GENEVA, SWITZERLAND / AGILITYPR.NEWS / July 30, 2020 / The Lutheran World Federation has put out a call for proposals to develop the Thirteenth LWF Assembly logo and visual identity. The meeting of the highest LWF decision-making body takes place in September 2023 in Poland, Krakow. Its theme will be: One Body, One Spirit, One Hope.
Graphic artists worldwide are invited to submit proposals. The visual identity should express the LWF’s identity, the theme and context of the Assembly. It is at the heart of how the Assembly is presented to participants, the LWF member churches, the local population in Krakow and Poland, and to the general public. It should adhere to the LWF’s overall visual identity and use the fonts of the visual identity.
The Assembly is LWF’s highest decision-making body, consisting of representatives from the communion’s member churches. It meets every six to seven years to give general direction to LWF’s work, elect the President and Council members, act on the reports of the President, General Secretary and Chairperson of the Finance Committee, and on matters related to the LWF Constitution.
The deadline for submitting proposals will be 7 September 2020.
The Assembly is LWF’s highest decision-making body, consisting of representatives from the communion’s member churches. It meets every six to seven years to give general direction to LWF’s work, elect the President and the Council members, act on the reports of the President, General Secretary and Chairperson of the Finance Committee, and on matters related to the LWF Constitution.
The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Poland will host the Thirteenth Assembly of the LWF, which will be held from 13-19 September 2023 in the city of Krakow. The Polish church is one of the founding members churches of the LWF in 1947. Its 60,000 members are organized in 150 congregations served by 150 pastors throughout the country. The head of the church is Presiding Bishop Jerzy Samiec.
The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) is a global communion of Christian churches in the Lutheran tradition. Founded in 1947 in Lund, Sweden, the LWF now has 148 member churches in 99 countries around the world, representing more than 75.5 million Christians.
The LWF acts on behalf of its member churches in areas of ecumenical and interfaith relations, theology, humanitarian assistance, human rights, communication and the various aspects of mission and development. The LWF is a member of Act Alliance.
The LWF Communion Office is based in Geneva, Switzerland.
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