The Lutheran Council of Great Britain produces information about its work and about the Lutheran community in Britain.
A booklet, Lutheran Churches in Britain - An Introduction, includes short sections on: Martin Luther and the development of the Lutheran churches; the history of Lutherans in Britain since the 17th century; what Lutherans believe; how Lutherans worship; the importance of music in the church; why Lutherans call themselves 'evangelical'; how the churches are organised; ecumenical relationships; the work of the Lutheran Council of Great Britain; and the role of the Lutheran World Federation. The booklet, which includes many colour photographs, is intended as a concise guide for those who want to know something about the Lutheran church in general or about its presence in Britain. For a complimentary copy, send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lutheran Link is the Council's newsletter for clergy, other interested Lutherans in Britain, and ecumenical and international contacts. It includes short articles about Lutheran activities in Britain, ecumenical news and practical information for Lutheran churches and congregations. You may download a web edition of The Lutheran Link.
The Council responds to enquiries received by post, telephone and email concerning various aspects of the Lutheran church.