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“Canada Lutheran” – Synod Insert
“Canada Lutheran” is the magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. Each synod has its own synod section. Currently, there are eight issues per year.
We are always looking for stories about the people, events and places of our synod.
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- …to connect the people and congregations of our synod.
- …to provide a forum for celebrating the people, places and mission of the congregations in our synod.
- …to help us learn from each other and encourage each other in our work for Christ.
To access “Celebrations”, click here.
A Newsletter for those who Appreciate and Participate in Worship and the Arts
Focus on Ministry
. . . . . Good ideas for your congregation!
Focus on Ministry is prepared by the Communications Committee, Synod of Alberta and the Territories.
The purpose of these newletters is to share ideas for ministry and is intended for the leaders in your congregation. The topics are divided into five groups: Worship, Learning, Witness, Service and Support.
Please distribute to:
- Council Members
- Committee Members
- Church School Teacher
- Newsletter Editor
- Any members who will be encouraged to act on ideas suggested here
Go to the Focus on Ministry site
The Forum is a publication of the Communications Committee, Synod of Alberta and the Territories
Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for members of this Synod to air their convictions and views on issues affecting individuals, local congregations, the synod and the larger church.
Go to the Forum site
Christmas Resource Book
by Harold Gniewotta
Let us now go to Bethlehem…. was written for families, busy pastors, youth, Sunday School teachers, and the Women of the Church.