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Sermon on Independence Day – Republic of Estonia

In the past year, Christians have prayed for heavenly wisdom to be bestowed on everyone who has the power to end the war in Ukraine. Ukrainians perceive this conflict as a war of independence because they defend their homes, land, people, culture, and freedom. Read more »

Speech – Independence Day sunrise flag-raising ceremony

When we pass the Tall Hermann on other days of the year, our eyes always look for the cherished flag at the top of this tower. A few fractions of a second are enough to see – everything is all right, we are free! Read more »

Pastoral Letter for the Day of Prayer and Beginning of Lent

We live in a controversial time when everything we see, hear or read must be handled with sensitivity and caution. Never before have so many people had countless opportunities to play with the meaning of good and evil, light and dark. Read more »

Statement of the Consistory of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church on the war in Ukraine

Any war of conquest and subjugation against an independent state and nation is a representation of evil, with its inherent drive to strip away everything that is natural, human and cherished by humanity. People are deprived of their homes; they are separated from family members and can lose everything that we see as part of human dignity. Read more »