Jesus gives us a command as a marker for how we are to live as His disciples. 

The command calls us to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves  As you explore how to share your gift with the world, 

we invite you to live your life by Jesus' command to love God and love others.

Local Mission

  • The Station Coffee Co. 

    Learn more here.

    The Station started as a dream in 2021.  It's just one way our church family partners with our local community.  We just happen to serve the best cup of coffee!

  • Hope Women's Center

    Learn more here.

    For over 40 years, Hope Women's Center has provided a safe haven for at-risk women and girls across Arizona to get back on their feet.

    Our friendship involves supporting at-risk women and children with meals,  quilts, clothing,  financial resources & spiritual care. 

  • The Navajo Mission

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    The Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission (NELM) Inc. humbly serves the Navajo community of Rock Point, AZ. Every day, our 100% Navajo staff feed the hungry, prioritize Christian and cultural learning, focus on community engagement, and work towards fulfilling basic community needs. In our spiritual and social work, we strive to embody and teach the grace of Jesus and listen to the call of the gospel to serve one another in love.

    Our partnership involves providing food,  quilts, clothing and academic support for the Navajo people in Rock Point, AZ

  • Florence Schools

    We support several schools in the Florence  district by providing scholarships and serving at risk families. 

Global Mission

  • world hunger


    More than 820 million people - that's about 11 percent of people in our world today - are hungry.

    As members of the ELCA, we are called to respond. We are a church that rolls up our sleeves and gets to work. Working with and through our congregations, in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Lutheran churches overseas and other partners, ELCA World Hunger is uniquely positioned to reach communities in need. From health clinics to microloans, water wells to animal husbandry, community meals to advocacy, your gifts to ELCA World Hunger make it possible for the ELCA to respond, supporting sustainable solutions that get at the root causes of hunger and poverty.

  • Young Adults in global mission


    The ELCA Young Adults in Global Mission program invites ELCA young adults ages 21-35 into a transformative, year-long journey in international service. As they offer themselves in service, ELCA young adults are shaped by the witness of our global neighbors. They share in the journeys of companion churches and organizations in one of six country programs around the world.

  • The word “amparo” in Spanish means the protection of a living creature from suffering or damage. The ELCA’s strategy to Accompanying Migrants with Protection, Advocacy, Representation and Opportunities (AMMPARO) was envisioned after witnessing the plight of children who are forced to flee their communities because of complex and interrelated reasons, including chronic violence, poverty, environmental displacement and lack of opportunities in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala. Due to our connection to companion churches in the region, including companion synod relationships, and existing ministries in the U.S., the ELCA is well-positioned to help ensure that these vulnerable children are protected.   

  • Lutheran Disaster Response


    Lutheran Disaster Response shares God's hope, healing and renewal with people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the United States and around the world. When the dust settles and the headlines change, we stay to provide ongoing assistance to those in need.