Mission Congregations

Mission Congregations are new, developing congregations.

North Carolina

Addis Hiwot Evangelical Church
3601 East Independence Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28205
Pastor: Samuel Pawlos

Advent Lutheran Church
230 Oak Grove Road, Kings Mountain NC  28086 • (704) 750-0171
Pastor: Joshua Morgan

Christ United Lutheran Church
Mail: P.O. Box 123, Granite Falls, N.C. 28630
(828) 493-8099
Pastor: Heidi Punt

Grace Lutheran Church
Meeting at: Hayworth-Miller Chapel
108 E Kinderton Way, Advance, NC 27006
Pastor: Mark Ryman  •  336-684-5634

Reformation Lutheran Church 
Mailing address: 1822-6 S. Glenburnie Road, PMB 205 New Bern, NC 28562
Worship location: 4143 Dr. M. L. King Jr. Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562
Pastor: Rev.Stéphane Kalonji
Council President: Mike Corriher, 252-639-0952

Triangle Lutheran Mission
Mailing address: PO Box 37188 Raleigh, NC 27627
Worship: starting early October, site TBA
Pastor: The Rev. David Brooks
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Trinity Lutheran Church 
108 E King St, East Flat Rock, NC 28726
(828) 697-1660
Pastor: Rev. Mike Greenauer

South Carolina

Immanuel Lutheran Church 
Immanuel Lutheran Church
140 Poinsett Drive
Sumter, SC 29150
Contact Information:
Pastor Gary Blobaum – 803-883-1049
Herb/Susan Keefe – 803-773-0775

Lamb of God Lutheran Fellowship
Services held at First Presbyterian Church
510 E. Curtis Street, Simpsonville, SC
Simpsonville, SC.
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Pastor: Craig Abee

New Hope Lutheran Church 
Meeting at Ballentine Community Center, 1009 Bickley Road, Ballentine, SC
www.new-hope-lutheran.org  •  (803) 345-9966
Council President: Don Byers

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8 Responses to Mission Congregations

  1. Eric Rickel says:

    Could you tell me what congregations are nearest to Durham.

    • Pastor Jason Sigmon says:

      Eric, greetings in the name of Christ our Lord,

      We are happy and excited to announce that we will be gathering on Sunday, February 9th to have conversation about developing a mission congregation of the NALC in the Raleigh area. We would love to have everyone join us in prayer and conversation about this new ministry opportunity.

      We will meet at 6:00pm at the home of Rachel Sosebe and her family. Some of you may recall that Rachel worked for both Bishop Spring, when he served as the provisional Bishop of the NALC, and for Pastor Buba in the mission office of the NALC. She and her family live in the Raleigh area and have graciously volunteered to host this conversation. Their address is: 105 Cornwall court, Youngsville, NC 27596

      Please spend time in prayer as we begin this conversation and inform others who may be interested in this meeting.

      It will be very helpful and important for everyone to RSVP directly to me and let me know if you will be able to attend this gathering.

      Since we are meeting at 6:00pm everyone is invited to bring a small dessert or drink to share.

      We look forward to sharing this time together.

      In Christ’s name,
      Rev. Jason Sigmon, STS, pastor
      Secretary, Carolinas Mission District, NALC
      Carolinas Mission Taskforce Chair

    • Rachel Sosebee says:

      Eric, This is way delayed, but there is a mission starting in the Triangle. If you would like more information please send me your contact information. dmi.rachel@gmail.com

  2. Mark says:

    The nearest NALC congregation is in Asheboro. http://stjohnsasheboro.org/

    However, a mission congregation is in the planning stage for the Raleigh/Durham area.

  3. Wayne Rice says:

    are there any plans for a NALC mission for Blythewood SC or NE Cola. SC

  4. Ehsan samei says:

    Could you kindly advise of the status and/or prospect of a church in the triangle area?

  5. There is interest in beginning an NALC mission in the Triangle area, but as of right now now specific area has been identified. Please continue to check back here for updates.

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