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Eastern Synod Assembly July 5 - 8, 2012

For budget purposes the following figures can be used, please note the cost does not include accommodations.  More accurate figures will be posted with other information regarding the Assembly in the New Year.

Pastors/Lay Delegates - registration fee including a banquet ticket $495.00 (does not included accommodations)

Retired Pastors who are not serving as Interim Pastors - $100.00 this includes a banquet ticket

Visitor Fee - $150.00


Bring Humor to Sunday Liturgy

The Holy Humour Sunday Liturgy is found in the Iona Abbey book called” Fire and Bread Resources for Easter Day to Trinity Sunday” by Ruth Burgess.

It is a great liturgy that helps people to laugh and to think of God as someone who is amused, who laughs and who wants us to laugh.

Instead of a sermon I always tell a series of good, clean jokes.  Sometimes I get people to help me take turns telling the jokes.

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Nominations, Please

The Nominating Committee for the Eastern Synod is meeting soon in preparation for next summer's Assembly 2012, July 4-8 in Waterloo, Ontario.

The committee is responsible for selecting potential candidates to serve on the Synod Council (Term 2012-2016). Two candidates for each vacant and retiring position are required in advance of the Assembly (biographical details for nominees will be included in the Bulletin of Reports); as usual, further nominations from the floor of the convention are always accepted.

Campus Ministry – Connecting students to their faith

Every September, hundreds of thousands of students descend upon the university campuses in Waterloo, Ont.

Lutheran Campus Ministry - Waterloo (now known as Lutheran Campus Federation of Ontario - Waterloo) welcomes students to campus life by offering a variety of programs, events and Bible studies to keep them connected to their faith. We also seek understanding of other faith traditions within the diversified community of the university by working alongside other faith groups to raise awareness of social justice issues and student concerns.

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