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.
Our next Annual General Meeting is on Saturday 7th March 2015,
It will be held in London in the church
of St George the Martyr in Borough High Street in the heart of
The theme of the day will be 'Pilgrimage'.
We also have to elect a new Executive
Committee to guide us during the coming three years, so it is
a very important meeting.
For the programme and details about
how to find the church please click here.
Our recent conference in Hungary, 12th-16th September.
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
Our Annual Meeting for 2014
took place on 8th March
in Liverpool, UK.
was a great occasion. We were introduced to aspects of ecumenism
in that great city in the north-west of England, considered some
issues surrounding the celebration of liturgy in a Post-Modern
society, and faced up to the challenge of mission in the UK’s
post-Christian era. We also enjoyed a short business meeting,
meeting and worshipping together and the wonderful hospitality
of the Gustaf Adolf Church.
read all about it, click here.