ALC welcomes new teachers
Australian Lutheran College (ALC) has engaged three experienced practitioners to teach in its higher education program.
Save the dates for Festival of Learning
ALC’s Festival of Learning will be back in February 2023 as an exclusively online event, allowing attendees to participate from anywhere.
Strategic plan to guide ALC reorganisation
Like many parts of the LCANZ, ALC has been struggling financially for some time. Low student numbers, increased expenses and a decrease in external funding all mean that the college, like many congregations and parishes, is needing to reorganise itself.
Call for submissions for ALC’s Festival of Learning
Australia Lutheran College (ALC) is calling for submissions from potential presenters for its 2023 Festival of Learning, to be held from Tuesday 21 February to Thursday 23 February.
Leadership and learning go hand in hand
by Merryn Ruwoldt
Deep conversations about how Lutheran theology informs Lutheran education practices were a feature of recent Australian Lutheran College-led workshops for aspiring leaders in Lutheran schools and early childhood services.
Change of course brings blessings
A change in academic direction has provided an extra blessing for Australian Lutheran College student Darcee Anker, who is this year’s recipient of the Margaret Pech Memorial Scholarship.
A new Cross-Cultural Ministry course is now available
After months of collaboration, Australian Lutheran College and Cross-Cultural Ministry are delighted to launch a new online training course to serve those in the LCANZ who want to engage with ethnic newcomers.
ALC welcomes new academic dean
There have been several changes at both governance and leadership levels at Australian Lutheran College in early 2022, including a new academic dean and board members.
Knitting together past and future: the new ALC
There are two guiding principles behind Australian Lutheran College’s new strategic plan: its identity deeply embedded in the history and life of the LCANZ, and the need to embrace and respond to the diverse needs of a 21st-century learning church.
Online graduation, valedictory service close year for ALC
Australian Lutheran College (ALC) Principal James Winderlich was among 98 graduates awarded for academic achievements by the University of Divinity last week. The online graduation, along with the ALC Valedictory Service held in November, rounded out the year for the college.