When the world seems messed up, you may feel we need a superhero. And ‘superheroes’ are exactly what ALWS representative Julie Krause found when she visited the Shout for Joy ecumenical church service created for people living with intellectual disability or integration difficulty.
Christians from more than 90 churches from around New Zealand – including members of St Paul’s Lutheran Community Church at Upper Moutere in the north of the South Island – have come together online to sing a blessing over their nation.
Sudanese and South Sudanese church leaders from around Australia have come together in Canberra in the name of peace. The 26 leaders met under the auspices of the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA) on 15 and 16 May at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture. The LCA was represented by Mr James… Read more
As he prepared for his betrayal, arrest, ‘trial’ and death, Jesus prayed for the unity of all believers. Inspired by that prayer, churches at Rockhampton in Queensland will join for Easter in a powerful witness.
Five centuries after the Reformation, how do the Lutheran and Catholic churches get along today? What has been achieved by working together since inter-church dialogue between the two began in Australia in the mid–1970s?