National Magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia
Five centuries after the Reformation, how do the Lutheran and Catholic churches get along today? What has been achieved by working together since inter-church dialogue between the two began in Australia in the mid–1970s?
Lay people were critical partners for Martin Luther in bringing about the Reformation. Learn how here
In this 500th anniversary year of the Reformation, we reflect on what Lutherans refer to as ‘the means of grace’: the word of God, and the sacraments of baptism and holy communion. This reflection is on baptism.
Through LCA International Mission, you are following our Lord in his mission to make disciples of all nations and enabling Jesus’ love to come to life in the lives of many people as you Pray, Give, Connect and Go. Learn more about these opportunities today.
Australian Lutheran World Service is the overseas aid and resettlement agency of the Lutheran Church of Australia. Through its international partnerships in 2016 ALWS was able to help one million people – thanks to your support.
It’s one thing to learn about injustice and disadvantage; it’s another thing to do something about it. Students at a Queensland Lutheran school are leading by example – learning as they serve, and serving as they learn.
Hundreds of Lutherans recently walked 26 kilometres in South Australia to fund preschooling for refugee children. Victorian supporters did LITTLE things multiplied with LOVE, which totalled LOTS! Find out more…
While their fellow students are playing sport, teams of Lutheran college students are opting to stretch and grow in other ways.
A missional community works among its local community and social networks to sow the gospel, reap the harvest and engage converts in discipleship. Learn more here…
St Luke’s Albury, which is located in southern New South Wales, on the northern side of the Murray River border with Victoria.