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The Office of Mission & Identity provides a place at Cal Lutheran for people who are exploring and deepening faith, seeking to be God's hands in the world.
We accompany and support people at the intersection of faith, life purpose, and service
to others, because people who discover and follow their purpose can transform a community—and
ELCA Statements on Gun Violence
California Lutheran University is one of 26 colleges and universities affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Below are resources from the ELCA that are relevant to the recent tragedies that have affected this community. More may be found at www.elca.org
- Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton’s Statement on the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, October 2018:
- Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton’s Letter to Congress on Gun Violence Prevention, March 2018
- A Statement from the ELCA Conference of Bishops in support of March for Our Lives, March 2018
- Articles related to gun violence in the magazine Living Lutheran
The Convocation is made up of members of the five Synods of Region II of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, faculty, students, the University president and members-at-large. Meet the Convocation
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A major designed for students who want training in specific areas of lay ministry.
Located in Berkeley, California, PLTS is one of eight seminaries of the ELCA.