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Living Faithfully & Prayerfully
Confirmation class turns to Baptism when one young person decides to bring a friend.
The Synod Popular Report has been generated and is available for download! You can retrieve your copy here.
The Replenish and Grace Laced Retreat for women helps us to set it all aside for a moment, and I suspect we couldn’t need that more.
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Chair of the Council for Lutheran Services, Dr Leena Vuorinen, presents her first report to Synod.
Lutheran School enrolments grew in 2022, prompted by the quality of online learning and spiritual support during times of crisis.
A workshop about engaging with and retaining young people in our churches as it becomes increasingly difficult, was held during the Saturday afternoon session.
Acting Director Kathy Matuschska delivered the Ministry & Mission report, and spoke about Synod meaning “walking together”.
LYQ’s Strategic Plan a Path to Renewal after Covid-19.
Bishop Mark Vainikka reflected on his first 12 months in the role.
On Friday night at Synod 2022, Pastors Dan Mueller, Reid Matthias, Paul Hage, Kees Sturm, and new graduate Ben Graham were welcomed to the District. Bishop Mark Vainikka received them with joy!
Bishop Paul Smith Addresses Synod 2022.
Synod gathered on Friday evening with a welcome, and Welcome to Country by Concordia Lutheran College student Jarkara Tapau.
It is with great joy that Synod has accepted an application for membership from Antioch Lutheran Church.
This devotion book, Rural Reflections: living out front with the outback God, is a collection of short devotional reflections, enhanced by a compilation of stunning rural photography, giving our readers the opportunity to hear the voice of some of God’s faithful people living in rural Queensland. By sharing with you our faith, we hope to encourage, uplift and inspire all who read this book.
Click here for stories from people who have encountered Jesus in a way that has brought hope into their lives.