O Holy Night!

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He knows our need,
         to our weakness is no stranger.

There are times in everyone’s lives when our hearts ache. We have felt it ourselves. We have comforted loved ones. We have seen it in the eyes of strangers. LSS is here with tender and empathetic care to help in the time of need. LSS listens, guides and heals, allowing people of all ages, families of all kinds and communities of all sizes to move forward after pain, sorrow and crisis.

We pray in Jesus’ name that compassion be extended to those in need.

  • Bless the young man struggling with severe mental illness who is learning to make it on his own.
  • Bless the refugee father working toward a better life for his children.
  • Bless the young expecting mother making a plan for her unborn child.
  • Bless communities struck with disaster to heal and rebuild.

A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices,
For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn 

As we reflect on our own blessings, I invite you to join LSS in caring for others. Last year, LSS provided care and touched the lives of others 50,700 times. As federal and state government support declines, your prayers, support and gifts are needed more than ever. Whatever you can give at this time will be a blessing to those we serve.

May the joy, peace and comfort of the dear Savior’s birth reside in your heart both now and through the coming year.

Click here to give a financial gift this holy season. To learn more about needed in-kind gifts and volunteer opportunities, go to LssSD.org.

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