Find out more about the origins of the Lutheran Church and what it is doing today.
Our life in Jesus Christ in the New England Synod of the ELCA is characterized both by a spirit of remarkable openness to
Gospel transformation and a commitment to the rich tradition of our Lutheran heritage. We are on an exciting journey with
the Holy Spirit to strengthen our witness of faith and service in this beautiful part of the world.
Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts
from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other
places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live.
A society of pastors and lay people committed to preserving and promoting the historic liturgy of the Church of the
Augsburg Confession; founded by Rev. Jack Whritenour.
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Ordained to the Ministry of the Word and the sacraments in Christ's Church and called to such an office in Lutheran
churches, and so committed to work toward the confessional and spiritual renewal of the Lutheran churches, we form
together a ministerium to be known as the Society of the Holy Trinity.
Together, as one organization, we will have the resources to serve Lutheranstheir families, communities and churches
better than ever before. We are proud of our Lutheran tradition and our Christian valuesthe same tradition and values
that are at the foundation of our new, combined organization. Together, we will be able to serve more people and meet
Valley Interfaith Caregivers, a Faith in Action program, is a network of trained volunteers who provide support services and
companionship to elderly and disabled residents living in the six towns of lower Naugatuck valley. Towns in our service area
include Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, Seymour, Oxford, and Beacon Falls, CT. Services that are provided include friendly
visiting; medical transportation; shopping; light housework; help with paperwork; and referral to additional community
resources and services. All services are provided free of charge to the recipients. Our mission is to help fill the unmet
needs of these individuals, allowing them to remain independent and in their own homes as long as possible and avoid
institutional care. Our program is supported by 15 member congregations in the region, both financially and through their
volunteers. The office of Valley Interfaith Caregivers is located in Trinity Lutheran Church, and we are very proud to
provide for this local Faith in Action program.
Welcome to Women of the ELCA, the women's organization of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Together, this
network of nearly 500,000 women makes a difference in the world because God has made a difference in their lives.