The LLL (Lutheran Laypeople’s League) is a Religious Charitable Development Fund. We exist to serve the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) particularly in aspects of business and finance, and have been doing so since 1921.
The LLL provides Savings Accounts for members and supporters who wish to assist LCA organisations. Deposited funds enable the LLL to provide low interest loans to approved LCA projects for building and equipping Lutheran schools, churches, care facilities, and more.
The LLL also actively encourages members of the LCA to consider leaving a legacy. Supporters can choose either to support a specific LLL Permanent Fund or to leave a legacy without conditions.
The LLL is not a bank. For a more detailed explanation of how the LLL operates, please refer to the Notice to Depositors.
The LLL assists the LCA in many areas of business and finance. The LLL manages various funds on behalf of the LCA, namely LCA Pension, Provident and Car Grant Funds.
The LLL provides loans to the LCA for churches, schools, aged care facilities and other associated organisations. No commercial or personal loans are made by the LLL to church members or the general public. Car loans for LCA Pastors are provided by the LCA.