In Australia, so many around us are baptised, but we rarely speak of that. Bishop Paul Smith reflects on the amazing Grace of God at work in our baptism and the recent changes amongst the Christian Churches about recognising God at work in each other’s baptism.
As the early Church were formulating their prayers to the Lord Jesus they reflected on the significance of praying to him as one would pray to God – that the person who once walked around Palestine is the Lord of Creation.
Our world’s response to COVID-19 has finely tuned our ears to the messages of this Holy Week. Our ears are finely tuned to the experiences of our Lord Jesus … Our ears are also finely tuned to the “reason for the season” …
As we continue in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to serve the people in our care, the communities and agencies of the LCAQD will undertake the following responses to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) declared by the World Health Organisation to be a Pandemic.
In 1966, English composer John Gardner composed a joyful Christmas tune for his adaption of a medieval carol called “Tomorrow will be my dancing day.” In this carol, we are reminded that God is personally interested in each of us and that God dearly loves us.