Estonian Lutheran Association of Peace


Estonian Lutheran Association of Peace

The Estonian Lutheran Association of Peace (Estonian: Eesti Luterlik Rahuühendus) is a conservative laestadians organization in Estonia. It has one Association of Peace in Tartu. It does mission work in Tallinn, Tartu and Southeast Estonia. It has sister organizations in Finland, Sweden and North America.

ee also

*Conservative Laestadianism
*Laestadianism
*Laestadianism in America
*Association of Peace
*SRK, Suomen rauhanyhdistysten keskusyhdistys
*SFC, Sveriges fridsföreningarnas centralorganisation
*Laestadian Lutheran Church


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