Kathy Muth (Mew-th) became Bishop Bolick’s part-time administrator on April 2. Connie Young, who previously held this position, plus was coordinator of the call process is now, by personal choice, part-time call process coordinator. For the past two months Jill Nelson has been temporarily assisting the bishop with administrative tasks.
Lutheran Services Carolinas has extended the Challenge that was created to successfully complete the Keeping the Promise capital campaign. Proceeds from the campaign will be used to help build four new or replacement skilled nursing homes, renovate existing facilities, and establish home and community-based services throughout the state. The $125,000 match was obtained from five generous donors and the campaign is now seeking matching gifts in response to this Challenge to help close the campaign. To participate...
May has been designated as Lutheran Services Carolinas senior services month of emphasis by the synod. This is a time to honor those who live and those who serve in LSC’s ministries, as well as to pay tribute to the older adults in your congregations.
A workout regimen that consists of bicycling for four miles, push-ups, and squats with 8-pound weights would be a challenge for most, but considering this is routine for 97-year-old Trinity Oaks resident Catherine Hall, it becomes astonishing.
Join us for "The Practice of Sharing God's Story," a day-long event at L-RU featuring Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Luther Seminary, Dr. Diane Jacobson.
Don't miss it! The morning features a challenging study on "Violence in the Bible: A Lutheran Understanding." In the afternoon we'll engage Scripture together again using the story of Lydia and we'll finish the day with two opportunities for practical workshops. More information can be found on the flyer.