A multifaceted social ministry organization of the ELCA. Founded in 1948 in Hebron, NE, Blue Valley Lutheran Homes is dedicated to enriching the lives of those we serve through Christian love with compassion, respect and integrity. We offer long-term and short-term care, skilled nursing services, rehabilitation services, assisted living, memory care and care for those with developmental disabilities.
The ELCA Foundation exists to sustain and grow ministries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Through our national network of more than 20 gift planners, the ELCA Foundation supports members of the ELCA in their call to live as faithful and generous stewards.
Since 1887, Immanuel has been led by its mission of Christ-Centered Service to Seniors, Each Other and the Community. The non-profit organization owns and operates 14 retirement living communities and three Immanuel Pathways PACE® Centers (Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) in Nebraska and Iowa.
Founded as two orphanages in 1892, Lutheran Family Services (LFS) expresses God’s love for all people through life-changing human care services located in Nebraska and Council Bluffs, IA. With a vision of safety, hope and well-being, LFS provides a place of hope, healing and recovery for children exposed to unspeakable trauma, refugees escaping violence and seeking safety, and those on the path to mental wellness.
Dedicated to bearing witness to the good news of Jesus Christ, LSTC is the leading urban Lutheran seminary training students for purposeful vocations in the global community. Its innovative curriculum gives students skills for visionary Christian leadership in the public sphere.
Midland University approaches higher education with an unmatched commitment to student success. Living out our mission, to inspire people to learn and lead in the world with purpose, we are dedicated to providing opportunities for students to develop as the next generation of leaders. As a university of the Lutheran tradition, we believe that faith and learning are inexorably linked.
Mosaic is a whole-person healthcare organization reaching across 11 states and providing supports to more than 4,500 people. Services empower people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs and autism, as well as aging adults to live their best life. Mosaic is an affiliated social ministry organization of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of Lutheran Services in America. Mosaic is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
The ministry of the ELCA in public, private and church university settings across Nebraska. Campus pastors and ministers serve at Beatrice, Chadron, Fremont, Kearney, Lincoln, Norfolk, Omaha, Peru, Scottsbluff and Wayne – inviting people in these academic settings more deeply into Jesus Christ and the community which bears his name so that they might fulfill their vocation as disciples.
Gracious people. Sacred places. Significant experiences. NLOM serves more than 20,000 people annually through programs at Carol Joy Holling Center (Ashland, NE) and Sullivan Hills Camp (Lodgepole, NE). We offer spiritual, social, personal, and professional development in a safe, intentional community set apart from everyday life.
Growing Disciples + Walking Together + Serving God’s World. The Nebraska Synod, ELCA serves to support congregations as they help people become the disciples God calls them to be. The Synod also works to connect congregations to the larger community and world through ministries that address global mission, hunger and poverty, faith formation, spiritual direction and disaster response.
Witnessing to the Gospel in the heart of the Cherokee Nation, the Mission provides children in need from various tribal backgrounds with spiritual, emotional and physical care, as well as education opportunities, within a residential family setting. Over ninety-five percent of the annual budget is met through gifts from individuals and congregations.
Nourishing Hungry Bodies and Souls. Since 2008, Table Grace Ministries has been offering warm meals, job training, music ministry, and community fellowship to people of all walks of life in Omaha, NE. With their café in downtown Omaha, they seek to provide everyone who enters with the same dignified dining experience with its “pay”-what-you-can model.
A distinctive worship-centered community where students gather to live, learn, and worship together, centered in Christ. Wartburg Seminary gathers and equips leaders who will be sent out for God’s mission in the world as pastors and deacons.