If St. Urho’s Lutheran Church really existed, it would be a community of Christians gathered around the Word and Sacrament, reaching out in love to heal the world.
In fact, this page is really just a test site. Until recently, our URL pointed to Pietati, the blog of the International Church in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. This was an experimental mission of the Lutheran churches in Romania and New York. It is no longer staffed, and so the blog has been discontinued. (You can see some of our old posts by clucking “The Blog” on the header).
Urho is the entirely imaginary patron saint of Finland. He is a suitable namesake for an imaginary congregation, don’t you think?