Synod welcomes Finke River Mission delegates
Melbourne’s city skyline was a stark contrast to the vast verdant landscape of Central Australia for four Aboriginal delegates attending the Lutheran Church of Australia and New Zealand’s 20th Convention of General Synod from 9 to 12 February 2023.
Coronavirus can’t stop the singing
Nightly singalongs at the remote Amunturrngu community and neighbouring outstations in the south of the Northern Territory have become cultural celebrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tears of joy at ordination
On Sunday 13 October, nearly 200 people attended the ordination service for Jeffrey Wheeler at Mount Liebig.
Remember your leaders: Psalm 133 in an Aboriginal context
Psalm 133, which has been translated into Pitjantjatjara, had a big impact on people when it was preached on in 2018.
Kamutu Tjungurrayi – the first aboriginal Christian martyr?
Kamutu Tjungurrayi was born north of Kintore, NT. Pastor Albrecht first met him in 1930 at Ilpili where he was a leader of the Pintupi people.
Memory weekend at Haasts Bluff
Several hundred people had gathered from the communities of Mt Liebig, Haast’s Bluff, Kiwirrkurra and Papunya with their families to celebrate Christ’s resurrection.
Meet Pastor Simon Dixon
Pastor Simon Dixon ministers to residents of the town camps, scattered in and around Alice Springs. He prays for the sick in hospital, renal, aged care and alcohol rehabilitation centres.
Yia marra inthorra (good big news)
Rev Dr Traugott Farnbacher, Secretary for PNG, Pacific and East-Asia, of Mission OneWorld of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria recently visited Central Australia.