The Atlantic District

of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

Engaging the World with the Gospel of Hope!


A Special Advent message from Bishop Derek Lecakes


News & Notes

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Prayer For Our Nation: Light Amidst Darkness

As a nation we must find ways to communicate without violence. We must find ways to sit down with people of differing and contrary views to listen and love our neighbors. Our Lord encourages us to listen in love.


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Conventions & Christmas:

A Message from Bishop Lecakes regarding changes at the synodical level in regard to our convention cycle, and special consideration for the Advent and Christmas Season


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Can one person change the future of a church?

Can one person change the future of a church? Usually, we might be inclined to say no. But these haven


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Lutherans for Racial Justice

"...to pursue the work of racial reconciliation in their churches and communities. We highlight the efforts of LCMS pastors, leaders, and laypeople who are making progress in their vocational corners."


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Engage

The Advent Edition of Engage is out! See what's happening throughout the district and how different ministry leaders are meeting the challenges of today...

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Resources & Communications

See official communications and resources for churches and members for adapting as the Covid-19 situation develops

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Digital Worship

Watch churches that are already streaming services live, or view suggestions about helping your church get started

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Support Your Church - Guide to Online Giving

Your church is busier than ever today in bringing the Gospel to you - wherever you are. Read about setting up online giving in your church

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What You Can Do

There are some simple, but important steps that will help protect you and those around you.