Since 1984 the Anglican-Lutheran
Society has provided a meeting point where people can deepen their
knowledge and understanding of the Lutheran and Anglican traditions
within the Christian Church.
Membership is open to anyone willing to work and pray for the
unity of the Church, especially between Anglicans and Lutherans
world wide. Members are offered opportunities to meet for
worship and study, to get to know one another better and to support
each other in Christian witness and service.
We hope that you will enjoy
visiting these pages. If you would like to join the Society we
should be delighted to welcome you.
The next Annual General Meeting will be on Saturday 12th March
in the Anglican
Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Rue Capitaine Crespel 29, BRUSSELS,
starting at 10.00 and ending
If you are planning to
come please email Helen
Harding and let her know. It helps us with planning and catering.
For those staying overnight
in Brussels we hope to arrange an evening meal together on the
Saturday and to worship with a local congregation on the Sunday
For more details, and to
read accounts of previous Annual General Meetings, click here
Our next Conference will be in Visby, Sweden, 19th-23rd August
It was advertised to members in July 2015
and within a very short time was fully subscribed.
The theme is 'Churches: Constant
Yet Ever Changing' and as we approach the 500th anniversary
of the Reformation in 2017 we shall consider ways in which the
Church has always adapted so as to communicate the Christian faith
in ways appropriate to the times and contexts, abd continues to
do so today.
For more information click here.
Another Conference opportunity
that might interest anyone disappointed
at not being able to join us in Visby will be held at
Bildungshaus St Ursula in Erfurt, Germany
September - 3rd October 2016
The Theme is 'Reformation in a
It is being organised by the German Region
of the International Ecumenical Fellowship for their own members
and members of the Anglican-Lutheran Society.
You can find more information here
Conference in Hungary, 12th-16th September 2014.
Everyone seems to have found it a very good
and enjoyable event. The weather could have been kinder, but the
worship, presentations, outings, leisure times and accommodation
all combined to create a valuable programme. People came from
20 different countries, and representatives of a number of tiny
minority Churches were delighted
to be able to share their experience.
A brief report is available here.
You can download the presentations by clicking
on the links below.
Fabiny handout : and audio
Bouwman : Michael
Buda : Madeleine
Groeben : Jorge
You can also see a reaction to the whole conference
written by some of the Hungarian participants here