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Concordia is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, fully alert to a world with increasing need of globally aware, ethically grounded, religiously fluent, compassionately motivated and justice-oriented people to serve the common human good.
Embedded within the College’s mission is the purpose “to influence the affairs of the world by sending into society thoughtful and informed men and women.” To accomplish this stated purpose and serve true needs of the world, the College has created a collaborative network of faith and learning resources within.
- The Dovre Center for Faith and Learning
- The Forum on Faith and Life
- Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work
- The Department of Religion's Faith and Leadership Concentration within Major
- The Office of Ministry
- The Office of Vocation and Church Leadership
These partners share in mutual work to gather people from all walks of life in order to provide creative space for thoughtful and informed reflection on matters of ultimacy, meaning, ethics, justice, theology, mystery, wonder, joy, spirituality, peace-building, hope and vocation. These partners seek to nurture compassionate human understanding, inclusive of creating valued local and global opportunities for leadership, service and learning. These leadership, service and learning opportunities include experiences both within intrafaith and interfaith contexts.