It has been wonderful to see people gathered together in our church buildings again following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Here is a collection of photos from congregations across the District documenting their first worship services in person for several months.
Volunteering is simply a way of life for Carmel Wuttke. Her love for people is evident in the numerous volunteer activities she undertakes within the local Waikerie community, where she is a very well-known and much-loved figure.
During this time of not being able to meet in person, it is important we continue to steward our buildings well. We encourage congregations to safely undertake a walk-around of their properties weekly to ensure they are kept in good condition.
This Easter will be very different for all of us. Thankfully technology is helping us through these tough times and we thought we would share some ways that will help you stay connected this Holy Week.
We are sure there will be many stories of hope to come out of our churches during this crisis. As we move forward in the coming months, please keep us informed about what you are doing and how you are reaching out to others in this time of need.
It has often been observed that in times of hardship the true essence of community and humanity is revealed. In the aftermath of the Cudlee Creek bushfire in the Adelaide Hills, Birdwood Lutheran Church Pastor David Kuss describes life on the fire-ground as full of unexpected blessings.
It’s been a month of change in the SA-NT District, with numerous pastor installations held across the state and more are scheduled to come. We ask that you keep these pastors and the congregations in your prayers as they commence their journey together.