What Difference Does Synod Ministry Make?
In addition to annual giving (“mission support”) from congregations and individuals toward the ministries of the synod, we also welcome gifts to the synod’s Next Generation Fund (previously known as the Synod Endowment Fund).
Would you like to designate your gift to a particular ministry?
Check our areas of need below…
Donate by Mail
Checks should be made out to
NWMN Synod and marked in the memo if it should be designated to a particular ministry.
Send checks to:
NWMN Synod Office
Moorhead, MN 56562
Gifts of stocks, bequests and
other planned gifts
The synod is currently revamping its approach to planned giving. During this transition time anyone interested in the possibility of making a planned gift to the synod should contact Bishop Larry Wohlrabe.
Staff from the ELCA Foundation are also available for consultation on planned giving to the ELCA Foundation, our synod, or other ELCA-related ministries. Simply call (773) 380-2970 or visit elca.org/foundation.
Partners in Ministry
Assists new ELCA outreach ministries on the territory of (or adjacent to) the synod, in partnership with the ELCA churchwide organization. These ministries are reaching out to serve specific community needs: Native Americans in the Cass Lake/Bemidji area; helping create worship communities in Hawley and Frazee, and at the lake in Alexandria; and walking with […]
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