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Evangelical Lutheran Church of England

The Evangelical Lutheran Church of England (ELCE) is a confessional Lutheran synod in the United Kingdom. It has congregations in England, Wales and Scotland.

The ELCE's oldest congregations date back to 1896, and the ELCE itself was founded in 1954. It currently has 19 congregations and missions,[1] and a seminary, Westfield House, in Cambridge. Together, there are about 2.000 baptized members.[2]

The ELCE is a member of the European Lutheran Conference and of the International Lutheran Council.


  • Congregations 1
    • England 1.1
      • Greater London 1.1.1
      • East of England 1.1.2
      • South East England 1.1.3
      • South West England 1.1.4
      • West Midlands 1.1.5
      • North East England 1.1.6
    • Scotland 1.2
    • Wales 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4



Greater London

East of England

  • Ascension; Brandon.[8] Website:[5]
  • Resurrection Lutheran Church; Cambridge.[9] Website:[6]
  • Redeemer Lutheran Church; Harlow.[10]
  • Ipswich Lutheran Mission.[11]
  • Norwich Lutheran Mission.[12]

South East England

  • Our Saviour Lutheran Church; Fareham.[13] Website:[7]
  • Brighton Lutheran Mission.[14] Website:[8]
  • Oxford Lutheran Mission.[15]
  • Rainham Lutheran Mission.[16] Website:[9]

South West England

West Midlands

  • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Coventry.[20] Website:[11]

North East England



  • St David Lutheran Church; Cardiff.[23] Website:[13]

See also


  1. ^ Directory of ELCE congregations and missions
  2. ^ LWF Statistics 2009
  3. ^ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church; TOttenham, London
  4. ^ Luther-Tyndale Memorial Church; Kentish Town
  5. ^ St Andrew's Lutheran Church; Ruislip
  6. ^ Christ Lutheran Church, Petts Wood
  7. ^ St Paul's Lutheran Church; Borehamwood
  8. ^ Ascension; Brandon
  9. ^ Resurrection Lutheran Church; Cambridge
  10. ^ Redeemer Lutheran Church; Harlow
  11. ^ Ipswich Lutheran Mission
  12. ^ Norwich Lutheran Mission
  13. ^ Our Saviour Lutheran Church; Fareham
  14. ^ Brighton Lutheran Mission
  15. ^ Oxford Lutheran Mission
  16. ^ Rainham Lutheran Mission
  17. ^ St Peter's Lutheran Church; Plymouth
  18. ^ Bristol Lutheran Mission
  19. ^ Cheltenham Lutheran Mission
  20. ^ Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Coventry
  21. ^ St Timothy's Lutheran Church, Sunderland
  22. ^ St Columba Lutheran Church; East Kilbride
  23. ^ St David Lutheran Church; Cardiff

External links

  • ELCE website
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