Hunger relief is needed from our partners in the Diocese of Meru. Here’s how you can help!
Join us in celebrating our partnership!
A huge thanks to everyone who made last weekend’s Glocal Mission Gathering in Milwaukee a success! Here’s some sights and sounds…
Dear Steward Leaders, “Blessed are those who trust in the Lord, whose trust is the Lord. They shall be like a tree planted by water, sending …
Bishop Jeff will be joining several other Bishops to raise money for the 100 Wells Challenge. Will you join with him?
Sunday, April 22nd has been designated as a joint day of prayer between the Diocese of Meru and the Greater Milwaukee Synod. Here’s some ideas for ways to celebrate…
Gloria has worked hard for her International Computer Certificate at the InfoHut — and along the way, she’s learned how to prevent HIV and AIDS.
Stewardship can be fun! Learn about our first annual 50/50 this-is-not-a-raffle from Bishop Jeff
One of the key elements of global partnership is shared worship and mutual prayer. On April 22, 2012 please set aside a time of prayer and reflection for our brothers and sisters in Christ in the diocese of Meru.
Most people in El Jardin, Costa Rica, work in the banana and pineapple plantations that surround the village. The work is hard, the wages are low, and over the generations, villagers have lost their knowledge about growing other crops.
We are a church able to do more together than we are as individual congregations. Here is how you can join me in continuing support of the work of the church…
Malaria brings terrible illness and family tragedy throughout sub-Sahara Africa. Here’s how St. Mary’s Lutheran Church in Kenosha stepped up to help.
Learn about Telescopes to Tanzania project. Here is Chuck Ruehle’s initial report and photos from Tanzania
Not only are we connected together as church in this country, we are part of a global network. Both of the global partnerships of the Greater Milwaukee Synod have now been deeply affected by natural disasters.
These are our brothers and sisters in Christ, partners in mission who are part of the family. In my mind it is not a question of whether we choose to help. It is a matter of our faithfulness, a matter of believing that God can do more than we think.