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.
Søren Kierkegaard 200 Anniversary
will take place at The Danish
Church in London on 28 April 2013. For details click here.
Proposed Visit to Iceland
Members are invited to meet their
fellow members in Iceland early in September 2013. Click here
for more information.
The Poorvo Research
Liturgy in Ecumenical
A conference at Westcott House,
Friday 20th September –
Sunday 22nd September, 2013
Speakers will include: the Rev
Prebendary Paul Avis, the Rev Dr Jamie Hawkey, Professor Jyrki
Knuutila, the Rev Dr Jeremy Morris, Dr Bridget Nichols, the Rev
Dr Marit Rong, the Rev Dr Jaakko Rusama, and the Rev Dr Boel Hossjer
Full details on the News
and Forthcoming events page
Annual Meeting, 9th March 2013
This was a most enjoyable occasion.
The business meeting received reports from the officers and National
Co-ordinators, and elected the Rev Dr Jaakko Rusama and the Rt
Rev Michael Ipgrave as Co-Moderators, and Canon Dick Lewis as
Thanks were expressed to our retiring
Co-Moderators, Bishops Rupert Hoare and Jana Jeruma-Grinberga,
and to our Secretary, Dr Roy Long.
The afternoon session on 'Christian
Community: Being and Acting', at which the contributors were Dr
Peta Dunstan and Dr Dominik Klenk, stimulated some lively discussion
Turn to the AGM
page for a full account of the meeting and access to the presentations.
New Conference Venture Judged a
Our exciting conference in Mirfield,
West Yorkshire, England, ran from 3rd to 7th September, 2012 at
the Anglican College of the Resurrection at Mirfield, Yorkshire,
Entitled 'Life Together : Christian
Ministry in Tomorrow's World', the programme was designed to help
people from all church affiliations who are either in training
for, or recently embarked upon an authorised ministry of some
kind, lay or ordained, to face up to the challenges of the next
few decades. Judging from the feedback we have received it seems
to have been a success.
For a fuller account of what went
on, and to read the presentations for yourself, click here
You can catch a glimpse of what
went on by looking at the four daily bulletins issued during the
And for some useful links and
a PowerPoint click here
and go to the 'Presentations' page.