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The Lutheran Church of Australian (LCA) is launching a national Domestic and Family Violence prevention campaign on Sunday 26 th November 2017.
Wodonga Lutheran Parish - St John's, St Mark's and Victory Lutheran College are proud to participate with our Church in supporting the Hidden Hurts Healing Hearts campaign which helps people to recognise violence wherever it occurs and to respond appropriately and pastorally. It encourages the building of relationships and communities that are kind and loving, based on mutual servanthood and respect. The Hidden Hurts Healing Hearts campaign is based on the principles set out in the LCA Standards of Ethical Behaviour, which promote compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience within relationships. It supports the LCA Statement on Marriage. The campaign involves raising awareness in congregations, schools and other institutions of the church, as well as training, research, identifying and developing resources, and recommending and implementing specific actions.
Hidden Hurts Healing Hearts - For further information please go to the LCA web page LCA Hidden Hurts Healing Hearts Domestic and Family Violence prevention campaign. The LCA has released a formal announcement through a web email with links to the resource page containing facts sheets, videos, links to support agency and other material. Please click on this link Domestic and Family Violence Announcement
Please attend our Church services at St John's Wodonga at 6.00 p.m. Saturday 25 November, St Mark's Yackandandah Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and St John's Wodonga at 10.30 a.m. 26 November 2017. If you or anybody you know is affected by or have been affected by Domestic or Family Violence and need support, counselling and prayer support will be provided discretely on the day.
Wodonga Lutheran Parish invites you to join with us as we celebrate Advent 2017 at a combined service at St John's Church. Advent marks the beginning of the church calendar. It traditionally starts on the Sunday closest to St. Andrew’s Day (November 30th) and continues for four Sundays until Christmas. During this time the liturgical paraments and vestments change to purple to recognise Advent as a time of preparation and repentance as well as a symbol of the royalty of the coming King.
To commemorate Advent 1 with a message of Hope we invite you to come and share in fellowship in our Church Hall on Saturday 2nd December. If you are able to, please bring a plate of finger food to share. We meet at 5.00 p.m. onwards before moving into the Church for a 6.00 p.m. worship service and lighting of the Hope candle. On this and the next three Sundays leading up to Christmas, we will rejoice in the great gift that is ours in Jesus Christ. Hope is our assurance that God will finish all He has started. Hope is our confidence that He will do all He has promised.
The hall is located behind St John's Church 14 Havelock Street, Wodonga. There is parking available here or across the road in the Council Car Park.
Please note there is no Sunday Service at St John's Wodonga or St Mark's Yackandandah on Sunday 3rd December 2017.
Bishop John Henderson - The Bishop of the Lutheran Church of Australia issues a periodic Heartland News and this can be viewed by following this link and reading on-line Heartland eNews 15 November 2017.
Lutheran Church of Australia - The national body of the Lutheran Church continues to support our local Parishes and Churches. To see what is going on take a look at the latest eNews by following this link and reading on-line LCA eNews for 23 November 2017..
LCA International Mission - Global Partners - Local Church seeks to follow our Lord in His mission to the ends of the earth to make disciples of all nations. We partner with, support and resource local people in mission. LCA International Mission newsletter for 1 November 2017.
LCA Ministry with the Ageing - As part of the Board for Local Missions our vision is seeing care for the ageing as a significant and flourishing ministry of the church. LCA Ministry for the Ageing newsletter for 1 November 2017.
The link to the LCA Noticeboard, where pew bulletins and powerpoints for the current week are kept,
is also a good place to stay in touch with what is happening around Australia and overseas in the Lutheran Church.
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There is so much going on in our church, check it out! You can also access a digital interactive copy at this link: https://lca.box.com/shared/static/3uinykmqp4oubom8ilng.pdf