The Apostolic Lutheran Church of America is involved in and supports mission work both domestic and foreign. Learn more about the missions we have been called to here.
The Central Board of the Apostolic Lutheran Church of America is comprised of 9 members who are individually elected to 3 year terms by congregational delegates at our annual convention. Meet our current board members here.
The lectionary is a collection of readings from the Holy Bible. The readings are arranged by Sunday of the Church Year and include specific Holy Days. These scripture readings can be read at the weekly gather of Gods People or used for daily personal meditation.
The 2018 ALC calendar is now available to order and will be ready for shipment in December. Please visit the Book Concern page for order information.
What We Believe
The Apostolic Lutheran Church of America recognizes as true, the Christian Doctrine, based on the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible, the Lutheran Doctrine, and the Book of Concord, and the three ecumenical symbols: the Apostolic, the Nicene, the Athanasian [Creeds, as well as the], and the Augsburg Confessions, (those parts) which are in agreement with the Holy Bible and uphold the Confession of True Faith, and love as the greatest law.
All ritual and polity of the Church are to be…Read More
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