Connecting people with God, each other, and their mission in the world.
Outreach is love in action! We continue to grow in global and local consciousness of both God’s passion for justice and our ability and responsibility to participate in the unfolding of God’s kingdom in love. We resonate to the mission statement “Growing in faith, living to serve.” We understand ourselves as partners in God’s ministry; seeking to walk alongside those we serve, and valuing the ways others teach and minister to us as well!
Contact Pastor Rebecca Gamble to get involved!!
Adult Service Learning Trips
Mission Trips give us an experience that changes our prespectives and understandings of faith and the world.
Community Action Partnership (CAP)
Local agency offering a variety of local services for those in need. We collect non-perishable food items monthly and adopt "Hope for the Holidays" families at Christmas.
Educates and holds us environmentally accountable by sharing and implementing ideas, assessing building use and practices and urging policy change.
Families and Individuals Sharing Hope (FISH)
FISH is a network that tackles local issues and connects real Scott County people (and their needs) with services, resources and generous people like you.
Families Moving Forward
Help provide a meal, hospitality and accommodations for homeless SW Metro families with children. We host FMF families at church (overnight) for a week each quarter.
Feed My Starving Children
FMSC provides nutritious food-packs to people in need all over the world, and that food security enables sustainable communities. Help pack food and fundraise!
Global Health Ministries
Global Health Ministries continues the holistic ministry of Jesus Christ by partnering with Lutheran efforts globally.
Habitat for Humanity
Build and restore homes for people in need (in the US and around the world) through this ecumenical Christian ministry.
Lutheran Partners in Global Ministry
With work in 10 countries, LPGM connects us with churches in other countries to create relationships and share resources for education, skill training, food security and building communities.
Memorial Blood Center
You can save lives in 3 ways (platelets, red blood cells and plasma) by donating at our quarterly blood drives.
No Horsin' Around
We provide food, learn about daily life and worship (bilingual) with the families caring for horses at Canterbury Park.
Shepherd's Path Community Garden
This is a visible way to reach out to share abundance and build relationships with our larger community. Learn, grow, eat and share.
Simpson Housing Services
We monthly send groups to purchase, prepare and serve a hot meal for 100 homeless guests at this Minneapolis overnight shelter.
The Link (Passageways)
The Link is a partner of SOLLC that provides housing, community and counseling to sex-trafficked youth. Donate clothing and personal items or lead activities.
Knit and crochet caps and scarves for local homeless shelters. Patterns, yarn and lessons available!
WELCA Garage Sale
Women of the ELCA put on our successful annual Garage Sale each May.
Young Adults in Global Mission (YAGM)
This transformational, year-long Lutheran program sends youth ages 18-24 all around the world.
Partnerships and Resources
Shepherd of the Lake has many partnerships and/or additional resources available.