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 you consider buying something, what factors do you weigh up? Necessity? Price? Quality? Style? Features? Benefits or usefulness?
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In a first for the LCANZ, the church’s next Convention of General Synod will be held in two parts – an online meeting in October 2021 and an in-person meeting in 2022.
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Some people just get on and do. No fuss, they just find a place to quietly help out. For Annette Wessling, it has been a case of finding not one but several places to lend a helping hand.
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This month’s featured photo
Celebrating a century in style
Pastor Colin Scheer, the LCA’s oldest living pastor, turned 100 on 27 May and marked the occasion with a visit from his sister Val Kriewaldt and brother Kevin Scheer, who travelled from SA to be with him at St Paul’s Lutheran Aged Care at Caboolture in Queensland. Around 25 people, including Pastor Colin’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, gathered for a party to celebrate the milestone two days later. Ordained on 6 February 1944, Pastor Colin served at Corowa Field NSW, Albury NSW, Hatton Vale Qld, Beenleigh Qld, Berri SA, Petrie Qld and Crows Nest Qld, before retiring in 1987. The photo was taken by his niece Judy.
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