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The Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference (CELC)  is the successor to the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of North America except that it is international in scope rather than restricted to North America.
First founded in 1993 with thirteen confessional Lutheran national churches as members, the Conference has grown to twenty members today. Plenary sessions are held every three years. To date there have been five plenary meetings (1993, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008), with regional meetings held in the intervening years.
- All Saints Lutheran Church of Nigeria - Nigeria
- Bulgarian Lutheran Church - Bulgaria
- Christ the King Lutheran (Nigeria) - Nigeria
- Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Church (Mexico) - Mexico
- Evangelical Lutheran Church "Concord" - Russia
- Confessional Lutheran Church (Latvia) - Latvia
- Czech Evangelical Lutheran Church - Czech Republic
- Evangelical Lutheran Confessional Church (Finland) - Finland
- Evangelical Lutheran Confessional Church (Puerto Rico) - Puerto Rico
- Evangelical Lutheran Free Church (Germany) - Germany
- Evangelical Lutheran Synod (Peru) - Peru
- Evangelical Lutheran Synod - United States
- Gereja Lutheran Indonesia (2005) - Indonesia
- The Lutheran Church of Cameroon - Cameroon
- Lutheran Church of Central Africa Malawi Conference - Malawi
- Lutheran Church of Central Africa Zambia Conference - Zambia
- Lutheran Confessional Church (Sweden and Norway) - Sweden and Norway
- Lutheran Evangelical Christian Church (Japan) - Japan
- Ukrainian Lutheran Church - Ukraine
- Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod - United States
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