Education Studies Workshop - South Australia
15 February 2017
The School of Educational Theology will be running a workshop at Australian Lutheran College, North Adelaide campus from 15-17 February. The unit covered by the workshop will be: Principles and Context of Lutheran Schooling. For more information on this and other workshops, please refer to the 2017 Higher Education Workshop Calendar located on this website.
Systematic Theology Workshop - Queensland
8 February 2017
The School of Educational Theology will be running this workshop from Australian Catholic University's Banyo campus from 8-10 February 2017. Units covered during the workshop will include: The Christian Faith, Christian Faith in Modern Context and Theological Foundations for Educators. For more information on these and other workshops, please refer to the 2017 Higher Education Workshop Calendar located on this website.
Religious Education Workshop - South Australia
8 February 2017
The School of Educational Theology will be running a series of workshops at Australian Lutheran College, North Adelaide during February 2017. Religious Education Workshops will be run from 8-10 February. Units covered will include: The Practice of Lutheran Education and Teaching in a Lutheran Education Context. For more information on these and other workshops, please refer to the 2017 Higher Education Workshop Calendar located on this website.
LCA Ordination Service
4 December 2016
The LCA Ordination will be held at St Paul Lutheran Church, 44 Audrey Street, Blair Athol SA on Sunday, 4 December at 2pm. All are welcome to attend.
11 November 2016
ALC's closing service for the 2016 academic year will be held in the Immanuel Lutheran Church North Adelaide on Friday, 11 November at 9am. Holy Communion will be celebrated at this service.
All are welcome to attend.
Rescheduled launch of two new Luther publications
27 October 2016
All are invited to attend the rescheduled launch of two new Luther publications written by members of ALC lecturing staff. The launch will be held on Thursday, 27 October at 7.30pm in ALC's Refectory. (The original book launch planned for 29 September was cancelled due to dangerous weather conditions.)
Dr Stephen Pietsch has written Of Good Comfort and Dr Jeffrey Silcock has translated Athina Lexutt’s book, A Year with Luther - From The Great Reformer For Our Times. Copies of both publications will be on sale at the launch.
For catering purposes, please RSVP to Alice Lamnek – firstname.lastname@example.org by 23 October.
Evening Classes - Adelaide and online
6 September 2016
The next series of evening classes will be run over four consecutive Tuesdays commencing 6 September. Classes will be held from 7pm-9.30pm. To find out more and to register for these classes, refer to the 'News' section on the home page.
Public Lecture - Aid and community development work supported by Lutherans around the globe and the role we all play in a world which now hosts more refugees than any other time since the Second World War
5 September 2016
You are invited to attend this public lecture by Maria Immonen (Director of Lutheran World Federation's Department for World Service), being held at the college on Monday 5 September at 2.30pm.
Public Lecture - Entertaining Angels - Christian Hospitality in the Refugee Age
26 August 2016
You are invited to attend this public lecture by Dr Patrick Keifert, which will be held at the college on 26 August at 1.30pm.
In 1992 Dr Keifert published his book: Welcoming the Stranger, a public theology of worship and evangelism.
Dr Keifert has since built on this work as he currently serves as the President and Director of Research of the Church Innovations Institute. In this lecture, he will explore his original work with us as it is shaped by the 21st Century’s migration and refugee context.
2016 Fritzsche Oration
19 August 2016
This year's oration will be delivered on Friday, 19 August at 7.30pm in ALC's chapel.
Under the working title Professorial Personalities – Luther Seminary’s Early Years, Dr Vic Pfitzner (lecturer 1968-2004; principal 1989-1997) hopes to offer recollections on the personalities associated with the beginnings of the new united seminary formed in 1968 from the union of the prior Concordia and Immanuel Seminaries.
This oration will be live-streamed and a link will be made available via this website on Friday evening.
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