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Lutherans in the UK are part of the LWF’s singing communion in Advent 2020

Today the Lutheran World Federation's Advent calendar takes people to the Lutheran Church in Great Britain singing, "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel." Sings Revd Paulina Hlawiczka, soprano and pastor at Trinity Leicester-Nottingham, St Paul’s Corby, and chaplain at the multi-faith student’s chaplaincy at Nottingham University.   The video highlights…
8 December 2020

Trinity & St Paul’s Advent Bible Study from Thu 26th Nov

Join Trinity & St Paul's Advent Bible Study, 4 weeks - every Thursday - 6:30pm. First meeting this coming Thursday 26th Nov. We meet online via GoToMeeting platform. For the details of the online meeting email Anita - In this week's Bible Study, we reflect on how the biblical…
25 November 2020

Lutherans and Anglicans shared their vision for communion

The LCiGB together with other representatives of the Churches of the Porvoo Communion participated in an on-line theological conference and in the Porvoo Contact Group on-line meeting on October 7-8. The Porvoo Communion is a communion of Churches that have signed an agreement to "share a common life in mission…
29 October 2020

Trinity Leicester-Nottingham Harvest Sunday and Black History Month

Trinity Leicester-Nottingham is to give thanks for this year's harvest, and to share their experiences regarding the Black History Month (October) on Sunday 18th Oct 12:30pm. "We will pray with thanksgiving for: the gift of food, and God's creation around us; all who take part in different activities to raise…
17 October 2020

Opening Service at LWF European Church Leadership Consultation

The LCiGB looked forward to hosting Lutheran World Federation (LWF) European Church Leadership Consultation in Oxford in September. Unfortunatelly due to Covid-19 pandemics this was not possible, but we had a privledge to prepare the Opening Service for the virtual leadersip meeting. Follow the service and short sermon by the Rt…
27 September 2020

Black Lives Matter: A Statement from the LCiGB

You are all one in Christ Jesus /Galatians 3:28d/ The Lutheran Church in Great Britain stands with the global Black Lives Matter movement following the cruel death of African American George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. We strive to see the end of systemic racism and the enduring…
7 July 2020

Zoom-Synod on June 27th

For the first time in the history of the Lutheran Church in Great Britain, the 59th Synod meeting (AGM) will be arranged by zoom. The decided theme for the meeting has for a long time been: "Building on the Roots of our Faith: A New Era for the LCiGB". The experiences from…
26 June 2020