Choir story becomes feature documentary
The story of the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir is now a feature-length documentary, The Song Keepers – soon to premiere in Melbourne.
ABC 'Compass' films FRM bush course
On Saturday 1 July, ABC TV will screen a documentary about the work of the Finke River Mission on their Compass religious affairs program.
Hermannsburg on the ABC
Hermannsburg has featured on the ABC’s popular series, Back Roads. The story presented in a positive light the work of the Lutherans in preserving the local language.
Christmas in the desert
Not a reindeer or snowflake in sight, but that doesn’t stop the Christmas story being celebrated or Christ coming to the hearts of his people once again.
Yirara Confirmations 2016
Sixteen Yirara students have publically confessed their faith in the Triune God before a large crowd. The class was the largest for many years, so the service was held in the basketball stadium.
Students visit Unity College
Over the last 12 months, Unity College in Murray Bridge has been working with families from Central Australia developing educational partnerships.
Confirmation at Ntaria
It was an exciting and special day when 13 young people from the Hermannsburg community gathered for their confirmation.
Interview with Ruth Cook
Ruth Cook is a Lutheran artist from Central Australia. Her Christian and secular art features themes and symbols from her Western Arranda culture.
LCA Ethical Standards go bush!
Professional Standards officers have delivered the first ever LCA Standards of Ethical Behaviour presentation specifically for Aboriginal pastors and church workers – all the way out at Docker River.
Hermannsburg: passing on the baton
‘We are one generation. We receive the baton of faith from the last generation and we ask for God’s help to pass it on to the next generation.’