Ruth International Missions
LWMI Affiliate Mission in Sierra Leone, Africa
Supporting Missions and Ministries with your generous gifts and donations.
Locally, nationally and internationally, Lutheran World Missions shares the message of our Risen Lord and Savior and His gift of Salvation and Grace.
Adopt a Student
LWMI provides Seminarian Support in the Adopt a Student program.
The tradition of charitable giving is as old as Lutheranism itself. During the Reformation, Martin Luther called upon people to establish a “common chest” from which food, clothing and other necessities could be distributed to people in need.
Lutheran World Missions, Inc.
1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
3rd Floor - Evening Star Building
Washington, DC 20004
P.O. Box 400
Upper Marlboro, MD 20773
Donations and Gifts make it possible for Lutheran World Missions to expand its outreach and Mission Ministry and reach those in need.
Offering Legal Aid to LCMS entities, missions
and congregational members.
LWMI has been a supporter of the CALMS Mission and Ministry in Belize and we look forward to furthering our Mission support to future CALMS Missions.
500th Anniversary of the Reformation Medallion Coin
Lutheran World Missions 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Coin designed specifically for Lutheran World Missions.
Available in Silver, Merlin Gold, Antique Bronze and Gold.
New 1/2 ounce size Medallion is now available for each metal.
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Lutheran World Missions is honored to be a part of The Old Latin School Project. A portion of all coin sales will be given in support of this project. Additional information can be found on the News and Events Page.
those in need
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Lutheran World Missions is passionately devoted to spreading the Gospel through Mission Outreach, Disaster Relief, Mission Development, Charitable Giving and Education. Learn how you can contribute to the future of missions, helping someone in need, and charitable outreach.
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