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of the Lutheran Church of Australia
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and that his love comes to life through Jesus
Through Jesus, love comes to life
long before we know it or feel it
Through Jesus, God's love comes to life
as we grow together in his grace
Whoever you are, whatever your story
you're welcome here with us
... following Jesus,
where love comes to life
We're part of a bigger church family, the Lutheran Church of Australia. Together we want to be a place where love comes to life. We believe that God's love is for everyone, everywhere, and we want you to see how his love comes to life in us – and in you.
Latest News and Features
More than 100 people joined in worship to celebrate Lutheran Community Care’s 50th anniversary at St Stephen’s Lutheran Church, Adelaide, on September 29.
It was a day of praise, thanksgiving and fellowship for the members of St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Keith at a 70th anniversary commemoration celebration held on September 15.
Grace Lutheran Church Tanunda has officially become a new congregation, following a successful vote to merge two Tanunda-based churches, St John’s and St Paul’s.
Jessica Smith has joined the SA-NT District team as Together Magazine Editor and Communications Officer.
A new shop that will enable Lutheran Community Care to help more people in need is set to open on The Parade, Norwood, in October.
Read the latest piece from SA-NT Bishop David Altus.
There are many milestones to celebrate as Lutheran Community Care marks its 50th anniversary this year, but none more than the thousands of people the organisation has helped in its time.
The front garden of St Pauls Lutheran Church, McLaren Vale, is sprouting seedlings and a brand new look, thanks to the students of Tatachilla Lutheran College’s Conservation and Land Management course.
Bringing the ministry of fellowship to places such as hospitals, prisons and nursing homes, chaplains are there to lend a helping hand through a listening ear.
Here are the stories from some South Australians who recently visited Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya in July.