FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is the Lutheran World Federation?

The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) is a global communion of Christian churches in the Lutheran tradition. Founded in 1947 in Lund, Sweden, the LWF now has 140 member churches in 78 countries all over the world representing nearly 66.7 million Christians. More information on the offical website: www.lutheranworld.org
2. What is LWF youth?

LWF Youth is a desk in the Department for Mission and Development of the Lutheran World Federation. On the other hand, LWF Youth is the communion of young people in Lutheran churches worldwide. This blog tries to strengthen the connections between youth and young adults. The strategic focus of the LWF Youth Desk is to enhance the partcipation of young people in all aspects of church life including decision-making. More information…

3. How can I get in contact with a Lutheran youth group?

On the Links-page you find websites of some Lutheran youth organizations but unfortunately not many. If you don’t find your country please contact us by email and we will make a connection close to you.

4. Your blog is nice but how can I be in regular contact?

The LWF Youth Desk publishes an email newsletter every month. It contains the basic information and invitations to international and ecumenical events. If you want to receive it please contact us here.

5. How do I use the RSS (Real Simple Syndication)?

A great way to stay connected to the young Lutheran communion is using RSS. You just need to click on the “Feed on” buttons at the top of every page in the blog and select your RSS-reader. Here is a quite simple way to explain it: RSS-Feeds.