Swedish Evangelical Mission

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Swedish Evangelical Mission
EFS Möllebackskyrkan.jpg
Classification Protestant/Lutheran
Orientation Low Church/Evangelical Lutheran
Origin 7 May 1856 (1856-05-07)
Other name(s) Fosterländska stiftelsen för Evangelii befrämjande
Publications Budbäraren

The Swedish Evangelical Mission (SEM) (Swedish: Evangeliska Fosterlands-Stiftelsen "Evangelical Homeland Foundation", EFS) is an independent organization within the Church of Sweden. Established on 7 May 1856,[1] it cooperates with independent churches, Christian councils and other partners in Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Malawi, the Sudan and Tanzania. The focus is on education, relationships and to communicate the gospel.


  1. ^ "I detta tecken" (PDF) (in Swedish). Swedish Evangelical Mission. 2006. Retrieved 3 October 2015. 

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