National Bishop Susan Johnson of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada along with Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls of the Anglican Church of Canada have written to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following the synagogue shooting in East Jerusalem on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
ELCIC and ACC leaders write to the church in advance of World Food Day
National Bishop Susan Johnson of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada along with Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls of the Anglican Church of Canada have written to the church in advance of World Food Day on October 16.
ELCIC National Bishop joins ecumenical leaders in writing to the Prime Minister
ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson has joined with Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Church leaders in sending a letter to the Prime Minister, expressing support for permanent residency for migrant workers and the regularization of undocumented migrants.
ELCIC National Bishop writes to the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations
ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson has written to the Minister of Crown–Indigenous Relations, The Honourable Marc Miller, MP, encouraging resolution of the Stoney Knoll First Nation land claim.
ELCIC Bishop apologizes to 2SLGBTQIA+ community
“Today I apologize to the members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community for the ways that we have not lived up to our commitments and to the ways we have treated you in the past and even now,” Bishop Susan Johnson shared.
Evolving ministry in IELU sees new classrooms nearing completion
For many years, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) has been in partnership with Iglesia Evangelica Luterana Unida (IELU). This church-to-church relationship, also known as a bilateral relationship, is one of the many ways the ELCIC lives out its call to ministry in the area of Global Mission.
“I have seen the Lord.”
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada National Bishop Susan Johnson and Anglican Church of Canada Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls share an Easter message reminding us of the hope, joy and promise of the risen Christ.
A Joint Christmas Message From the Primate and National Bishop
When we remember 2021, we will remember the pandemic and its global effects as wave after wave of illness, lockdowns, missed events and lost opportunities washed over us.