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Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
7 Apr
COVID-19: LWF offers liturgies for Holy Week and Easter
Easter, Easter Sunday, Good Friday, Maundy Thursday, Common Prayer, coronavirus, COVID19, Theology, LWF member churches, Communion, Worship, Lutheran theology
7 Apr
The LWF proposes the Holy Week and Easter Worship in a time of physical distancing in several languages [link] for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday.
Christians worldwide will pray the Lord's Prayer simultaneously at noon (CET+1) on Wednesday, 25 March. Photo by Amaury Gutierrez on Unsplash
24 Mar
United in the Lord's Prayer across the globe
COVID19, coronavirus, Ecumenical, ecumenism, Common Prayer, Pope, Pope Francis, Christianity, Communion Building, MC/COVID19
24 Mar
LWF General Secretary Rev. Dr Martin Junge has joined Pope Francis in a call that Christians worldwide pray the Lord's Prayer simultaneously on Wednesday, 25 March...
Bishops of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania and the Church of Sweden during their joint retreat in Moshi, Tanzania Photo: LWF
14 May
Tanzanian and Swedish church leaders hold joint retreat
Education, Common Prayer, service, ministry, Jesus, Member Churches, Women, Climate, Advocacy, Youth, Diakonia
14 May
Lutheran bishops from Sweden and Tanzania have met together to discern ways of supporting each other’s ministry through prayer, service and public witness.
The Lund Cross is a symbol of this milestone in ecumenial relations. It will be accessible to visitors and pilgrims in the chapel of the Ecumenical Center. Photo: LWF/S. Gallay
18 Jan
Lund Cross placed in chapel of the Ecumenical Center
Lund, Joint Commemoration of the Reformation, Ecumenical Centre, ecumenical relations, Joint Ecumenical Commemoration, Common Prayer, Reformation, From Conflict to Communion
18 Jan
The Salvadoran Cross created for the Joint Catholic-Lutheran Commemoration of the Reformation in Lund 2016 was placed in the chapel of the Ecumenical Center in Geneva, Switzerland, in a dedication...
The Catholic-Lutheran commemoration in Lund, Sweden, is an important opportunity for Catholics and Lutherans to remember that the reconciliation to which God calls them is for the unity of the Church of Christ and of the world. Photo: LWF/S. Gallay
4 Feb
‘What unites us is stronger than what divides us’
Lutheran-Roman Catholic dialogue, Lutheran-Roman Catholic Commission on Unity, Lund, Common Prayer, Commemoration, Reformation 2017, Reformation 500
4 Feb
Joint commemoration in Lund is a bold step to deepen relations between Lutherans and Catholics