LCMS Web Sites

Lutheran Church Web Sites

Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS)

Three concentric circles with a cross in the center and the words "WITNESS . LIFE TOGETHER . MERCY" around the imageToday, the LCMS has more than 2.3 million baptized members in more than 6,100 congregations and more than 9,000 pastors.  Two seminaries and 10 colleges and universities operate under the auspices of the LCMS, and its congregations operate the largest Protestant parochial school system in America. The church broadcasts the saving message of Jesus Christ over KFUO Radio, and it has relationships and active mission work in nearly 90 countries around the world.  In the last five years, the LCMS has awarded more than $35 million through more than 900 domestic and international grants for emergency response and disaster response. Today, the LCMS is in full doctrinal fellowship with 33 other confessional Lutheran church bodies worldwide.

 

Lutheran Hour

Lutheran Hour Ministries is a Christian outreach ministry supporting churches worldwide. LHM produces Christian radio and TV programming for broadcast, as well as Internet and print communications, dramas, music, and outreach materials, to reach unchurched people in the United States and more than 30 other countries. LHM’s flagship program, The Lutheran Hour, airs weekly on 1400 stations and the American Armed Forces Network.

 

Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF)

The Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) is an arm of LCMS that provides investment opportunities to church members. LCEF loans money for building local churches and supporting their work.  (Mt. Olive’s new fellowship hall was built (2006-2007) with funds borrowed from LCEF.)

 

 

Laborers For Christ

Laborers For Christ helps put Ministry in Motion by serving as the hands and hearts to accomplish God’s plan for your ministry and the goal of reaching more people. Members of Laborers For Christ assisted the Mt. Olive Congregation with two sizable building projects: They were instrumental in building our west wing in 1995 and the Fellowship Hall, begun in 2006 and finished in 2007.

 

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