Want to help our Afghan allies?

LSC is currently serving some individuals from Afghanistan who are here under the Special Immigrant Visa because as supporters of the U.S. they are no longer safe in their own country. Thank you for considering a gift to support them and other refugees. We are also in great need of housing for arrivals. If you live in the Raleigh, Columbia, Charleston, Greenville (SC) or Asheville areas, email NCRefugee@lscarolinas.net or SCRefugee@lscarolinas.net

 
 

New TBI Home

Moretz Manor, a new LSC group home for those with TBI, is accepting applications for those who need TBI services.

 
 

Child & Family Services

Can you help us walk together with those we serve?

Adoption

Thousands of children share a simple dream to have a family of their own. Lutheran Services Carolinas enables many children to live that dream.

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Foster Care

Sometimes because of abuse or neglect, children are left without the love and support they need. LSC is always looking for loving, caring foster parents.

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Jobs

A growing nonprofit organization, Lutheran Services Carolinas is always in need of qualified applicants for a wide range of job opportunities.

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News & Events

Beth Huber named Executive Director of Trinity Living Center

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Beth Huber joined the team at Trinity Living Center in Salisbury, North Carolina as executive director in September 2021. Huber was born and raised in Hickory, North Carolina and is…

LSC opens New Americans Program office in Asheville

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When St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Asheville conducted its capital campaign a few years ago, Pastor Matt Smith said a big part of it was to renovate the building to…

Christmas in Kentucky: LSC and partners collaborate to deliver gifts to tornado survivors

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When deadly tornadoes ripped through Western Kentucky in early December, they claimed the lives of 77 people and left survivors grieving over the loss of their neighbors and homes. After…
High school senior Michael Cruz in his cap and gown for graduation.

Former LSC foster care client finds hope in education

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In a speech that Valedictorian Michael Cruz gave at Goldsboro High School before he graduated, he told fellow foster children they were blessed with a life of greater purpose. “I…
Woman and man load food into van to take to the pantry at Trinity Village.

Trinity Village food pantry is a blessing to teammates in need

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Everyone can use a little help sometimes. That’s why Trinity Village keeps its food pantry stocked to assist teammates when they are in need. The inspiration for the food pantry…
Pastor Brenda Bynum stands in front of stained glass window at Trinity Oaks. She is wearing white and green.

A Walking Blessing: Brenda Bynum retires from Trinity Oaks

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“She’s one of life’s walking blessings.” That’s what Trinity Oaks resident Missy Brown said when asked about the senior living community’s chaplain, Pastor Brenda Bynum. “She’s so genuine and always…

With the help of thousands of volunteers, donors, and advocates

  • protects children through foster care
  • advocates for those battling severe and persistent mental illness
  • fosters independence in those with disabilities
  • helps children find loving adoptive homes
  • welcomes refugees seeking sanctuary
  • assists those affected by disasters
  • improves the lives of many other vulnerable populations facing extraordinary life challenges
  • helps survivors of human trafficking
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LSC also offers a wide range of residential options and services to North Carolina seniors including:

  • vibrant retirement communities
  • quality rehabilitation and skilled care nursing services
  • assisted living residences
  • at-home care and nursing services
  • adult day services
  • caregiver support
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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of The Episcopal Church encourages everyone to get the Covid vaccine when they are able to.

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