Ryan and Dixie Nance are indeed heroes — people who “see the need and respond.” This South Carolina couple did what many people only think about doing and became foster parents with Lutheran Services Carolinas.
The Tanzania Companion Synod’s relationship continues to be a blessing for both South Carolinians and the Uwanji, the largest tribe in the South Western Diocese.
Lutheran Campus Ministry’s presence at the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston in June may have looked like a project where lumber and nails made walls for houses, but it was so much more!
And you may have heard that LSC had been caring for five separated children since early May. “Separated children” is the term that has come to identify the children who were forcibly separated from their parents as the result of new restrictions placed on families seeking asylum at the U.S.–Mexico border in April.
A group of twenty-one volunteers from Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Pomaria traveled to Trinity Lutheran Church, Georgetown on July 8 to begin a week of community service.
We’re down to our last 2 of 9 weeks in South Carolina doing our arts enrichment for little children.