Wodonga Lutheran Parish

Committed to sharing Jesus

Welcome to Wodonga Lutheran Parish

Welcome in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. We look forward to having you worship with us!

Looking for a new church home? Talk to any congregation member about your questions, concerns or comments. Also, please feel free to contact the Pastor or call the church office at (02) 6057 5855.

Worship Times, News and Events

You will find a warm and friendly welcome at St John's Lutheran Church. We invite you to join us in a celebration of worship, christian fellowship, study and service. When you become a part of our exciting journey of faith, you will be encouraged, challenged and rewarded with renewed spirituality. Our services are being conducted in Luther Hall on the College Campus.

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Holy Trinity

9:30 am., 26th May 2024

Pastor Joshua Muller

Luther Hall, Victory Lutheran College,
28 Drage Road,
West Wodonga

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Second Sunday After Pentecost

9:30 am., 2nd June 2024

Pastor Joshua Muller

Luther Hall, Victory Lutheran College,
28 Drage Road,
West Wodonga

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Opening and Dedication of New Church Building

Corner of 28 Drage Road
and Derwent Streets,
West Wodonga

Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost marks the birth of the Christian church by the power of the Holy Spirit. Pentecost means ‘fiftieth day’ and is celebrated fifty days after Easter.

Ten days after Jesus ascended into heaven, the twelve apostles, Jesus' mother and family, and many other disciples gathered together in Jerusalem for the Jewish harvest festival celebrated on the fiftieth day after Passover.

While they were praying, a sound like rushing wind filled the house, and tongues of fire came to rest over each of their heads. This was the outpouring of the Holy Spirit promised by God through the prophet Joel (Joel 2:28-29)). The disciples were immediately empowered to proclaim the gospel of the risen Christ.

The liturgical colour for this day is red. This not only symbolises the tongues of flame in which the Holy Spirit descended, but also reminds us of the blood of the martyrs – believers of every generation who, by the power of the Holy Spirit, hold firm to their faith.


Holy Trinity

The first Sunday after Pentecost is Holy Trinity Sunday. The church rejoices in the impenetrable mystery that God is ‘triune’ or ‘three-in-one’ – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. How God can be three distinct persons is beyond the ability of any human to rationalise or understand.

By the power of the Holy Spirit, we accept this mystery as a fundamental article of faith which is clearly taught in the Bible (eg Matthew 28:18-20 and 2 Corinthians 13:14). Since faith comes only through the Holy Spirit working through the means of grace, it is appropriate that this wonderful mystery is celebrated on the first Sunday after Pentecost.

Trinity Sunday is a transitional day that bridges two sections of the liturgical year, and a day on which we praise and adore God both for what he has done for the world and for who he is.

The liturgical colour for Trinity Sunday is white which represents the holiness and perfection of God.

Sundays after Pentecost

The season after Pentecost focuses on sanctification, the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Christian, and how we respond to God's love.

The season after Pentecost is the longest of the church year, stretching from Trinity Sunday until the first Sunday of Advent. This is the non-festival section of the liturgical calendar during which the church stresses vocation, evangelism, missions, stewardship, almsgiving, and other works of mercy as ways in which Christ empowers us by his grace to share the Good News with others.

All this is reflected in the liturgical colour of green, the colour of life and growth.

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Worship Service Times

St John's, Wodonga Sunday 9.30 a.m.

Worshipping in Luther Hall at Victory Lutheran College,
28 Drage Road Wodonga.