The North Carolina Men in Mission



Our Mission

The Mission of the NCLMM is to support men in their spiritual growth and in their social and intellectual development as they strive to deepen their commitment to Christ and to their families; and to provide strength and support as they grow in the life of the Church and its evangelical mission.

NCLMM Events

The 2015 NCLMM Gathering will held on Saturday, April 18, 2015. All times will be the same as last year. Please click here for details or click here for the Registration Form.
Elbert McCray passed away this week at the age of 89. - Obituary
More NCLMM 2015 Gathering Information
Be a Hero - Become a member of the North Carolina Lutheran Men in Mission Extra Miler Program.
Please Visit the Home Mission Foundation website.

NCLMM Executive Board Meeting schedule:

*Please Note: All meetings will start at 9:00am unless otherwise noted
A Request for Annoucements - If your men's group is planning an event or would like to celebrate a recent event, please let us know. We will post celebrations for four weeks and future events from date of receipt until the event date. Pictures are welcome! We are here to serve you and your men's group.

One Year to Live Retreat

"Both the NCLMM and the SCLMM are hosting a One Year to Live Retreatat Lutheridge in Arden, NC on May 15-17. The retreat is open to all men age 18 and over. The retreat is designed to help men build real friendships and achieve a closer relationship with Christ. The local church LMM group sponsoring the retreat is Grace Lutheran in Hendersonville, NC and all funding for the retreat is being handled through Grace.
Please review the information in the attached brochure, ONE LIFE to LIVE. Contact either Hal Derrick (571-528-8636), halderrick@gmail.com Jimmy Smith(803-730-4637), JASMITH527@windstream.net for any addition information or questions regarding the retreat. The registration deadline is May 10. Scholarship funds are available through the NCLMM and SCLMM state groups if someone is not able to cover the $150 cost for the retreat."