Serving in Our World
Here at King of Glory, opportunities to serve are not limited to our church and our community. KOG supports many ministries and mission opportunities worldwide.
Since 1939 Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service has worked to create welcoming communities for newcomers—immigrants and refugees who have been forced to leave their homes and begin anew.
Every day in 35 countries, Lutheran World Relief works to combat the causes of poverty and the dignity it robs from people's lives.
The ELCA is a community of faith that shares a passion for making positive changes in the world. Our faith is built around a strong belief in God as made known to us in Jesus Christ. Through worship, service, and education, we practice our faith, grow our relationship with God and experience God's grace in our lives.
ELCA World Hunger is a comprehensive and sustainable program that uses multiple strategies—relief, development, education, and advocacy—to address the root causes of hunger and poverty. ELCA World Hunger responds to neighbors around the corner and around the world.
Animals provide families living in poverty with food, funds, and fertilizer—all for a better future. Through ELCA Good Gifts, you can make a donation to support the animal-related projects of ELCA World Hunger.
One of the most mission-oriented, dynamic, innovative, and fast-growing synods in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
The NT-NL Mission Area enjoys a partnership in ministry with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sierra Leone. Together we have sought to expand the ministry that the ELCSL can offer in this extremely poor region of the world by assisting them in developing leadership, facilities and financial support. But even as we have sought to be a blessing to them, we have found that they are a wonderful blessing to us.
Located only 30 minutes north of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, Briarwood encompasses 70 acres of heavily wooded land, much of which is unspoiled, virgin growth. It can comfortably serve 160 guests in a wide variety of housing units. The developed areas of the center include two large activity fields, several miles of hiking trails, and 27 buildings.