From January 1-10, young adults and leaders from 10 Greater Milwaukee Synod churches and ministries will be traveling to New Orleans for the 7th Annual Greater Milwaukee Synod Young Adult Mission Trip. This trip began in January 2006 in response to Hurricane Katrina, and the devastation caused to New Orleans and the surrounding area. Since…

Christmas is probably my favorite holiday, not because it is so terribly perfect, but instead because it is so terribly flawed.

Do you know a high school sophomore or junior who has served in leadership roles in your congregation or community? Here is a great opportunity

Last December, when temperatures dipped into single digits and the winter continued as one of the harshest on record, Milwaukee south-shore churches offered an all-night prayer service that gave the area’s homeless an answer to their prayers: a warm space in which to bed down.

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…

We here at the Greater Milwaukee Synod office wish you all a very safe and joy filled holiday season! Every day we are thankful to serve such an amazing group of individuals, churches, communities and partner organizations. So we got all dressed up and took this photo for you. As you can see, we managed…

Hey everyone, it’s Tracy from the synod office. As many of you may have noticed, there have been lots of changes going on here at the Greater Milwaukee Synod. We have a full staff now (yay!), we have a new website (double yay!), and there’s plenty of other changes in the works. So I wanted…

This winter, you will start to see the Board of Pensions going by a new name. They’re changing their name to Portico Benefit Services. Access to ELCA benefits will not be interrupted during this transition. Expect to see the new name appear gradually in communications over the next year, as they use up existing benefits materials.

In response to the financial crisis of DWP, Dr. Abe has offered to compose a hymn or anthem for any church which would like to commemorate an anniversary or other significant occasion; the proceeds to support the music ministry of DWP.

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.

News Release from Luther Manor $45,000 award comes from Helen Bader Foundation, Inc. Grafton, Wis. – A non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of older adults in the Greater Milwaukee was the recipient of a $45,000 grant. Luther Manor, which provides housing, care and other services to older adults, received the grant to make…

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