It is important for every congregation to have a plan in place in the event of a pandemic or an emergency.
Written by Martin Luther to Rev. Dr. Johann Hess adressing the deadly plague.
This file offers multiple references for comfort. Comfort from God's Word, hymns in times of disaster, prayers for comfort & peace, and blessings.
"In Times of Pestilence", a litrugical service.
Looking for ways to help your neighbor? Pass out this neighborhood cards to express your willingness to help those who are shut in.
As many LCMS churches are temporarily suspending their services for Corvid-19, we wish to echo the CTCR from 2006.
Here are a number of ideas for how your church can respond to Covid-19 including worship, service project, and devotional ideas, etc.View the list of resources.
The entities of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), including her seminaries and universities, have been taking various actions in response to government recommendations and mandates to try to stem the spread of COVID-19.
We do not want to add to what at times seems like a circus of media hype and political nonsense. Therefore, President Harrison has shared some biblical insight as to our response in this situation.Watch President Harrison's Speach Amid the Pandemic