I have notified the District Church Board chair Shiron Dixon, Bishop Paul Smith and also the principal of Redeemer Lutheran College, Tanya Crooks that God has led me to accept the call issued by Convention of Synod.
This year’s Synod was my first ever Synod. I wasn’t a delegate this time round as I was representing LYQ. As someone who has only been in the state several months, it was a great way to see what is happening in the district and meet lots of people.
‘God did something wonderful among us at the Muster, and we pray that this movement in the Spirit and truth of his Word will spread, helping to fill the void replaced by the shrinking footprint and decreasing resourcing of the organised church.’
The Queensland District of the Lutheran Church (LCAQD) has this year undergone a governance review after the District Synod 2018 agreed with the direction being taken and to move towards implementation in 2019. The District Church Council (DCC) appointed one of its new members, Bruce Lockwood, to form and chair a committee to define and… Read more
Born and raised in rural South Australia, Pastor Lionel Rohrlach feels most at home when his home is in the country. For the last decade that home has been the Pittsworth Parish, 42 kilometres Southwest of Toowoomba on the Gore Highway. Until recently the parish was made up of four congregations, consisting of Pittsworth, Nobby,… Read more