Tirzah Krey serves the Lord through
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in the Latin America and Caribbean region, based in the Dominican Republic. In her role as regional human care coordinator, Tirzah works alongside pastors, deaconesses and seminary students to promote community health and complete congregation health visits. She also coordinates community health initiatives and fairs near the region’s mission plants, conducts well-child checks, and teaches health education in Lutheran and public elementary schools. In addition, Tirzah serves with regional leadership to care and advocate for
the missionaries and their families in all aspects of their physical, spiritual and emotional health.
Tirzah was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Her home congregation is Messiah Lutheran Church, Seattle. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing (B.S.N.) from the University of Windsor. Tirzah worked at Harper University Hospital, Detroit, for two years before serving in Latin America. She also previously worked with
Bethesda Lutheran Communities’ camps for adults with disabilities.
Tirzah is currently studying to become a deaconess through the
distance master’s program at Concordia Theological Seminary,
Fort Wayne. She also enjoys traveling, reading and spending
time with family.
Pray for Tirzah as she serves the churches and people in
the Latin America and Caribbean region, and especially as she
continues to acclimate to life in the Dominican Republic. In addition,
ask God to give her strength and endurance as she studies to become
a deaconess. Give thanks to God for Tirzah and her faithful service, as she serves God’s people throughout this part of the world.
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