitude to LCC donors.
In the second video of the series SELCU Pastor Sergey Bevz talks about his important work in the city of Dnipro and the entire Donbas region.
Click on the video below to watch his powerful message.
Please prayerfully consider donating to help Ukrainians by showing the Mercy, Compassion, Presence and Proclamation of Jesus Christ to those who are suffering and in need!
Children from Ukrainian Orphanage Need Your Support
LCC received the following request from Archpriest Mykhailo Kuzma of the Ukrainian Church in Palatine, Illinois:
Glory to Jesus Christ!
The orphanage in Ivano-Frankivsk (Western Ukraine), which is affiliated with St. Nicholas Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, hosts about 40 orphaned children. Some are refugees from Eastern Ukraine who have lost their parents in the war.
The orphanage is directed by sister Natalia. The spiritual director who visits regularly is Father Ivan Zhuk, administrator of St. Nicholas. Father Ivan Zhuk is appealing to you for help in purchasing 30 computers and a printer for the orphanage. The total cost of the equipment is $15,000.
They are sincerely grateful and pray to God for each of you.
Thanks in advance to everyone who responds to Father Zhuk's request for help.
Archpriest Mykhailo Kuzma
Ukrainian Church in Palatine, Illinois
Please prayerfully consider donating to help provide computers for the children in the orphanage.