Evangelical Lutheran Church of England
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The ELCE's oldest congregations date back to 1896, and the ELCE itself was founded in 1954. It currently has 19 congregations and missions, and a seminary, Westfield House, in Cambridge. Together, there are about 2,000 baptized members.
- Holy Trinity Lutheran Church; Tottenham, London.
- Luther-Tyndale Memorial Church; Kentish Town. Website:
- St Andrew's Lutheran Church; Ruislip. Website:
- Christ Lutheran Church, Petts Wood. Website:
- St Paul's Lutheran Church; Borehamwood. Website:
- Ascension; Brandon. Website:
- Resurrection Lutheran Church; Cambridge. Website:
- Redeemer Lutheran Church; Harlow.
- Ipswich Lutheran Mission.
- Norwich Lutheran Mission.
- Our Saviour Lutheran Church; Fareham. Website:
- Brighton Lutheran Mission. Website:
- Oxford Lutheran Mission.
- Rainham Lutheran Mission. Website:
- St Peter's Lutheran Church; Plymouth. Website:
- Bristol Lutheran Mission.
- Cheltenham Lutheran Mission.
- Directory of ELCE congregations and missions
- LWF Statistics 2009 Archived August 21, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- Holy Trinity Lutheran Church; TOttenham, London
- Luther-Tyndale Memorial Church; Kentish Town
- St Andrew's Lutheran Church; Ruislip
- Christ Lutheran Church, Petts Wood
- St Paul's Lutheran Church; Borehamwood
- Ascension; Brandon
- Resurrection Lutheran Church; Cambridge
- Redeemer Lutheran Church; Harlow
- Ipswich Lutheran Mission
- Norwich Lutheran Mission
- Our Saviour Lutheran Church; Fareham
- Brighton Lutheran Mission
- Oxford Lutheran Mission
- Rainham Lutheran Mission
- St Peter's Lutheran Church; Plymouth
- Bristol Lutheran Mission
- Cheltenham Lutheran Mission
- Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Coventry
- St Timothy's Lutheran Church, Sunderland
- St Columba Lutheran Church; East Kilbride
- St David Lutheran Church; Cardiff