TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
Lyamanyaki Lutheran Parish Tanzania, Africa
Trees planted by Trinity Members in 2010.
Lyamanyaki orphans supported by Trinity Members.
Bill Davis, Jim & Mary Duda visit.
Mary & Jim Duda participate in a Lyamanyaki celebration.
“When companions engage one another in authentic relationships, everyone's lives are changed."
Companion synod relationships of the ELCA connect Lutheran churches throughout the world with ELCA synods and congregations. These relationships are concrete expressions of the communion and fellowship with the more than 140 Lutheran member churches of The Lutheran World Federation. Each of the 65 synods has at least one international church companion and many have additional relationships, resulting in more than 120 companion synod relationships.
These relationships are rooted in “accompaniment,” which promotes the values of mutuality, inclusivity, vulnerability, empowerment and sustainability. Through the program, companion churches and ELCA synods nurture and strengthen one another for life and ministry through prayer, study, communication, exchange of visitors and sharing of resources.
We are a church that believes God is calling us into the world — together. Companion church relationships enrich and deepen our ministries by exposing us to global challenges and perspectives as we seek to work with one another to build up the body of Christ and the world.
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