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  • give25

    May 05, 2017

    Through the give25 campaign, we are seeking $25 per month from 1000 donors. We're looking for 10 donors from each of 100 LCC congregations to commit in 2017.

    Prayerfully consider becoming a partner in 'forming servants for Jesus' sake.'
    Simply go to our new giving platform to join today. www.concordiasem.ab.ca/give25 

    For more information or if you have questions, contact Rhonda at rbuck@concordiasem.ab.ca or 780-474-1468 ext 225.

    I want to participate in give25 but I don't 'do' online... We have other options to join the give25 campaign.  We can setup pre-authorized debit (PAD).  Simply complete the PAD form or send in a VOID cheque and your designated donation will be processed on the 15th of each month.

    Sign up today!
    www.concordiasem.ab.ca/donate/documents/PADfillable.pdf

     

     

  • Subscribe to Tapestry Magazine

    March 20, 2016
    Tapestry is a faith-based magazine written by women for women. If you would like to subscribe to Tapestry ($10/yr) please call the church office at 780 488 7967 or call Edna Abel at 780 489 3926. Tapestry is also available in an electronic version ($8/yr) sent by email. The subscription year runs from fall through to the next summer but partial year subscriptions may be purchased should you order a mid-subscription year.
  • Lutheran Historical Institute

    March 29, 2014

    The Lutheran Historical Institute is housed at the Alberta-British Columbia District office of Lutheran Church-Canada (LCC) on the campus of Concordia University College of Alberta.  Records held at the Lutheran Historical Institute (LHI) begin around 1892 and include administrative records and photographs of the Synodical office of LCC, the Alberta-British Columbia District of LCC, the Central District of LCC, and a number of congregations, Concordia University College of Alberta, Concordia Lutheran Seminary Edmonton, Lutheran Women’s Missionary League, Lutheran Layman’s League, Lutheran Association of Missionary Pilots, personal papers of officers, professors, pastors and laypersons.  The Special Collections library consists of books, periodicals and various publications relating to the history of Lutheranism in North America dating from the 1500’s.  The holdings also include a number of artifacts and audiovisual materials.

    Mission Statement

    To encourage discovery of the foundations of the Lutheran faith in Canada, the Lutheran Historical Institute serves the Lutheran Church-Canada, its congregations, institutions and communities by:

    • acquiring and preserving the cultural properties of relevance to Lutheran Church-Canada
    • fostering cumulative memory
    • protecting vital records
    • promoting Lutheran heritage    
    • making the holdings available to those interested through research and exhibits.

    Vision Statement

    The purpose of the Lutheran Historical Institute is to foster the study of Lutheranism in Canada, provide a Canadian perspective to Lutheran studies in North American and world Lutheranism and to bring LHI into the mainstream of academic life at Concordia University of Alberta and Concordia Lutheran Seminary.

    Membership

    Please consider joining us and becoming a member.  Your membership assists LHI in helping to preserve the past for better understanding of the present and for planning for the future.

    Individual Membership            $20.00

    Congregational Membership $100.00

     

    Volunteer

    If you would like to join us in preserving this collection please contact us at 780 474-8156 for details.

     

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