Kids at Chapel
St James helps instill the spirit of giving in each child's heart by supporting different local organizations each month. Please consider giving a quarter every Wednesday. A little bit of change can really make a difference. Thank you!
Past Chapel Offering Recipients
- Lutheran World Relief and Human Care
Lutheran World Relief is involved in several emergency relief efforts. Their current hotspots are the Pakistan floods, Haiti earthquake, Asia disasters, East Africa drought, and Aid the people of Sudan. www.lwr.org
- Midwest Chinese Ministry
Midwest Chinese Ministry have many classes, activities and events where they teach the English language, United States culture and share the message of hope in Jesus Christ. Our offerings go to support the missionary work of the Midwest Chinese Ministry
- St. James Food Pantry
The St. James Food Pantry helps many families in the community. Families were encouraged to send in non-perishable food items to be given to the Food Pantry.
- YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Program
The women’s shelter gives support to women during difficult times. We collected hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves for the children and women the YWCA supports.
- Heifer Project
There are many people in the world who are hungry. Through Heifer International we purchased a cow that would produce milk for a family in another country. The family was able to sell milk to make money. That money was used to send children to school. The cow’s calf was given to another family in the village. One cow made a big difference in a community! Each cow costs $500.
- Worship for the Shut-ins
Worship for the Shut-ins is a 30 minute Lutheran television worship service. The service is taped in Ft. Wayne and can be seen in 12 states. People in the Lafayette area are able to enjoy this service through cable television.
- Camp Lakeview and Camp Lutherhaven
Many of our students attend Camp Lakeview or Camp Lutherhaven during the summer. Our chapel offerings supported the Lutheran Camps in Indiana.
Kids presenting check to the Common Threads Quilty Group. They made the stockings for the soldiers.