Presiding Bishop Eaton’s 2015 Easter message
Apr 05, 2015
“We have grown used to the story of the resurrection,” says ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton. “The good news brings hope and comfort. It brings freedom and joy. But I don’t think it causes [in the words of Mark’s Gospel] terror and amazement. Maybe we are missing something.”
Mar 26, 2015
ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton released a video calling on our 3.8 million-member church to talk about racial equity and to work toward reconciliation. “Because of God’s promise, we can and must have a deep, honest and even painful conversation about racism,” she says. To view the presiding bishop’s letter, which contains resources for ELCA congregations to engage “in this important conversation,” click here.
ELCA World Hunger’s Walk for Water
Mar 19, 2015
Water is essential for life, and its impact spans beyond quenching thirst and improving health. Water improves sanitation, agriculture and so much more. ELCA youth are joining together for ELCA World Hunger’s Walk for Water. The goal is to raise $500,000 for ELCA World Hunger-supported water projects that will make a huge impact on communities in need. To learn more or to donate, click here.
Imagine yourself as a Young Adult in Global Mission
Mar 09, 2015
Imagine, for a moment, stepping into an experience that will transform your life. A year dedicated to serving others, experiencing a new culture and living in deep mutual relationship. In this video, you'll meet some ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission and get a glimpse of their experiences working alongside ELCA companions. Learn more or apply at: www.ELCA.org/yagm.
Mar 02, 2015
Meet Thad, a young leader who dedicated a year of his life to service with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hungary through ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission. Now back in the United States, he says he gained more from his Hungarian hosts than he ever imagined.
Presiding Bishop Eaton invites you to join the Campaign for the ELCA
Feb 09, 2015
ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton invites you to join Always Being Made New: The Campaign for the ELCA, a churchwide effort in which all of us – every synod, congregation and member – can come together to achieve things we never thought possible.