Have you ever considered whether God might be calling you to be a church planter or to join a church planting team?
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Our LCANZ bishops are calling the people of the church to set aside Sunday 8 October for a churchwide day of prayer focusing on the unity of the church. This is a significant day as it is just a year from the 2024 Convention of General Synod.
Arsonists attacked St Peter’s Lutheran Church, Orange, in central western New South Wales, twice within three days. In the first incident, overnight on 21 November, vandals threw what was believed… Read more
What is ‘church’? We know that it’s more than a nice building with a cross on top and that it’s bigger than a national institution with pastors, bishops and a seminary.
When 24 young Lutherans gathered in Adelaide for the LCANZ’s Young Adult Forum earlier this month, their sense of hope for their church’s future inspired presenters and participants alike.
At Kintore, 520 kilometres west of Alice Springs, the peals of a church bell are once again calling the people to worship on Sunday mornings, after church and community came… Read more
Why might God use ‘anonymous’ people to plant churches? Church planting is really just letting the gospel run by the means of the often unexpected and frequently unknown people the Lord raises up.
The 20th General Synod elected Pastor Paul Smith as the LCANZ’s next bishop and Pastor Neville Otto as the assistant bishop. Delegates also elected the General Church Board to serve the LCANZ for the 2021-24 synodical term.
MINISTRY SUPPORT Church Worker Wellbeing Survey Summary of 2022 Survey Findings This video with Dr Chris Materne and Dr Nigel Long begins to unpack the Church Worker Wellbeing Report and… Read more
LCA Bishop John Henderson has called on all members to pray for the church’s leaders, and the delegates and organisers of next month’s 19th General Convention of Synod in Sydney as they prepare for the triennial meeting.