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Life at the Tenth Assembly
of the chalices that will be used during Eucharist at the
LWF Tenth Assembly. It is an expression of Aboriginal
artist Raymond Michell's pottery work.
About the Community
will reflect and meditate on the Assembly theme, 'For the
Healing of the World,' and thus on what healing, health and
wholeness mean in the context of worship." - Rev. Dr Päivi Jussila,
Assembly Worship Coordinator
for complete interview with the Assembly Worship Coordinator, Päivi
be a Powerful Experience
are going to be reading the same scriptures, celebrating the same
Eucharist, and praying the same prayers that Lutherans all over the
world share in common. In a world that is so divided and fractured,
this is very hopeful witness." - Bishop Raymond Schultz, ELCIC
for full article with Bishop R. Schultz.
LWF member churches, their congregations and communities is central
to the Assembly worship preparations. The communities chosen
to prepare the daily eucharistic celebrations promote a healing
community. These communities have varied perspectives to
healing resulting from their own experiences and situations.
for more information about
communities preparing worship.
Opening Eucharist at St. Boniface Cathedral
The dramatic scene
across the Red River from The Forks and the interwoven history of
St. Boniface Cathedral blend
well with the LWF Tenth Assembly theme, "For the Healing of the
for more information on St. Boniface Cathedral.
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