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Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

Not only has the Lord our God called us to make disciples, or followers of His Son, Jesus Christ, He has also sent each one of us out to be His witnesses (Acts 1:8) in all of the world, but especially to those whom He has placed us around on an everyday basis. So, as part of the core teaching and identity of our congregation, as is our mission, these are the ways in which we will continue to Reach the Lost.

St. Paul Food Pantry

Serving the needs of our neighbors.

While we may be living in Ankeny, Iowa, one of the ten fastest growing cities of over 50,000 people, there are many in our community, even our own neighborhood, who are not able to provide for themselves and their families. In order to meet this need, our congregation stepped up, and stocked a space in our church with basic non-perishable food items and hygiene products that the community is welcome and invited to partake of.

Want to get more involved with our Food Pantry?

Missionaries our congregation Supports

Rev. Andrew Schlund

Andrew and his wife, Kelsey, serve as Missionaries through the LCMS in Mexico. Andrew currently serves as pastor at La Iglesia Lutheran del Buen Pastor (Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd). Through the relationships that are formed, Andrew and Kelsey seek to share the Good News of Jesus with the people of Mexico.

Nurse Tirzah Krey

Tirzah Krey, B.S.N., serves the Lord as regional human care coordinator through the LCMS in Latin America and the Caribbean region, based in the Dominican Republic. She intentionally shares the Gospel through the relationships that she builds in all her activities.

Local Missions we currently support

Agape Pregnancy and Resource Center

Agape offers free services to help women make informed decisions and prepare for their futures.

On With Life

DMARC Food Pantry

On With Life looks to provide families with choices in brain injury rehabilitation by joining hands, hearts, and minds to help persons living with brain injury get
On With Life
The Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) Food Pantry seeks to provide individuals in the Des Moines Metro area with a three day supply of food for themselves and their families, once a month at no cost, through their 14 partner food pantry cities.

Have ideas for local mission?

Let us know, so that we all can evermore be
 Rooted in Christ, Growing in Grace, and Reaching the Lost.