We give thanks to God for the compassion and dedication of the students at Trinity Lutheran Christian School in Amarillo, Texas, who marched around the Amarillo Zoo on March 9, and raised more than $1,200 for tornado victims. Their funds will enable our Synod’s disaster response ministry to support local congregational relief efforts for recent tornado victims.
By surpassing their goal of $650, Principal Rick Ryan dressed up as a tiger, the school’s mascot, and marched through the halls of Trinity Lutheran Monday donning orange and black stripes.
Congratulations to Trinity Lutheran Christian School!
- Read more in the local Amarillo news article “Children raise money for disaster response.”
- Learn about the most recent LCMS outreach through acts of mercy in local disaster response for tornado victims in Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana and Kentucky.
- Meet the family of Trinity Lutheran Christian School in Amarillo, Texas; visit http://www.trinitylutheranschool.org.
- Join in supporting the disaster response efforts of the LCMS; visit http://www.lcms.org/disaster to learn how.