Support for LCC Missionary Rev. Navrotskyy in Nikolaev, Ukraine

Rev. Oleksiy Navrotskyy continues his varied ministry in Nikolaev, Ukraine as he serves two city congregations, two rural mission stations, visits patients at a drug and alcohol clinic, teaches at the Odessa seminary, supports various SELCU mission projects and distributes humanitarian aid to orphans and others in need.

I want to support Pastor Navrotskyy in Ukraine.

Project 2110 Goal: $11,400

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WECLO – Outreach to Immigrants and Refugees to Canada

WECLO – Windsor/Essex County Lutheran Outreach, supports a multi-cultural ministry in Ontario. Lay missionary Javed Khan and his wife offer hospitality through meals and holiday celebrations for immigrants and refugees. This ministry shares the Word of God and provides opportunities to teach ESL (English as a Second Language) classes and Bible studies, host sporting events for the young at heart, and help newcomers settle into a new life in Canada.


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Project 2101 Goal: $5,000

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Mission and Ministry of Rev. Retana, Costa Rica

This project will cover rental costs for the building where Pastor Retana holds services, Bible studies, and meets with congregational members. All mission resources, transportation, and stipend are covered as well. Presently there are four young people from the congregation assisting with the mission activities.


I want to support Mission and Ministry in Costa Rica.

Project 2109 Goal: $25,000

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Music Education Program, Costa Rica

This is a new project to provide music instruction for the youth in Costa Rica through weekly visits by the music instructor. Similar to the Nicaraguan program, the goal is to enrich the edification of the church communities through enhanced music worship.


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Project 2108 Goal: $3,700

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Music Education Program for Children and Youth, Nicaragua

Children and youth receive musical training by a full-time staff musician as they learn to play instruments, allowing them to actively participate in their congregation’s worship services. Keyboards, guitars, speakers, microphones, band equipment, music sheets are needed. The project also provides funding for transportation and meals when training is taking place.


I want to support music training for children and youth.

Project 2105 Goal: $5,000

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Community Children’s Feeding Programs, Nicaragua

$1.50 can provide a substantial and healthy meal for a child in any community in Nicaragua. There are groups of anywhere from 40 to 80 children in each of the Central American feeding programs where the children hear Bible studies and learn the Small Catechism. A deaconess and pastor lead the programs while the children are fed once or twice a week. The funding goal for the project has increased this year to allow even more children to access the program.


I want to support feeding for the children of Nicaragua.

Project 2103 Goal: $20,000

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Children’s Education Program, Nicaragua

This valuable ministry, provided at the churches by the deaconesses and pastors, offers tutoring in mathematics, Spanish, science, and, most importantly, lessons from the Word of God. Funding is needed to ensure that the 60 children attending the program in 2020 will have the backpacks, notebooks, and educational resources needed for each child’s scholarship.


I want to support education for children in Nicaragua.

Project 2104 Goal: $9,500

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Mission & Ministry of Rev. Chujit in Khok Kloi, Thailand

Rev. Suchart Chujit continues to serve the parish of Khok Kloi with worshiping communities in Kapong, Grassom, Thaimong and Tung Maphrao. as well as new preaching stations in the Phuket region. This project povides a stipend to supplement Rev. Chujit’s income and covers some transportation costs, enabling him to offer the ministry of Word and Sacrament throughout this region.

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Project 2116 Goal: $12,000

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Pastoral Care in Prison Ministry, Ukraine

Bishop Alexander Urchenko and other SELCU pastors attend the prison near Nikolaev weekly where they visit and counsel inmates, lead Services of the Word, teach Bible studies, and provide formal catechism instruction. This ministry has received a great response from the prisoners, the prison administration, and even the government.

I want to support the pastor and his prison ministry in Ukraine.

Project 2114 Goal: $2,000

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Outreach & Ministry of Rev. Timerkan in Bashtanka, Ukraine

Newly ordained Pastor Yuri Timerkan serves two village congregations and two mission stations, conducting church services, Bible studies, and catechism classes. Pastor Yuri had assisted Rev. Navrotskyy in Bashtanka and will now serve here full-time.

I want to support Rev. Timerkan in Bashtanka, Ukraine.

Project 2113 Goal: $1,620

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