The NALC vision calls for every congregation, small or large, to have an active, intentional relationship supporting a local community ministry, one of the NALC mission congregations in North America and one global mission. There are three categories of ministries in the NALC: Ministry Partners, Recognized Ministries, Great Commission Society Ministries.
In January 2020, the North American Lutheran Church (NALC) received Dr. William Obaga as a Global Worker through the World Mission Prayer League (WMPL). William continues with his role in overseeing WMPL missionaries assigned to Africa, while also serving the NALC in building, forging, nurturing, and promoting her growing partnerships in Africa, and specifically serving on the ground in Kenya.Learn More
Water Mission believes that the global water crisis can be solved and they take a comprehensive approach to combating the crisis with water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) solutions in 56 countries and have over 350 staff members working around the world in permanent country programs.Learn More
With administrative offices and support furnished through the NALC’s Advent Lutheran Church in North Charleston, SC, and having received NALC grant funds, the on-the-ground location of Victory Ministry’s work is in West Africa, currently in Liberia, with some outreach in Guinea, Sierra Leone and the Ivory Coast. Victory “seeks to reach the unreached, point the way to Christ, and make disciples of all those God has called us to serve.”Learn More
Growing up at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Grove City, Ohio, Stephen and Rachel were blessed to learn the value of knowing and serving God, as well as serving others. The Katterhenrichs have been serving with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Tanzania since 2011, working in the city of Mbeya where 13 different language groups are working together on Bible translation.Learn More
Apply to be a GCS Ministry
The Great Commission Society (GCS) of the North American Lutheran Church endorses ministries seeking prayer and financial support from congregations and individuals. Questions? Get in touch with the Missions Office.