The Diakonia program is a two-year process of spiritual formation and theological education for baptized members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America or anyone wishing in good faith to study the teachings.
The program develops dynamic disciples by providing:
- enjoyable learning
- amazing personal growth in faith
- the joy of deepening your relationship with God and the church
- clarity in forms of grace-filled service to our neighbor
Now offering online courses using the ZOOM meeting app-
(beginning in September, Intro to the New Testament, Zoom Classes Tuesdays 7pm – 10pm.
Click on the NY Metro synod page below for details)
2018 Graduation was held on Sat, June 9, 2:00pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Huntington Station
Celebrating 41 Years of
The New York diakonia Program
Bishop Rimbo – Presiding and The Rev. Stephen Bowman – Preaching
A recent Diakonia program graduate says: “Now I know why Lutherans do what we do in our worship and in the world. I understand the Bible and its history more deeply, and can talk more comfortably about my faith. This experience provides a background and foundation for following God’s call to “go out” and “do.” It strengthens you for weekly worship and your Monday through Saturday walk. The energy and enthusiasm from fellow Christians is contagious!”
For more information, contact Deacon Ingrid Compton, chair of the steering committee