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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.

Faith in Action:

The Global Day of Prayer for Prison Ministry

The Global Day of Prayer for Prison Ministry

August 25th, 2011 is the 26th anniversary of the International Prison Chaplains Association. Celebrate this day by uniting in prayer and spirit. 

Teresa Kellendonk from Edmonton, Alberta prepared materials to be used in prisons, places of worship and for your own reflection on August 25th.  By doing so, you can unite with prison chaplains around the globe as they pray for prison ministry.

For more information: www.ipcaworldwide.org

Faith in Action:

ELCIC Members Asked to Financially Support Emergency Appeal for East Africa Drought Victims


NEWS RELEASE from the National office of the ELCIC:

Winnipeg, 26 July 2011 -- The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), through its partnership with Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR), is appealing to its members for financial support to assist with relief efforts for drought-affected people in East Africa.

ELCIC National Bishop Encourages Love, Renewal and Action in Report to Convention




Saskatoon, 15 July 2011 -- ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson encouraged delegates to let the Holy Spirit lead them through the coming days of convention as she delivered her Report of the National Bishop to delegates, special guests and visitors attending the 13th Biennial National Convention taking place July 14–17 at TCU Place in Saskatoon, SK.

ELCIC National Convention Commences; National Bishop Reflects on Call to be Disciples




Saskatoon, 14 July 2011 -- More than 325 delegates and over 150 visitors joined their voices and hearts in worship to open the 13th Biennial National Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) on Thursday, July 14 at TCU Place, Saskatoon, SK.

ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson preached at the opening worship service.