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LCEF has served as the financial extension of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) since 1978, offering funding and resources in support of the Church. When you invest with LCEF, you’re providing for the creation and growth of congregations and ministries across the country. Read the latest news and updates at their news page
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Stewardship Ministry
helps congregations grow in their understanding and implementation of a life of stewardship. Christian stewardship is the free and joyous activity of God’s family — the church — in managing life’s resources for His purposes.
In 2012, Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri (LFCS), a non-profit social services agency, opened a regional office in St. Charles
to meet the increasing demand for adoption, foster care, crisis pregnancy, and counseling services in this community. The agency itself began as an orphanage in 1868 with a mission to protect and nurture children without a home. Today the agency continues the mission of helping families, children and individuals in Missouri experience greater hope and wholeness of life. The services provided by LFCS are open to everyone regardless of race, faith, national origin, gender, or age. Over 80 percent of the clients served are not of the Lutheran faith.
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