Evangelical Lutheran Church—Synod of France

Église Évangélique Luthérienne—Synode de France (EEL-SF)

History:
The Synod formed in 1927 by congregations founded during the 19th century when people left the State Lutheran Church in Alsace Lorraine for doctrinal reasons. Outreach started before and after World War II. The Synod supports francophone churches in Central Africa and is involved in leadership training in West Africa.

Contact Information: Profile:
Église Évangélique Luthérienne—Synode de France
14 rue du Pasteur Schroeder
67340 Schillersdorf
France
Phone: 03-88-89-4821
Email: president.eelsf@orange.fr
Website: www.eglise-lutherienne.org
Parishes: 9
Congregations: 10
Baptized Members: 821
Communicant Members: 554
Active Pastors: 8
President: Rev. Martin Jautzy