At First Lutheran there are many opportunities to serve in the church, the community and the world.  


Ways We Transform Lives

Following Christ’s example to show love by assisting globally to reduce poverty, serving nationally to help those in need and working locally to reduce hunger and homelessness.

Our goals are to focus on feeding the hungry and fighting homelessness while offering other opportunities to serve and to invite others to participate in this faith community.    We also focus on children and other general ministries.


Endowment is Telling Your Faith Story Beyond Your Lifetime

FLC General Endowment fund was created 1990 to provide members and friends a special opportunity to continue its mission of outreach far into the future. Contributions to this fund are maintained in perpetuity but the interest helps provide financial strength to the Church’s vision and community needs beyond the annual budget. Since its creation we have added a second directed endowment in 1996 called the Taylor Moser Youth Fund to benefit the children and youth of FLC. Both funds have generated valuable support for our community. A third fund was added in 1999, the Milli Link Fund, which is a scholarship fund for students studying organ at three universities. Funds are distributed annually through a grant process evaluated by a six member endowment committee. For more information click on the topics below: 

1. Grant process
2. 2021 Grant Application Link
3. How to support endowment
4. General Endowment Fund
5. T. Moser Youth Fund
6. Milli Link Fund
7. FLC Endowment Video

Congratulations 2021 Milli Link Scholarships winners!

The Endowment Committee has chose three individuals to receive the Milli Link Scholarship for students who are studying organ performance in college. The Milli Link Endowment Scholarship was started in 1999 when husband, Ken Link, created an endowment to honor his wife who enjoyed music and performing. Our winners are:

Bridget Deveney- East Carolina University 2nd year Master’s student
Jonghee Yoon- East Carolina University 1st year Master’s student
Tyler Durkee- University of North Carolina Greensboro- Undergraduate Sophomore student


First Lutheran church participates in many kinds of ministries in the fight against hunger here and around the world.  Listed here are many of these efforts and how you can get involved.

View this year's Hope Fest 4 Hunger event here.   With the blessing of several recent donations, Hope Fest 4 Hunger will be able to donate $24,000 to fight hunger locally! Thanks to everyone who made this year’s virtual event an amazing success so that we can make a real difference to our neighbors in need, and thanks to the Holy Spirit for inspiring us all.  Missed the event? Check it out on our Hopefest4Hunger website.  


First Lutheran is dedicated to fighting homelessness in the community and around the world.  If you are interested in joining the fight click here for a list organizations/programs First Lutheran supports.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro now allowing volunteers!
Habitat for Humanity is now allowing small groups of up to 8 people volunteer onsite. Please let Laura Shearin-Feimster know if you are interested in volunteering! ( , 252-531-3417).


Here are ways we serve children, seniors and provide handmade gifts of love and caring to our community and the world.