ELCA Updates

Pressure on vulnerable people amplified by shutdown

After another week of stalled budget negotiations, the U.S. is now in the third week of the partial government shutdown. Various media outlets and agencies have covered important points over the past few days, such as the 800,000 workers left without pay, limited TSA...

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De la cuna a la sepultura

La Navidad se acerca a su tiempo de descenso. El año viejo está por finalizar,  el año nuevo no ha llegado aún. Ya es demasiado tarde para alcanzar las metas fijadas en el Año Nuevo anterior, y apenas queda tiempo suficiente para darse cuenta de que, cualquiera que sea la forma o el estado en el que uno esté, esa será la forma o el estado en el que uno llegará al final del año. Uno recibe una dosis alta de “lo que pudo haber sido”.

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From cradle to grave

Christmas comes at a descending time. The old year is coming to an end, the new year is not yet here. It is too late to accomplish goals set on the previous New Year’s Day, and just enough time to realize that whatever shape or state you are in will be the shape or state in which you end the year. There is a hefty dose of “what might have been.”

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Thrivent Builds and Habitat for Humanity

11 members from St. David and just as many from Living Springs Lutheran Church went to Arthurtown in Southeast Columbia SC on Saturday, October 13th, to renovate several Habitat houses built in the 1990’s.

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St. Peter’s Abundant Gift of Quilts

By Marla Fabian Synod Communicator, St. Peter's, Pawleys Island Back in 2009 church member Jane Rud invited others from St. Peter’s, Pawleys Island to meet and discuss a quilting group. Jane had been involved with quilting for years and it was a personal talent and...

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Save the date. March 30th is Operation InAsMuch Day.

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