Learn more about the exciting and growing ministry of Lutheran Homes - Kitchener-Waterloo!
We're pleased to announce that the 2016-17 CLWR Sunday worship resources are now available. CLWR Sunday is an opportunity for congregations to celebrate the church's international humanitarian work undertaken by CLWR. The worship resources are offered for use at any time during the year.
Canadian Lutheran World Relief's Gifts from the Heart are meaningful and tangible gifts that will share God's love with the world. This year's catalogues have recently been mailed out to churches and individuals.
We invite you to partner with us to ensure that these life-changing and life-saving gift options are made readily available in your congregation.
Grace and peace be with you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Attached is a copy of the letter written by Bishop Michael Pryse, Bishop of the Eastern Synod of the ELCIC to Archbishop Janis Vanags, Archdiocese of Riga, Latvia regarding the ordination of women.
The Anglican Church of Canada (ACC), The Episcopal Church (TEC), the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) , participate in an ongoing ministry of ecumenical reconciliation.
The Art of Dying Well is a piece written by David Pfrimmer, Centre for Public Ethics at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, in which he shares theological and ethical reflections regarding euthanasia and assisted dying.
To read the piece go to:
The Art of Dying Well
Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) in Canada
A Public Theological Primer on Canada's Bill C-14
Learn the story of Inshallah, the 130+ voice choir based at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, through 70 local and global songs contained in Sing the Circle Wide, a songbook spanning Inshallah's first decade.