Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference. CELC
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Box 1 contains file folders 1-27 from series 1-4.
Scope and Contents This series contains documents relating to the history of the Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference. Included are the articles of incorporation of the CELC, numerous revisions of the CELC constitution, a history of the ELS-WELS Confessional Forum, minutes from CELC Planning Committee meetings, and financial records for the CELC. Files included in this sereis are: 1. The history of the CELC, including its articles of incorporation 2. Revisions of the CELC...
Scope and Contents This series contains documents pertaining to the first two conventions of the CELC: its constituting convention in Germany in 1993, and its second convention in Puerto Rico in 1996. Included are registration forms for participants in both conferences, information on each of the conventions, brief delegate biographies, and a photo album from the constituting convention of 1993. Also included are records, minutes, and essays from the CELC European Regional Meeting held in Sweden in 1995....
Scope and Contents This series contains extensive correspondence relating to the founding and initial conventions of the CELC. The majority of the correspondence in this series was written by or addressed to Professor Wilbert Gawrisch, the first president of the CELC. File folders in this series are: 18 CELC Correspondence: 1986 – February 199319 CELC Correspondence: March 1993 – July 199420 CELC Correspondence: August 1994 – October 199521 CELC Correspondence:...
Scope and Contents This series contains documents pertaining to various Lutheran organizations around the world. These organizations include: 1) The Lutheran Confessional Synod – A synod formed by one individual congregation which broke from the ELCA.2) The Evangelish-Lutherischen Freikirche (ELFK) – A German church body in fellowship with the WELS and a member of the CELC. 3) WELS Southeast Asian Missions – WELS missions in Southeast Asia did not participate in the founding of...