Fedder Family

Rev. Andrew and Megan Fedder

Serving the Lord in Romania



The Rev. Andrew and Megan Fedder serve the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod as career missionaries based in Brasov, Romania. As a pastor and theological educator, Andrew works with the Confessional Lutheran Church in Romania and with Lutheran congregations throughout the Balkan-Mediterranean subregion, including those in Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Italy. In this capacity, he serves as a pastor to the Romanian, Bulgarian and Greek members of this Lutheran mission, especially in preaching and administering the Lord’s Supper until indigenous men are ordained into the preaching office. He also mentors and helps educate local candidates working toward ordination and provides continuing education and counsel to the men who have been newly ordained in the subregion.

Andrew was born in Kennewick, Wash. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawaii — West Oahu and received his Master of Divinity degree from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. Before becoming a career missionary, he served as pastor of First Lutheran Church in El Cajon, Calif. Prior to that, he was a substitute and summer school teacher for pre-K through eighth grade.

Megan was born in Roberts, Mont. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Concordia University, Portland, Ore., and served for over 10 years as a Lutheran school teacher. Andrew and Megan have five children — Wesley, Beatrix, Charlie, Rosalind and John-Paul — who will join them on the mission field.


Please pray for the Fedder family as they serve the Lord in Romania and throughout the Eurasia region, and as they acclimate to life in Brasov. Ask the Lord to grant Andrew safety as he travels to teach throughout the region, and pray that his work would strengthen local congregations in the proclamation of the Gospel.

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Additional Information

  • Birthday: Andrew — July 7, Megan — May 30, Wesley — May 16, Beatrix — July 9, Charlie — Sept. 9, Rosalind — Nov. 18, John-Paul — June 25
  • Anniversary: May 10
  • Home District: English

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