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Lutheran Church Charities operates with a policy where 100% of the money donated to a specific need goes toward that need. The transaction costs will be paid by LCC administrative funds, not from a percentage off of the donation.
Ministries In Need
$10,000 Needed to Bring Concordia FM International Radio to Haiti Print E-mail
Marky Kessa Request from Pastor Marky Kessa, President of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Haiti (ELCH)

For the past several years it has been the dream of the ELCH to have a radio station in Jacmel that would broadcast Concordia FM International.

Radio is the fastest way to reach thousands at a time with the Gospel. In the words of Pastor Kessa, "This is my dream, a place I can feel free to talk about our faith in Christ! And many, many souls will be saved. So let us pray God can open doors."

LCC has learned that a tower is now available in Jacmel for purchase. By being able to purchase an existing tower the ELCH will be able to start and run a radio station for $10,000.

Please consider joining LCC and the ELCH as we work to bring Concordia International Radio to Haiti. The fields are ripe unto harvest right now

Donate to Help ELCH Purchase a Radio Tower
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:47
 
Ministry in Need of a Communion Rail Print E-mail
Communion Rails Request from Pastor Mark Willig, Friends in Christ Lutheran Church, Morris, Illinois

This past week, Pastor Mark Willig shared with LCC staff that the Friends in Christ congregation in Morris, which had been worshiping in a storefront, will be moving to a new location in the next few weeks.

Once they move to the new location they will be doing some remodeling of the facility and would like to put in a communion rail.

If you know of a communion rail that might be donated please contact Lutheran Church Charities at 866-455-6466 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
St. Matthew in Need of Handicap Ramp to Help Spread the Word of God Print E-mail
Pastor Loza Request from Pastor Julio Loza of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Chicago, Illinois

On Wednesday, October 8, LCC received the following request from Pastor Loza:

About 10 years ago we found Jose Sanchez sleeping nights at the side entrance of a house. We invited him to El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen and eventually he stayed at St. Matthew's Center to live and help the soup kitchen volunteers serve the hot meals to the hungry. With time I noticed a strong smell and I advised him to see a doctor. He failed to listen and I called an ambulance.

At Stroger Hospital the doctors let him know that he had an advanced case of diabetes. They gave him a choice: either cut off the damaged leg or he would go home and die. He chose to have his leg cut off. The doctors advised him to quit drinking alcohol or else he would also loose the other leg. Because he did not listen, eventually his other leg was also cut off.

Jose is now in a wheelchair and lives in a different location. Since he does not qualify for special aid, he makes a living by selling chewing gum and other items on the streets of Chicago. He does come to St. Matthew toeat once in a while. We need a special ramp for Jose and other handicapped people who use a wheelchair to come to the Soup Kitchen or to worship at St Matthew.

We ask for your prayers that Jose may remain within the Christian faith and receive God's mercy and guidance to continue survival on the streets of Chicago.

LCC is assisting St Mathew to find volunteers to build the ramp and to raise money to cover the cost of supplies for building the ramp. Donate toward the purchase of supplies to build the ramp for St Matthew
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:47
 
El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen in Need of a New Freezer to Continue to Feed the Homeless in Chicago Print E-mail
El Comedor St. Matthew Lutheran Church El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen's old freezer stopped working after being used for the storage of food items used to cook hot meals for thousands of homeless and hungry families through the last years. It is in need of replacement with a new freezer. St. Matthew volunteers would prefer a large upright freezer to prevent damage to the meat and other food items that are bought for cooking of food that continues to be served to the homeless and unemployed week after week. The media recently reported that in the United States one family out of seven need help with food. Any cooperation to help with a new freezer will be deeply appreciated. Donate to Help El Comedor Get a New Freezer
 
St. Matthew Lutheran Church has Been Hurt by Summer Slowdown Print E-mail
UPDATE: Thanks to your generous donations LCC was able to sent a check to St. Matthew El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen. Soup Kitchen

On Tuesday, August 12, LCC volunteer Joan Morris was able to present a check to Pastor Loza for the St. Matthew El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen which has been experiencing trouble with funds over the summer. El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen's mission is to feed the homeless and unemployed. St. Matthew volunteers are "the poor serving the poor" who continue in the hot summer days to cook and serve food to the homeless and poor families in Chicago.

