Attached below is an invitation from KAIROS to participate in action in support of water rights and of right relationships with indigenous peoples.
The Lutheran World Federation – A Communion of Churches
Arab Christians Have Built Hope in Hopeless Situations
LWF President Younan Speaks at Conference on Christians in the Middle East
BEIRUT/Lebanon/GENEVA, 24 May 2013 (LWI) - “We do not live in the mentality of the ghetto, nor in the mentality of a minority complex, nor do we live as dhimmi (dependent) people,” said Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan. “We have always been, as Arab Christians, building our societies, loyal to our countries and nationalities, bringing hope in hopeless situations.”
This has been prepared and coordinated by the Canadian Council of Churches.
See the attached letter in English and French.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary the Women’s Auxiliary of Waterloo Lutheran Seminary is compiling stories from pastors who attended Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and were impacted by them.
These stories could be about the quilt you received or your experiences from your SPE courses or any memories that you have about the Women’s Auxiliary. The stories can be of any length, even a few sentences would be great!
You can email them to: email@example.com.
We have been busy finalizing the plans for the upcoming S.P.A.-Sacred
Place Away Women’s Event to be held on May 24-26 at Seneca College in Toronto.
We have finalized our agenda for the weekend and if you are going, plan to have an
awesome experience! By the time you have received this Columbine, registrations
for the weekend will have closed, but if you wish to go for the day on Saturday, you
can still register by calling our registrar, Dorothy Frook, at 519-881-2798 or
emailing her firstname.lastname@example.org until May 12.
I am writing to you today to thank you for your generous participation in the 2012 ELCIC Praise Appeal and to tell you about our synod’s plans for 2013 appeal. In 2012 our synod put forward an exceptional effort and raised almost $125,000! It was a magnificent response of which we can be very proud.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL)
The history of ELCJHL goes back to the first Lutheran-Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem, Michael S. Alexander, consecrated on January 21, 1841, but its members and congregations are rooted in the centuries of Christian tradition in the Holy Land. The church has had strong links to Lutheran churches in Germany, but in recent years also to the Nordic countries and the United States.
Share your thoughts on Word and Sacrament ministry within the ELCIC
Winnipeg, 24 April 2013--The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada's (ELCIC) Faith, Order and Doctrine Committee has been directed by National Church Council (NCC) to develop a churchwide study guide on Word and Sacrament ministry.
You are invited, as individuals and congregations, to offer your input on the development of the study guide.
On Monday April 29, staff at the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada's (ELCIC) National Office will have to remember to show up at a new location when they arrive for work.
After 15 years on Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg, the ELCIC's National Office will move just north east of Portage and Main to new space on Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg.
The decision to move the National Office was no small undertaking, says ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson.