To care for God's family, the global community and all of creation.
To share the Good News of Jesus Christ through our time, talents, and gifts.
To serve God where there is need of healing, comfort, and love.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
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Sections of the Kathmandu’s historic center lie in rubble. News reports indicate that more than 3,500 people have died and thousands are injured in the valley surrounding Kathmandu. The death toll is expected to rise as people are believed to be trapped under rubble. Deaths have been reported in neighboring India, Tibet and Bangladesh. The tremor also set off a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest.
Lutheran Disaster Response is committed to walking with our brothers and sisters in Nepal, as rescue efforts and assessments continue. The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) has launched an immediate large-scale emergency response with its emergency team in Kathmandu at the LWF offices, which have escaped the worst impact of the quake. The ELCA is the only U.S. member church of the LWF. We are also working with Lutheran World Relief and church partners from ACT Alliance to coordinate the response, which includes the distribution of immediate life-saving supplies such as water, food, shelter and medication to people injured.
Our church’s contributions to ELCA will be directed toward emergency operations in the Nepal Earthquake area.
Additional information can be found at http://www.elca.org/Our-Work/Relief-and-Development/Lutheran-Disaster-Response/Our-Impact/Nepal-Earthquake.
Neal and Rene Bierbaum want to thank the members of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church for their long-standing support of Reneal International Education Outreach and its work. Reneal IEO low-cost computer systems are now serving students and teachers in 20 public schools overseas!
In preparation for their next trip to the Philippines, they are requesting donations of used computer equipment for schools in the Philippines and Tanzania.