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Gatlinburg Area Wildfires
Updated December 3, 2016 5:12 p.m


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Yesterday, residents and business owners in the Gatlinburg, TN communities impacted by wildfires were allowed to return to their homes and businesses for a brief period of time. The Rev. Jim Korzun, pastor, Our Savior, Gatlinburg, has confirmed that the congregation's building is intact. Two of the congregation's families lost their homes. Our Savior will be worshipping this Sunday at a Baptist congregation in Sevierville, TN.

For more information and for ways to become involved, the following resources are available:
  • To make a donation, click the "Donate Now" button above for the Southeastern Synod Disaster Ministry or use the link following for Lutheran Disaster Response (LDR).
  • To offer large-scale or corporate donations, contact the Southeastern Synod's Volunteer Disaster Coordinator Ellen Koester at lst.ellenk@gmail.com

Please continue to keep all of those impacted by this disaster in your prayers.

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A Living Lutheran Legacy & The Troutman-Gordy Atrium

Click here to learn more about the atrium and the planned move of the 
Southeastern Synod office to St. John's, Atlanta, GA

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Southeastern Synod 
2016 Leadership Convocation
for all Synod Leaders
~ Lay and Rostered ~


 

Lutheridge Conference Center
Arden, NC
October 11-13, 2016

      Lord, listen to your children praying:
    A communal conversation and action 
            on racial reconciliation






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