The 66th Convention of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod will be held July 9-14, 2016, in Milwaukee at the Wisconsin Center.
The LCMS national convention affords an opportunity for worship, nurture and inspiration, fellowship, and the communication of vital information.
The convention is the principal legislative assemble, which amends the Constitution and Bylaws, considers and takes action on reports and overtures, and handles appropriate appeals. It establishes general positions and policies of the Synod, provides overall program direction and priorities, and conducts business in order to provide responsible service for and on behalf of its members.
The convention is open to the public, and there will be seating for visitors available in the back of the hall. With large screens in the front of the hall, you will be able to see and hear everything that is happening. You can also visit the many exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall, and you can attend the opening worship and some of the evening events.
Convention visitors do not need to register. Registration is needed only if you have an official role or responsibility at convention.