Living Our Mission
The Synod Council adopted a new mission statement for our synod as you see above. This mission was not adopted to stay in our minutes and posted on our website never to be looked at again. It is our mission to live into as synod together, even now, especially now.
Bishop Ortiz engages the components of our mission through a series of blog posts to reflect on the meanings as well as how we can and will live out this mission in our communities, synod and world. We pray God fills us with continued courage and grace to lead during these uncertain times!
The Metro D.C. Synod is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant that primarily supports the Assistant to the Bishop and the Director for Evangelical Mission, with the occasional support for the office of the Bishop
The Synod Council of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Synod of the ELCA seeks a consultant to engage with synod leaders to (i) review internal systems for bias and inequitable outcomes, (ii) propose changes that are
The Metro D.C. Synod Racial Equity Team invites you to pause on Thursday night, June 17, 2021, at 7:00 PM (EST) as we commemorate the 6th anniversary of the massacre of the Emanuel 9 with
Preamble The Metro DC Synod Council issued a letter on October 7, 2020, that called on the synod and its congregations to dismantle white supremacy within the church and society-at-large. Moreover, the letter called on
All are invited to a “Synod-wide Celebration of God’s Word Service” that will premiere at 10:00 am on Sunday, June 6 on YouTube and Facebook. The Rev. Yehiel Curry, Bishop of the Metropolitan Chicago Synod,