Fun was the name of the game at The Ark Lutheran Church in Salisbury, as they hosted the community event Aloha at the Ark. Attendees donned Hawaiian shirts and leis and soaked in the carnival-like atmosphere, enjoying music, popcorn, ice cream, hot donuts, face-painting for the kids and more.
A new prayer labyrinth on the grounds of Encounter Lutheran College has been many years in the dreaming, but just a few short weeks in the making. The collaboration between Victor Harbor Lutheran Church and Encounter Lutheran College was made a reality thanks to an LLL 100 Year Anniversary Grant.
Around 200 of our District’s women recently gathered at Lobethal Lutheran Church for the annual Lutheran Women of South Australia and Northern Territory (LWSA-NT) Convention.
Concordia Lutheran Church in Loxton recently celebrated their 26th anniversary with the launch of a history book, ‘Concord in Concordia’. Complied by historians Carla and Peter Margarey, the book was launched by Pastor Neville Kriewaldt.
‘Imagine an endlessly renewable source of pure life, eternal life even. Life that resides not in a deep well somewhere, but in the depths of your own being.”
Congregation members from St Andrews Lutheran Church in Glynde performed in a Passion Play just before Easter to an appreciative audience at Glynde Lutheran Homes. The play was also relayed digitally into the residential care home on site.
Grief can make God hard to see. Easter’s comfort is that in the lonely, helpless, lifeless, brutalised figure of Jesus dying on Good Friday, God meets us in the ‘basement’ of life.
From door-to-door there are just 50 steps separating Langmeil Thanksgiving Church and Faith Lutheran College Junior Campus in Tanunda. So when contemplating a name for the church’s outreach initiative to reconnect with the school community, 50 Steps seemed the perfect choice.
A trio of robots is saving staff at Tanunda Lutheran Home (TLH) from walking thousands of kilometres, and giving them back important face-to-face time with residents.
Pastor Mark Kleemann didn’t expect God to call him into a military role at the age of fifty, but saying ‘yes’ led him to experience the adventures of a lifetime and the grace of God in a whole new way.