A group of ten Riverland locals are getting loud on mental health, taking part in a wellbeing movement that’s having a significant impact on the community.
The Lutheran Nurses Association of Australia (LNAA) recently announced joint winners of the 2022 Lutheran Nurse of the Year award – Fred Miegel of Alice Springs and Gillian Mibus of Adelaide.
The 55th Upper North Zone Lutheran Women’s Fellowship Day was held in August. The day’s theme was ‘Caring is sharing’ and attendees enjoyed hearing from guest speakers in between official business.
Who am I? What is my identity? These are basic questions we all grapple with. But our lives are hidden with Christ in God – a comfort we can rely on always.
St Petri Lutheran Church Nuriootpa recently held an art exhibition with the theme ‘Free indeed’ in their hall. The exhibition was part of the LCANZ Simultaneous Art Exhibition, which asked congregations, schools and aged care facilities around the church to hold local exhibitions on a common themes.
Five Christian Life Week (CLW) camps were held across the SA-NT District during the July school holidays, with campers growing in their relationship with God and one another, and having loads of fun!
Cleve, in the centre of Eyre Peninsula, was the place to be on the weekend of June 25th – 26th, where Mission was the focus for the annual Eyre Peninsula Zone Conference.
The National Lutheran Principal Conference (NLPC) is a biennial event hosted by Lutheran Principals Australia (LPA). The Conference promotes spiritual and professional growth among principals and other leaders who serve in the Lutheran network of schools.
Centenary commemorations have been held in Central Australia, marking the death of Lutheran missionary Carl Strehlow. Pastor Strehlow died in 1922 at Horseshoe Bend Station on the Finke River.
2022 has brought a slew of milestones for Trinity Lutheran Church in Pasadena and an atmosphere of celebration for the congregation and community.