ELCICEvangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
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The motion stipulates that the General Synod express its gratitude for and accept the gift of the offer by Muslim leaders; that the Anglican Church of Canada join other signatories to "A Common Word" via the signature of the primate; and that the church and ELCIC jointly initiate a program of ecumenical Christian-Muslim engagement in receptive communities across Canada based on this model.
In the dozen years since full communion between the ELCIC and the ACC was established, both churches have been growing into the agreement and its implications for their respective ecclesial lives.
Nationally, there are plans for the ACC's General Synod and the ELCIC's National Convention to have a single, "fully integrated" gathering in Ottawa in 2013, including joint worship, Bible studies, and keynote speakers.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) practices communion to the sick, provided that it is seen as an extension of the Sunday worship.
Once again Bishop Sartison of the ELCIC was present, this time in the company of Bishop Anthony Tonnos of the Catholic diocese of Hamilton.
The ELCIC is Canada's largest Lutheran church with a membership of 188,654.
Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), was born on a farm in Neidpath, Saskatchewan.
The National Anglican and Lutheran Worship Conference is a "biennial gathering of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) and the Anglican Church of Canada, in the spirit of the full communion relationship between the two churches.
of the Praise Offering each year be designated for the following ministries of the ELCIC: Discipleship and worship, Mis sion on the Campus, and Mission in the World, with the funds in excess of this goal to be des ignated by the national ELW board;
Johnson, national bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), issued a joint statement, seeking prayers for those who died, their families, those who were injured but survived the crash, those conducting services of remembrance, the medical teams and first responders who cared for the victims, and "the very wide community" of the Humboldt Broncos.
Leaders of the Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) asked for prayers with the approach of National Housing Day 2017, November 22, and the expected announcement of a national housing strategy by the federal government.
The five were representing the ELCIC at the German church's Reformation Summer, which marked the 500th anniversary of that event.