Crossroads Financial Opportunity Center Workshops

Financial Education Workshops for the month of August include credit reports and building or repairing credit. Participants also learned about establishing S.M.A.R.T. goals for short and long term financial goals and what they are important for remaining stable.  Finally, those who participated got a close look at how to keep their finances safe, how to guard against identity theft and manage risks by using insurance for an unexpected death or disability.

Call 419-475-3258 and talk to Megan about how to get registered for the next Crossroads Financial Opportunity Center workshops.

Volunteer Team from Cornerstone

A team of volunteers from Cornerstone Church served to enhance and greatly improve the landscape at the Advent Lutheran Center on Tuesday, July 19! It was a warm and sunny day as weeds were pulled, bushes trimmed, leaves raked and the result was a wonderful transformation. 

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What’s Next For Medicaid?

Over the last several months news reports have been filled with coverage of the federal legislative actions aimed at repealing and/or replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While currently unsuccessful, efforts to repeal and/or replace e the ACA have included provisions to drastically cut funding for our country’s Medicaid system. 

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Four Lutheran Agencies 21st Annual Golf Outing

For only the second time in its 21-year history, the weather started out being pretty awful and umbrellas were plentiful.  When the 16 of the original 20 teams finally teed off a little late on June 24 at Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green, it was still raining but soon the sun was out and it turned into a beautiful day.  Due to the inclement weather, there was no putting contest.

Twenty-eight beautiful and creative baskets were raffled off with the grand prize basket being a one-night stay at Maumee Bay Lodge, golf for two and Sunday brunch or breakfast for two.  

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Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio

Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio (LSSNWO) is a Christian agency founded in 1911 by the Fremont Conference of the American Lutheran Church. LSSNWO is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and recognized by the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). More than 200 Lutheran congregations in Northwestern Ohio are corporate members of LSSNWO. Lutheran Social Services also is a member of one of the nation’s largest service organization – Lutheran Services of America.