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The Indiana District is one of 35 districts of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. The Indiana District is NOT the administrative office in Ft. Wayne, but it consists of LCMS congregations, schools and called workers in the entire state of Indiana as well as in 37 counties of northern Kentucky. The administrative office functions primarily to faithfully promote confessional unity in Christ and His Word, carrying out this task not only within the District but also in conjunction with the Synod and each of the other Districts.

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Indiana District Gives Thanks Following Convention

The churches of the Indiana District give thanks for a successful District Convention this past week and look forward to the new triennium.  Around 400 people were in attendance at the Grand Wayne Center in Fort Wayne for the Indiana District's 23rd District...

Register Now for Summer Administrators Conference!

Registration for this year's Summer Administrators Conference is still open!   The deadline for reserving a hotel room at the discounted rate is THIS TUESDAY!   July 19 - Pre-Conference Innovations 12:00-2:00 Business Managers Luncheon - Free for Business...

Ordained Calls and Vacancies – Updated June 22, 2022

CONGREGATIONS / RSOs CALLING OR GETTING READY TO CALL (SENIOR or SOLE): Note: Changes from last week's list are marked in colored font. BREMEN, St. Paul's (Senior) BROWNSTOWN, St. Peter's CRAWFORDSVILLE, Holy Cross CROWN POINT, Trinity (Senior) - called Rev. Hal...

Ordained Calls and Vacancies – Updated June 15, 2022

CONGREGATIONS / RSOs CALLING OR GETTING READY TO CALL (SENIOR or SOLE): Note: Changes from last week's list are marked in colored font. BREMEN, St. Paul's (Senior) BROWNSTOWN, St. Peter's CRAWFORDSVILLE, Holy Cross CROWN POINT, Trinity (Senior) - called Rev. Hal...

Devotional by Eugene Brunow 6-13-2022

Declare how much God has done for you The gospel for this coming Sunday (Second Sunday after Pentecost) is Luke 8:26-39. Luke follows the calming of the storm with the second of Jesus’ mighty acts that come after the parable of the sower. For Jesus’ disciples this is...

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