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The Laestadian Lutheran Church (LLC) is a nonprofit corporation organized exclusively for religious purposes and is qualified as an exempt organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The LLC is the central organization of 32 member Laestadian Lutheran congregations in North America. The operations of the LLC are structured around four main areas of work in serving its membership and promoting its mission (see “Our Mission”). The areas of work are defined as follows:

Christian Education

Different programs that teach, instruct and guide both the youth and elderly of our congregation. These include Sunday school, Bible study, confirmation, youth camp programs; educational resources; camp facilities; Opisto scholarship program.

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Mission Work

Domestic and foreign mission trip coordination, supportive resources and media resource development.

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Pastoral Work

Sacred Acts, pastor support, spiritual counseling, resource to member congregations.

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A variety of publications to support the work of the LLC in furtherance of its Mission Statement.

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General Operations support the noted areas of work in finance, technology, and administration.

Board of Trustees

The LLC Board of Trustees consists of 15 members representing member congregations allocated to three regions of the North American continent – Eastern, Midwestern, and Western. Trustees serve for three-year terms and are elected annually at the Annual Meeting. The Board of Trustees meets regularly five times throughout the year.

Board Committees

A Board Committee structure closely involves trustees in the work of the LLC and provides direction and support to staff. Each committee is comprised of at least three trustees, along with staff/directors associated with the committee’s areas of responsibility. Board Committees currently are as follows: Personnel, Finance, Christian Education, Mission Work, Pastoral Work, Publications.

LLC Staff

The LLC employs both full- and part-time personnel in areas of pastoral support, mission work, Christian education, publications, and administration. Staff works closely with the Board of Trustees and coordinates and relies upon the service of numerous volunteers in carrying out its duties and responsibilities.

Other Boards and Committees

 The LLC Board of Trustees appoints boards of directors to oversee operations of each of the LLC camp facilities:

  • Hasscib Lake Camp, Champion, Michigan
  • Kamp Kipa, Prescott, Arizona
  • Stony Lake Camp, Park Rapids, Minnesota

Other committees include:

  • Mission Committees for each of three North American regions
  • Scholarship Selection Committee to support the Opisto Scholarship Program
  • Music Committee, a subcommittee of the Publications Committee
  • Humanitarian Aid Committee

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