Concordia Lutheran Conference

the Concordia Lutheran Conference

Classification

Lutheran

Orientation

confessional Lutheran

Polity

congregational

Leader

Rev. Edward J. Worley

Associations

7 mission stations in Russia and Nigeria

Geographical area

United States, especially Illinois, Washington, Oregon, and Arizona

Origin

1951, 1957

Minnesota

Separated from

Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod as The Orthodox Lutheran Conference

Congregations

6

Ministers

6

Official Website

http://www.concordialutheranconf.com

The Concordia Lutheran Conference is a small organization of Lutheran churches in the United States which formed in 1957. It was a reorganization of some of the churches of the Orthodox Lutheran Conference, which had been formed in 1951 following a break with Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. It is the remaining successor of the Orthodox Lutheran Conference. The current president is the Reverend Edward J. Worley, pastor of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Seattle, Washington. It is in fellowship with 7 mission congregations in Russia and Nigeria.

From: Wikipedia



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