The Lutheran is one of the most highly awarded publications within the Australasian Religious Press Association and we’re very proud of it.
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When Australian Lutheran World Service (ALWS) began 70 years ago, it was formed so that our Lutheran family could walk alongside people in need. That’s exactly what people like you still do today.
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The LCA/NZ has released an interim report detailing the vision, recommendations and principles for a new constitutional framework for the church, along with church member feedback on the current constitution.
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For almost 20 years coordinator Helen Semmler has run the Lutheran Community Sewing Group, where a volunteer team supports and teaches migrant women not only how to sew, but how to be loved and to make sense of a new, alien world.
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Back to the start of an Australian story
The Australian story of Pastor Ernie Kiss began at Bonegilla Migrant Camp near Wodonga in northern Victoria. Pastor Ernie stayed at Bonegilla for four months with his mum while he was a toddler, after his family emigrated from Hungary in 1950. The retired LCA/NZ pastor, who lives in Wodonga, visited Bonegilla recently with some other Australian (and New Zealand) Lutheran cross-cultural stories in hand.
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I’m one of the older generation but, I hope these days with a renewed understanding and vision for ’the Church’. I consider The Lutheran is a very valuable resource to assist our daily walk going forward.
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As the magazine of the Lutheran Church of Australia (incorporating the Lutheran Church of New Zealand), The Lutheran informs the members of the LCA about the church’s teaching, life, mission and people, helping them to grow in faith and commitment to Jesus Christ.
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