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LCA Bishop endorses Reconciliation Action Plan

Bishop John Henderson emphasises the importance of the LCA Reconciliation Action Plan, which is a tool to support our reconciliation journey by strengthening respectful and meaningful relationships between First Nations peoples and other Australians.

Reconciliation action is everyone’s business

Reconciliation is a journey, not a destination. It is the good news of Jesus’ saving love that makes reconciliation everybody’s business, and our mission to share that gospel invites us to share this journey.

Hearing the Indigenous voices of 1997

Prepared for LCA congregations and the 1997 General Synod, this video shares stories from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia who identify as Lutherans.

Accessing records can be the key to identity

by Janette Lange I handed her the photo. Taken in the early 1900s at Koonibba Mission on South Australia’s west coast, it showed a young Aboriginal man on his confirmation day. She looked at it for a few moments, taking in the...
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Staying in touch in remote places

In the remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of Hope Vale and Wujal Wujal on Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland, Lutheran church worship and ministry are being done differently – just as they are right across Australia and New...
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Ministry in Hermannsburg during COVID-19

Lutherans at Hermannsburg in Central Australia have been saddened by the loss of community worship and particularly holy communion, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, says Pastor Neville Doecke. Pastor Neville and Western Aranda (Arrarnta) Pastors Marcus Wheeler and Rodney Malbunka serve members...
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