Iglesia Luterana Costarricense

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The Costa Rican Lutheran Church has the honor of receiving Mission Trips, sisters and brothers who give us a possibility to share how the Lord is guiding us to build a holistic mission of Word, Sacrament and Service, a mission that we; as a Lutherans and Christians, have been called.

In Acts 2:46 to 47 we read:

“Day by day, as they spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having the goodwill of all the people. And day by day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved”

Over the past years, the Costa Rican Lutheran Church had the joy and challenge of hosting groups on Mission Trips from the Evangelical Lutheran Church of United States, Sweden and Germany. These visits pretend to involve the team members in connecting their travel experiences to their ongoing life of faith, through an immersion in ILCOs Communities of Faith, where they are challenged to view their own activities in relation to God´s activities in Christ's name.

english35During the visit of Faith Lutheran Church of Minnesota to Costa Rica in 2010, the ceremony “Sowing for the Future” was performed in honor of the work that the Costa Rican Lutheran Church has done on both Social and Environmental issues.

This event took place at the Earth University in Guácimo located in Limon The delegation from Minnesota donated a tree to represent a new life for the future. This symbolic act is also a concrete and effective action to address climate change and to mitigate greenhouse gases.

english34The ILCO is pleased to observe the impact that its day care center “Casa Abierta”, or Open House, is having in the La Carpio community. Inaugurated a year ago, this day care center offers a fully integrated program of child care, education, and proper nutrition to young children.
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In this way, it alleviates the tremendous burden of low income families and single mothers, of finding reliable care for their children while the parents work. Today, these families can count on the center's safe and welcoming environment to help them guide their children's emotional and spiritual development, and strengthen their capacity to learn.
Mrs. Ana Yensy Rivera, the Director of La Carpio's Open House points out the following

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