Lutheran Church of Australia
where love comes to life
Three Australian Lutheran College graduates have joined the ranks of pastors of the Lutheran Church of Australia this week.
When a teacher and students from Faith Lutheran College in South Australia decided to serve others overseas, little did they know the way their actions would transform their own lives, too.
Students at Good News Lutheran College Victoria come from many religious backgrounds, so the Christian Studies unit ‘Love and Serve’ was a great chance for them to learn how Christians serve others.
With a Lutheran school in their area, the ministry focus of members at the Wyndham–Hobson Bay Multi-site Congregation in Melbourne’s west has long been on the young and families.
Two longstanding servants of the LCA – Glenice Hartwich and Stephen Rudolph – are retiring. Combined, the duo has contributed almost 80 years of service to the church and its agencies.
Grace Lutheran Church Bridgewater in the Adelaide Hills is thinking outside of the box when it comes to bringing love to life for people in need at Christmas this year.
More than 300 people gathered to celebrate the 175th anniversary of German settlement and the establishment of the Lutheran Church in New Zealand in Upper Moutere, near Nelson on the South Island, on 20 and 21 October.
Yesterday Bishop James Haak was farewelled by mourners at his funeral service at Peace Lutheran Church, Gatton, where he had served as the congregation’s pastor for 11 years.
The LCA/NZ is mourning the death of respected and loved Bishop of New South Wales, Pastor James Haak, who died suddenly in Adelaide on 20 October.
Of the delegates registered at Convention, 161 voted against the resolution to ordain both men and women; 240 supported it.
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