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Total number of congregations: 819
US Congregations: 713
States Represented: 42
US Territories Represented: 2
Countries Represented: 12

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Retirement Consultations to Be Offered at Annual Gathering

By Annette LaPlant, MBA, CEBS

Tom Luing of Capital Management Associates, will be available at the Annual Gathering to meet one-on-one with you about your retirement readiness.  Contact Tom Luing by phone at (952) 746-1111 or via email at toml@tomluing.com to schedule a time and find out what to bring with you.  Space is limited, so sign up soon!  Tom will also be conducting three Breakout Sessions on retirement on Monday and Tuesday of the Annual ... More

Can We Really Feed 400,000 People?

By Kristy Thomas

One of LCMC's goals for 2014 is to help fight hunger in the U.S. and abroad by preparing 400,000 meals together with Meals from the Heartland this fall.  As an association made up of over 800 congregations worldwide, this is something that we can accomplish, but only if we work together!    To make our service project happen, we are going to need two things: volunteers and supplies.  We will be packaging the meals ... More

Annual Gathering Offers Fellowship Meet-Ups for Up-And-Coming Leaders

By Kristy Thomas

Building working relationships with friends and fellow colleagues in ministry is important. That's why at our 14th Annual Gathering, which takes place October 5-8, in Des Moines, IA, we will be setting aside time for new or up-and-coming leaders in LCMC to do just that! More

Getting Connected!

By Mark Vander Tuig

To date, we now have 16 districts and fellowship groups all across the U.S.  Most of them are geographic in nature, some are non-geographic, but in every case, districts help us to get connected and stay in touch with each other.  Districts are voluntary and vary in degree of “organization”, and that is exactly as was intended from the beginning of LCMC.Three years ago, I invited the leaders of all the districts at that ... More