Lutheran Church dates back to the Protestant Reformation in 16th century Germany and gets its name from Martin Luther. Lutheranism is a branch of the Christian Church rooted in the scriptures, refined by our confessional documents, and defined by our faith in the Triune God, who is loving, forgiving, and filled with endless grace.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada consists of 490+ member congregations, five regional synods, and a national church organization with offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The British Columbia Synod is a regional expression of the ELCIC that serves and connects together over 40 member congregations throughout the entire province.
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