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​​​​​​​​​We are grateful.

We have many supporters. We are especially grateful for the financial support from the following congregations, organizations and individuals. Financial support from our donors and ministry partners provides a stipend for our Coordinator and allows us to do the work that we do in our communities.


  • Bethlehem Lutheran, Brainerd

  • First Lutheran, Duluth

  • Gloria Dei Lutheran, Duluth

  • Knife River Lutheran, Knife River

  • Bethesda Lutheran, Malmo

  • Hope Lutheran, Moose Lake

  • Our Redeemer Lutheran, Pine City​


  • Deaconess Community, ELCA

  • EcoFaith Network, Northeastern MN Synod, ELCA

  • Living Waters Conference, Northeastern MN Synod, ELCA

  • Minnesota Conference, UCC

  • Northeastern MN Synod, ELCA

  • Northwestern MN Synod, ELCA

  • Luther Seminary​


  • Deacon Krista Anderson

  • Rev. Dr. Catrina Ciccone & Sessily Watt

  • Dr. Mark Hollabaugh & Jon M. Moe

  • Multiple anonymous donors


  • Minnesota TRIO Association

  • Alexandria Technical & Community College

  • Breaking Free

  • Carlton County


Collaboration and partnership makes the work that we do possible. Together Here Ministries cooperates closely with other synodical programs and ministries.  We encourage you to explore opportunities with these ministries.

Through its Native Neighbor’s Table, the Northwestern Minnesota Synod has a similar ministry. Together Here Ministries partners with the Native Neighbor's Table through shared ministry opportunities.

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The EcoFaith Network of the Northeastern Minnesota Synod is a network of congregations and individuals who are “living out God’s call to be stewards of the earth ​for the sake of the whole creation.” Our two organizations have many overlapping concerns and initiatives.

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The ELCA American Indian/Alaska Native Lutheran Association is “An ELCA association created of vibrant communities of rich histories in our congregations made in the image of God and empowered by the Holy Spirit.”


Compelled by the love of Christ and sustained by community, the Deaconess Community of the ELCA works for justice and flourishing for all of God’s creation. The Deaconess Community provides financial support, accompaniment and opportunity to learn and grow together.

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