The stories we hear of God's work in the Southeastern Synod and around the world are too good not to share. As human beings, we are created to tell, share, respond to, and learn from stories. Under our Stories of Faith tab, you'll find links to publications that are committed to telling the story of how Lutherans do God's work with their hands.
“The Last Supper”… is a story retold, year after year from generation to generation. This year this story was told in a very special way. So very special that I was not sure what to expect from accepting an invitation to attend the performance of “The Living Last Supper” at Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Atlanta, GA. Directed by Mrs. Eva Hamer, the Atonement Men in Mission engaged me in a chilling, authentic, yet melancholy reenactment of “The Last Supper.” The performance transported me to...
We are so pleased with this generous gift from one of our members, Lucille Carter. She commissioned this piece in memory of her parents, Frank and Martha Speares, early members of Solomon Lutheran Church. The artist, Bill Donoho, from Artistry in Glass (Limestone, TN) is pictured with the piece.
Following church on February 18, 2018, eleven disciples from Christ Our Shepherd, Peachtree City, GA boarded the church bus for Hattiesburg, MS to work on tornado recovery. We had a range from high school students to grandparents and found that there was work for all ages and abilities. We had opportunities for learning new skills and time for laughter in spite of the circumstances. It takes a long time to recover from a natural disaster as the week before our trip marked the one year ...
Faith leaders gathered at the Georgia Capitol March 1, 2018 to speak out in a press conference about anti-immigrant legislation before the Georgia legislature this session. Particularly at issue was SB452 which would require local law enforcement agencies to detain any undocumented person they come into contact with and turn them over to federal authorities. Rostered ministers representing the ELCA Southeastern Synod (pictured left to right above) were the Rev. Randy Palm, Pastor, Rock of ...
Despite the gloomy weather, we had a fantastic turnout for the 2018 Hunger Walk on February 25 at the Georgia State Stadium. Churches from all over the metro area, from Lawrenceville and Marietta to McDonough and Carrollton, came together to help fight hunger in Georgia. The light rain didn't keep the teams from gathering at the LSG tent for photos and fun, and we were blessed with a rain-free walk through Grant Park. This year we had 39 teams and 369 walkers and runners registered for Hunger ...
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