Who is The AALC?
The American Association of Lutheran Churches (The AALC) is an association of churches and individuals who have voluntarily joined together to:
- Encourage and equip churches to carry out Mission and Ministry in their location.
- Help churches and pastors communicate the changeless Gospel to an ever changing culture.
- Train Lutheran Pastors (strengthen pastors to strengthen congregations).
Questions Frequently Asked about The AALC
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- Who is The AALC?
- What is distinctive about The AALC?
- Does The AALC offer a Benefits package for its pastors?
- What are the financial obligations for joining The AALC?
- Does The AALC have a seminary?
- How does a congregation call a pastor in The AALC?
- Does The AALC ordain women as pastors?
- What roles can women serve in AALC congregations?
- Does The AALC address social issues?
- How does The AALC operate?
- How does a church join The AALC?
- Do you practice open or closed communion?