Soup Kitchen

St. Matthew Lutheran Church is facing a financial crisis, due to a slowdown of summer donations, to support El Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen to feed the homeless and unemployed. St. Matthew volunteers are "the poor serving the poor" who continue in the hot summer days to cook and serve food to the homeless and poor families in Chicago in spite of the fact that the donations to support the program have slowed down.

We ask the Lord to bless your efforts to assist St. Matthew's faith mission to the poor. Click here to donate to EL Comedor Popular Soup Kitchen
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 07:25
 
Saint Luke Itasca Searching for Part-Time Art Teacher Print E-mail
Itasca

Saint Luke, Itasca, Illinois is looking for a qualified, part time, art teacher for grades Pre-Kindergaten through grade 8 for the 2014-2015 school year. Job application and description are found on the Saint Luke website (www.saintlukeitasca.com). Email resume to Pastor Duff or drop it off at the Parish Office.

If you have any questions feel free to email or call.
Phone: (630)773-0396
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Preschool Director Opening at Sonshine Christian Preschool, a ministry of St. Peter Lutheran Church of Gilberts Print E-mail
St. Peter St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church
18N377 Galligan Road
Dundee, Illinois 60118

St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church of Gilberts is currently in the process of seeking a qualified Director/Teacher for its Sonshine Christian Preschool. Applicants must a member in good standing of a Christian (LCMS) congregation. If you are interested in applying for this position, please call the church office at (847) 428-4054.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 08:18
 
Jobs Available at St. John Lutheran Early Learning Center Print E-mail
St. John St. John Lutheran Early Learning Center
12714 South Cass Avenue
Darien, IL 60561
630-324-6582
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www.sjlcdarien.org/elc

St. John Lutheran Early Learning Center has two open positions for the upcoming academic year beginning August 25, 2014 through May 22, 2015:

Teacher

A teacher is needed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with the possibility of five days a week for a classroom of three-year-old children. A state teaching license is required and applicants should be a member in good standing of a Christian congregation, preferably one of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS).

Teacher's Aide

A teaching assistant is needed on Monday through Friday afternoons from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. The teaching assistant will help the teacher in the management, instruction, and supervision of three-year-old children. Applicants should have a college degree, experience interacting with children, and good communication skills. A background check will be conducted.

If you are interested in either position, contact Director Nancy Chibe at 630-324-6582 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 July 2014 10:12
 
Help Needed for Four Homes of Mercy in Bethany, Israel Print E-mail
Four Homes

Four Homes of Mercy is a mission that is supported by the LCC year round. Tim visits the center when he is in the Middle East with his Biblical study tours.

In Bethany, only a few miles from Jerusalem, the Four Homes of Mercy provides a 24-hour home and rehabilitation services to 68 children, men and women with profound and multiple disabilities. Of the 68, only 7 can walk; only 12 have intelligible speech. The Homes need your support now. Please help and make a difference.

You can make a huge difference for many by buying new beds, a specialized wheelchair for a young woman who now lives only in bed, simple, interactive toys used by toddlers, clothing, shoes, contributing to the payment of long over-due bills for food, water and electricity.

Click Here to Donate to Four Homes
 
Job Opening for Regional Directors Print E-mail
Voice of Care

It is the goal of Voice of Care to have at least one intentional ministry in each circuit of the Northern Illinois District. This ministry may take the form of weekly inclusion Sunday School and Bible Study, monthly or quarterly programs including respite care, or chaplaincy at a nearby facility in order to reach the more than 500,000 people with disabilities who are unchurched.

In order to reach this goal, Voice of Care is looking for several LCMS rostered individuals who have good communication and leadership skills to fill available part-time positions of Regional Directors.

A Regional Director would live or work in one of the regions of the Northern Illinois District of the LCMS for the purpose of connecting with the churches in that given area. This person's primary job responsibility would be to recruit and train volunteers to do intentional ministry among people with disabilities and their caregivers either within a congregational setting or at a facility nearby the congregation.

Additional responsibilities would include chaplaincy services. Regional Directors would report directly to the Executive Director.

Hours and pay are flexible based on the availability and education of the person hired. No benefits but mileage reimbursement is provided with this job.

Please contact Deaconess Kris Blackwell, Executive Director at Voice of Care at 630-234-1491 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
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