Help us light 1,500 candles before Easter

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The past few months have seen incredible suffering across the world and at home. Suffering appears in our personal lives for many reasons – losing an income, leaving behind a relationship, grieving for a loved one – it often brings with it a darkness that is hard to light.

Now we reach the season of Lent which sees Christians around the world reflect on the sacrificial love of Jesus who also experienced great suffering in his lifetime. His love ignited hope in those who came in contact with him and experienced his care.

As Christians reflect on Christ’s sacrificial love, many engage in the tradition of ‘giving up’ something for the 40 days of Lent. As you think about what you might ‘give up’ for Lent this year, think about how that sacrifie might be used to bring light to someone who is experiencing darkness in their lives today.

Together we can light the way for people who visit us and give them hope as they learn to be a light for others. We ask for your help through prayer and/or a donation to help us bring light to someone's darkness.

Click here to lighten the load of 1,500 people before Easter.

Bring Light to the Darkness through Prayer

We have created a 40 days of Lent prayer calendar full of prayer point suggestions for the work of LCC and ministries of care around the world. LCC Director Helen Lockwood has also written devotions based on the readings that you can use for the Sundays during Lent. Each prayer request will also be uploaded daily on our Facebook page. Follow us today to see them in your News Feed.

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About Us...

Lutheran Community Care provides community services on behalf of the Lutheran Church in South Australia and Northern Territory.

We support communities through responding to the needs of individuals and families, community development, learning opportunities, accommodation and support.

Much of our work aims to address poverty and injustice so that those in need are empowered to achieve their full potential.

Our services are based on respect, integrity and compassion. We work with communities to develop efficient and effective ways to respond to individuals and families in need. We embrace all people regardless of language, culture, ethnicity or religion.

Our staff and volunteers walk alongside those in need to provide, not just the necessities of food, clothing and shelter but also support and care.

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