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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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Calls and Vacancies – Updated November 24, 2021

CONGREGATIONS/RSOs CALLING OR GETTING READY TO CALL (SR or SOLE): AVON, Our Shepherd (Senior) BREMEN, St. Paul's (Senior) - called Rev. Jonathan Crawford BROWNSTOWN, St. Paul - called Rev. Joel Meyer - ACCEPTED; Installation 12/12/2021 CROWN POINT, Trinity (Senior)...

Grants for New Church Workers Deadline Approaching!

The new church worker grant is available for ordained and commissioned workers who were members of an Indiana District congregation while attending a synodical university and are now called to a congregation, school or RSO of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. The...

Calls and Vacancies – Updated November 17, 2021

CONGREGATIONS/RSOs CALLING OR GETTING READY TO CALL (SR or SOLE): AVON, Our Shepherd (Senior) BREMEN, St. Paul's (Senior) - called Rev. Jonathan Crawford BROWNSTOWN, St. Paul - called Rev. Joel Meyer - ACCEPTED; Installation 12/12/2021 CROWN POINT, Trinity (Senior)...

Why Do They Hate Us?

And you will be hated by all for my name’s sake. But the one who endures to the end will be saved. Mark 13:13 Everyone wants to be loved.  A flip side to this is that no one wants to be hated. So how can it be that Jesus’ disciples will be hated?  This is especially...

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