Lutheran Church Canada (LCC) is the synodical body (or family of churches) that Trinity Lutheran belongs to. The synod is committed to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ and all confessions and practices are based on the foundation of God's Word and the belief that God's gift of salvation is found only through faith in Jesus Christ, God's only Son.
The Holy Bible. God's revealed Word to people. Because the Bible was written by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit it is true and without error and so it is also the source and foundation (Sola Scriptura) of all we teach.

The Book of Concord contains documents which Christians from the fourth to the 16th century A.D. explained what they believed and taught on the basis of the Holy Scriptures. It includes, first, the three creeds which originated in the ancient church, the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. It contains, secondly, the Reformation writings known as the Augsburg Confession, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, Luther's Small and Large Catechisms, and the Formula of Concord.

The Catechisms and the Smalcald Articles came from the pen of Martin Luther; the Augsburg Confession, its Apology, and the Treatise were written by Luther's co-worker, the scholarly Phillip Melanchthon; the Formula of Concord was given its final form chiefly by Jacob Andreae, Martin Chemnitz, and Nickolaus Selnecker.

Lutherans have always held that creeds and confessions are necessary for the well-being of the church. Just as Christ's church and all Christians are called upon to confess their faith (Matt. 10:32; Rom. 10:9; 1 Peter 3:15; 1 John 4:2), so the church, if it is to continue to proclaim the pure Gospel in season and out of season, must for many reasons construct formal and permanent symbols and confessions and require pastors and teachers to subscribe these confessions. It is impossible for the church to be a nonconfessional church, just as impossible as to be a nonconfessing church. And so today and ever since the Reformation Lutheran churches over the world have required their pastors to subscribe the Lutheran Confessions as recorded in the Book of Concord.

Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM) is the media "outlet" for Lutheran Laymen's League throughout the world. LHM is a Christian outreach ministry supporting churches worldwide. LHM produces Christian radio and TV programming for broadcast, as well as Internet and print communications, dramas, music, and outreach materials, to reach unchurched people everywhere. LHM's flagship program, The Lutheran Hour, airs weekly on more than 900 stations in North America.
The Men's Network is a great site for guys! Lots of humour combined with great learning. Some favourite sections include "Stuff They Didn't Teach Me in Sunday School" and "The Baloney Shop". Explore the site and have a great time! (Sorry, ladies, but this site is full of "guy talk".) Enjoy!
JC Play Zone. Do you know anyone with the initials "J.C."? JC Play Zone is a great site for preschoolers and primary school age young people. Full of fun, crafts, recipes, activities, music, devotions and Bible stories, this site will keep any young person engaged and involved while learning more about Jesus. Have a look!
  Concordia Lutheran Seminaries in Edmonton, Alberta and St. Catharines, Ontario are the institutions that prepare men for the pastoral ministry of LCC. Individuals are taught God's Word in-depth as the only source of Christian faith and life, and how the Lutheran Confessions provide a true and faithful expression of that Word. All for Jesus' sake.
Issues, Etc. is talk radio that is Christ-Centered and Cross Focused. Listen to topics ranging from issues of faith, theology and Biblical history to geopolitical issues in the world today from a Lutheran perspective. Sometimes controversial, sometimes challenging our status-quo thinking. Christian talk radio that stimulates the mind.
A quick overview of the Lutheran Confessions and what it means to be a "Confessional Lutheran". Basically, these are historical Christian documents upon which the Lutheran Church stands. Some documents are from the time of Martin Luther (16th Century) while others, such as the Apostle's Creed, date to the earliest centuries of the Christian Church. They were written to explain the core elements of the Christian faith as revealed by the Word of God (not man's manipulation of that Word). These documents have been assembled into the Book of Concord and help us understand teachings from the Bible with much more clarity.
FaithLife Financial is a Christian-based, member-owned financial services organization that provides life insurance, income protection and investment products for Canadian Christians. This is a not-for-profit organization which reinvests their earnings in its members, their congregations and the causes they care about.
Lutheran Foundation Canada supports all congregations and ministries of LCC, encouraging and assisting individuals in developing a planned gift within their Christian estate plan, as a final thank offering to God for the many blessings they've received throughout their life.