Specific Ministry Pastors attend campus for training
ALC’s on-campus student community expanded last week with the arrival of 13 participants, keen to make the most of a four-day Specific Ministry Pastor (SMP) training workshop on the Gospel...
Enrol now for study at ALC
Do you long to share your love of Christ and his life-changing Word to inspire the faith journey in others? ALC is here to support people just like you, whether...
College community retreats into the hills
Once per semester at ALC we set aside a day to withdraw from our regular routines and activities, as Jesus did from time to time (Mark 1:35).
Equipping the church in South-East Asia
During March, Pastor Richard Haar (ALC’s Lecturer in Systematics and Pastoral Theology) led a two-part webinar on 'Exploring the message of Christian hope' at the request of the newly opened...
Lay preaching the focus of new training opportunity
Following a request from the LCANZ College of Bishops, ALC has developed and recently launched an online Lay Preacher Training module to support congregational lay preachers—current and future.
ALC Library - a resource for the whole Church
It’s a well-known fact that our pastors can access ALC’s library free of charge, but did you know that this also applies to teachers in Lutheran schools, congregational staff and...
A new academic year begins
While some effects of COVID-19 continue on into 2021, leaving many of you unable to attend our year opening events, ALC was still able to mark the commencement of a...
Festival of Learning a first for ALC
Open to anyone, anywhere, last week's inaugural ALC Festival of Learning used a hybrid approach to bring people together on campus and online, with the majority favouring a remote learning...
New Lutheran Study Centre to benefit from partnership
Recently Rev Matt Anker, Assistant to the Bishop – International Mission, and ALC Principal, James Winderlich, signed an agreement that will see LCA International Mission (LCA-IM) and ALC jointly support...
ALC Library and Museum of PNG Artefacts collaborate
Wantok Place is a museum of Papua New Guinea (PNG) artefacts owned by the Lutheran Church of Australia and governed by the LCA Committee for International Mission.
Opening Conversation: Forming the Heart to Serve
Learning—whether through an intentional program of study, or through reflection upon various life experiences—transforms the learner towards enriched ways of understanding and acting.
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