The Season of Lent

Isenheim Altarpiece, Mathis Gothart Grunewald

In this Lenten season, our hearts are opened to receive the gift of Jesus.

We invite you to connect with a Northeastern Iowa Synod congregation where you can join midweek services during the Lenten season, strengthen your faith and get involved. Visit us on Facebook.

The ELCA is an engaged, active body of people who put faith in God into action — in millions of ways, all over the world. Visit the ELCA website to learn more.

Celebrating Renewal

Katherine von Bora Luther — Faith in the Home

The Northeastern Iowa Synod continues its focus on “Celebrating Renewal” in 2019 by recognizing Katherine von Bora, Martin Luther’s wife, and faith in the home. Katherine von Bora was a former nun who became wife and mother to Luther in a marriage based on equality and mutual love of the church and family, setting a new standard for Protestant domestic life and faith in the home.

Read more about Katherine von Bora in the January 2019 issue of the synod’s Star newsletter.

Events

 

Read about the 2019 Northeastern Iowa Synod Assembly, set for June 14-16 at Wartburg College in Waverly with the theme “Celebrating Renewal: Katherine von Bora — Faith in the Home.

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Gifts to the Northeastern Iowa Synod support a variety of ministries, such as scholarships for students in seminary, leadership training, youth ministry, resources for congregations, Young Adults in Global Mission sponsorship, and much more.

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The Northeastern Iowa Synod Disaster Response Network invites congregations to help replenish the synod’s supply of flood buckets.

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Members of the Conference of Bishops of the ELCA shared a statement regarding reports that the U.S. government was planning to discontinue financial assistance to Augusta Victoria Hospital and five other East Jerusalem hospitals.

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Star Newsletter Headlines

Families have the tools to nurture resilience

This is our time to change

Generosity helps others be reilient

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