to the South Australia – Northern Territory District
of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Lutherans believe that God loves everyone
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
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.
St Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Port Pirie, celebrated the goodness of God on July 27-28 to commemorate 100 years of continuous Lutheran worship in Port Pirie.
Lutheran Women from Whyalla, Port Augusta, Wilmington, Booleroo Centre, Laura, Appila, Jamestown, Port Pirie and Crystal Brook recently came together in fellowship to celebrate the 53rd Upper North Zone Fellowship Day.
The little country town of Eudunda and its surrounding farmland in South Australia’s mid-north had been very hard-hit by the drought. Many suffered great difficulty in silence, struggling to survive.
In 2019, Longest Lutheran Lunch has aligned with the ALWS GRACE Project, which aims to support 40,000 children in crisis to go to school.
With the ever-increasing diversity and complexity of societal issues, Lutheran learning communities can often feel challenged in knowing how to talk about God or relate theology to practice.
When a group of budding footballers from Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Adelaide, with no facilities to draw on, put together the first Adelaide Lutheran football side, they could scarcely have imagined what the club would become.
The world seems to be full of forces which are both bringing people together and driving people apart. We are conscious of being ‘one global village’ like never before, but then our politics and need to assert our own opinion fractures communities and often ends in violence.
A summary from May’s District Synod and Pastors Conference.