SEATTLE LAESTADIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
Who we are can be answered in two ways. On an individual basis we are young and old. We have a variety of everyday callings in life. Some are teachers, engineers, doctors, stay-at-home moms, students, tradesmen and of course some are now enjoying the retirement years. Most importantly we are individuals who have been called by the grace of God to be partakers of the hope of eternal life. We individually have been given grace to believe the forgiveness of our own sins in Jesus' name and blood. This grace has opened the door of heaven to us.
As a church, we are part of the Laestadian Lutheran Church. The Laestadian Lutheran Church (LLC) was organized on June 9, 1973, under the name "Association of American Laestadian Congregations" (AALC). The association changed its name in 1994 in order to better convey its spiritual heritage and the nature of its organization. The teachings of Laestadianism are based on the Bible and the Lutheran Confessions. Centermost among these teachings is the sermon of Jesus' suffering, death, and victorious resurrection. The work of Jesus Christ continues in this world as the work of the Holy Spirit in Christ's congregation. Thus, the Laestadian Lutheran Church teaches of God's kingdom and preaches repentance and the forgiveness of sins. We hold, in accord with the Lutheran Confessions, that the Bible is the highest guide and authority for Christian faith, doctrine and life.
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Services are regularly scheduled on Sundays and Bible Class is held on Wednesdays.
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