WNALC Annual Gathering 2021

Yet...Rejoice in the Lord!

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Corpus Christi, Texas

More information to come.

The Women of the North American Church are offering scholarships to women interested in attending our Annual Gathering. The scholarships are for no more than $800 and the following costs are eligible for reimbursement:
– Transportation
– Hotel
– Registration Fee
– $50 per diem
Application Due Date: June 15, 2021
Notification of scholarship receipt by June 25, 2021

Our Honorable Guest

The Rev. Amy Carpenter

Reverend Amy Carpenter serves as an NALC Pastor in the Augusta, Georgia area. She was ordained in 2019 after many years of lay leadership in the church, primarily focusing on women’s, single adult, and small group ministries. In her first career, she worked in the communications industry as a writer, editor, and radio broadcaster. Now, as co-pastor of Christ the King Lutheran Church, Evans, Ga, she preaches, teaches, and serves as the primary point of contact for pastoral care and counseling needs. Pastor Amy especially enjoys walking alongside God’s people through the seasons of their lives and nurturing them in their faith along the way. She looks forward to sharing Holy Communion and bringing us encouragement from God’s Word at the Annual Gathering. “No matter what is happening in our world, God calls us to be people of hope – and entrusts us with the message of our only hope,” she said. “So, we rejoice that we always have good news to share.” Pastor Amy will guide us in looking forward with hope and joy to what God has next for the Women of the NALC – both individually and as a body.

Bishop's Address

Bishop Dan Selbo

The Bishop carries out a pastoral ministry within the church, serving as pastor for the pastors and congregations of the NALC. The Bishop preaches the Gospel, forgives sins, administers the Sacraments and judges doctrine (Augsburg Confession XXVIII). The Bishop carries out a ministry of visitation throughout the church, is a defender of the faith, and promotes the mission of the church.

Mission Banks

More information to come.

Outgoing Mission Banks


When Disaster Strikes: How NALC Congregations Can Help

What should NALC pastors or congregation leaders do when a natural disaster, such as flooding, tornadoes, and fires, strikes in their community or in an area where the congregation is able to or desires to provide assistance?

Since the NALC is a small church with widespread congregations, it is important that you contact us as quickly as possible when a disaster occurs in your area.

First and foremost, if the disaster is close by, make sure you are safe.

Next, contact NALC Disaster Response Coordinator, Mary Bates as quickly as possible so the prayer power of the NALC can be unleashed. Be sure to also contact your Mission District to see if your local NALC Disaster Response Team can provide assistance.

NALC Disaster Response has resources and capabilities to assist in early response and longer term recovery. We can open the gates to material resources, networking, counseling, training, and volunteers.

Remember, the key is early communication! The sooner we learn of a disaster in your area, the more quickly NALC Disaster Response can respond to the needs of your community.


The purpose of the Great Commission Society of the NALC is to mobilize disciples for the work of the Great Commission. Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world that is in desperate need of the Good News. We propose to do this by networking congregations and individuals who have a passion for the proclamation of the Gospel and a commitment to the calling of the Great Commission.

“And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:18-20 ESV)


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