- Carolina Lutheran Outreach Centers (CLOC)
Additionally, the center works with adults to deliver health and language courses.
- Iglesia Luterana Manantial de Vida (ILMV)
- Iglesia Evangélica Luterana de Colombia
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Colombia (IELCO)
- Japan Evangelical Lutheran Association (JELA)
Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church (JELC)
- Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas (LFS)
- Lutheran Homes of South Carolina (LHSC)
- Lutheridge+Lutherock Ministries, Inc. (LLMI)
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary (LTSS)
Southern Seminary has served the Church since its founding by the South Carolina Synod in 1830. The seminary’s mission is to teach, form and nurture men and women to become servant leaders in the public ministries of the Church. Southern Seminary is one of eight ELCA seminaries and has been located on N. Main Street in Columbia, SC since 1911. Offering three degree programs: Master of Divinity, (M. Div), Master of Arts in Religion (M.A.R.), and Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.). Southern Seminary draws students from Region 9 of the ELCA and from across the country. For more information visit www.ltss.edu or call (866) 921-1157.
South Carolina Lutheran Retreat Centers (SCLRC)
SCLRC provides places of hospitality where congregations, communities and individuals can experience a Christian environment to renew faith, foster fellowship, build memories and encounter the glory of God’s creation. These places of hospitality are Camp Kinard near Batesburg-Leesville, and Coastal Retreat Center on Isle of Palms, SC. We host a variety of groups all year at both centers. We provide facilities at Kinard for special summer camps such as Camp Kemo, a camp for children fighting cancer, Camp Wonder Hands which is for kids who are deaf and hard of hearing, and Children Unlimited, a camp for special needs kids waiting for adoptive placement. Learn more online at www.sclrc.com.
South Western Diocese Of Tanzania (SWDT)
The South Western Diocese is located in the southwestern corner of Tanzania in a remote mountain region. The Diocese was created in 1992 when the Southern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania was divided. There are approximately 18 parishes and each parish has several congregations. Tanzania is a very stable country, but very poor, with warm and friendly citizens. The Lutheran Church’s rapid growth rate in Tanzania makes it one of the world’s fastest growing churches in East Africa.
Synod Malaria Task Force (SMTF)
The Synod Malaria Task Force is a group of pastors and lay people focused on raising awareness and encourgaing participation of SC Congregations in joint effort with the ELCA to eradicate malaria in Africia.