Lutheran Services in Iowa (LSI) will begin resettling up to 500 Afghans within the next 6 months and will continue to resettle other populations in Sioux City and Des Moines (pending approval) after all Afghan individuals have been resettled in the US. The Refugee and Immigrant Services team developed a comprehensive plan for staff, in-kind donations, volunteers, and a fundraising campaign with a goal to raise $500,000.
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Applications are currently being accepted for these openings at the Northeastern Iowa Synod. Executive Assistant for Synod Administration The Assistant to the Bishop for Synod Administration represents the Bishop throughout […]
As LSI welcomes and resettles families from across the globe to Iowa, you can show them how welcome they are in our community by coming together with your neighbors, coworkers, […]
The installation of the Rev. Kevin T. Jones as Bishop of the Northeastern Iowa Synod took place Sept. 25, 2021, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City. Presiding Bishop Elizabeth […]
New Bishop Elected Kevin T. Jones elected bishop of the Northeastern Iowa Synod Congratulations to the Rev. Kevin T. Jones, Mason City, who has been elected to serve a six-year […]
Learn how COVID-19 variants affect congregations. Rostered ministers, congregational leaders and others interested can view the video of the Sept. 15 Zoom presentation about COVID-19 variants and how they impact […]