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List of Lutheran denominations

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List of Lutheran denominations

This is a list of Lutheran denominations grouped by affiliation with international Lutheran bodies. The denominations' relative size is not evident from this list. The list may not be comprehensive, but intends to be an accessible overview of the diversity and global scope of modern Lutheranism.


  • Lutheran World Federation 1
    • United and uniting churches with Lutheran roots 1.1
  • International Lutheran Council 2
  • Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference 3
  • Evangelical Catholic 4
  • Unaffiliated Lutheran denominations 5
  • See also 6

Lutheran World Federation

United and uniting churches with Lutheran roots

International Lutheran Council

Lutheran Ministerium and Synod (USA)

Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference

Evangelical Catholic

Unaffiliated Lutheran denominations

See also

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