06321 Blue Star Memorial Hwy
South Haven, MI 49090
(269) 637-4104
 
Providing Funding and Opportunities Beyond the Congregation
The Mission Endowment Fund provides financial support for ministries outside the operating budget of the congregation for new ministries and also provides scholarships to high school and college students seeking to further their education.  Funds making up the Mission Endowment Fund have come from donors, from Peace Lutheran disciple gifts, and from memorials after funerals.
If you are looking to leave an impact on the community of South Haven or Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church, please consider an estate gift or bequest to the Mission Endowment Fund in your will.  Contact the Church Office for more information.

Fund Distributions

These are the ways in which the Mission Endowment Fund distributions are made:

CONGREGATIONAL MISSIONS

Distributions in this category consist of scholarships for high school or college students as well as new ministries of the congregation.
SEE BELOW FOR APPLICATION GUIDELINES

COMMUNITY AND REGION OUTREACH

Social Service Agencies, Non-profits, seminaries and colleges of the ELCA, community needs, and local community organizations are invited to apply for grants each year for their work.
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ELCA MISSIONS - DOMESTIC OR ABROAD

Part of the distributions can contain funding for ELCA missions and ministries either here in the United States or abroad for new mission development.

A COMBINATION OF EACH

!/4 of the distributions made can be split between all three of the previous categories.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

The information here pertains to scholarships for high school and college students.

Am I Eligible?

Applicants for the Mission Endowment Fund Scholarships must be either high school or college students that meet the criteria listed on the right.

Preference will be given to an applicant who is a member of Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church in South Haven, Michigan.

Successful recipients will be eligible to apply for funding for up to three years. Applicants will be considered in the general pool annually.
Students must enroll in an accredited college, university, seminary, technical or vocational school full time. A full time student is one who fulfills the credit hour requirement of government sponsored financial aid programs for full time students.
Demonstrates academic achievement and potential for continued academic success. A minimum of a 3.0 GPA is required.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or an equivalent measure.
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