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James Winderlich

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Australian Lutheran College

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Australian Lutheran College

104 Jeffcott St

North Adelaide, South Australia,5006

Australia

Company Description

Australian Lutheran College (ALC) is the tertiary education provider of the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA). Its task is to serve the LCA through the preparation and ongoing education of people for service in the church and the world. ALC has enjoyed the un...more

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Employment History

Institute of Faith Education


Pastor

Lutheran Media


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Pastor

Magill parishe


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Pastor

Pilgrim Lutheran Church


Affiliations

Fraser Coast Palliative Care Service

Founder


Education

Luther Seminary


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Speakers - Institute of Faith Education

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Rev James Winderlich
Rev James Winderlich James Winderlich has served as an ordained pastor of the Lutheran Church of Australia for the past 25 years. During that time he has lived and worked in parishes from Maryborough, Qld through to Adelaide, SA (5 in all). This has given him exposure to the diverse needs of Christian communities who are active and thrive in both rural and urban contexts. While serving as a parish pastor James also contributed to the development of indigenous Lutheran Churches in Central Australia through his time as chair of Finke River Mission. This experience led to his interest in postcolonial theory and theology, which he has taken up at a post-graduate level. One of the primary roles of Finke River Mission is education which, when applied in a distinctly cross-cultural context accentuates the need for the teacher to firstly be a receptive hearer and co-learner. It was in this context that James also began to understand the vital connection between identity and learning. In the indigenous pedagogical practices and values that he was able to observe there was not just the need to acquire useful life skills, but also the vital need for identity and connection. In 2014 James was invited by the Lutheran Church of Australia to serve as the Principal of Australian Lutheran College (ALC). ALC provides foundational and advanced theological education, including pre-service programs for ministry preparation and in-service programs for professional growth and leadership development, leading to work in congregations and schools of the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) as well as the wider community. ALC delivers Higher Education awards as a College of the University of Divinity (UD), a consortium of theological learning institutions. ALC also delivers Vocational Education and Training programmes as a member College of the Australian Centre for Advanced Studies. This appointment has stretched James, and he has approached his new role as a learner. His learning has taken him back to his earlier central Australian experience as he considers the nature of the various intersections between Lutheran theology and education which is also primarily about identity and connection. James and Karen (a teacher) have been married for 30 years and they are blessed through their three sons: Josh (26), Sam (24), Noah (14) who are all, themselves, life-long learners.


Conference programme - Institute of Faith Education

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Rev James Winderlich
Principal, Australian Lutheran College


Winderlich, James | Australian Lutheran College

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Pastor James Winderlich
About James Winderlich James was born in Lae, Papua New Guinea (PNG) on 4 May 1964. His parents, who served as teachers at various Lutheran missions in PNG, are Trevor and Elizabeth (nee Noack). Upon moving to Australia James completed his primary schooling at Tanunda Lutheran School and his secondary schooling at Murray Bridge High School. His father was the principal of the local Lutheran school at both of those locations. Upon completing secondary school James worked for three years as a clerk for a building firm in Murray Bridge. On 10 January 1987 James married Karen Mogg at St Martins Lutheran Church, Mount Gambier. Karen and James have three sons: Joshua, Samuel and Noah. During that time James also served as a part-time police chaplain for the Wide Bay-Burnett Division of the Queensland Police Service, and helped established the Fraser Coast Palliative Care Service. In 1986 James and his family moved to Paringa, South Australia, to serve the Holy Cross (Paringa) and St Johns (Meringur) parish, then to Pilgrim Lutheran church Magill in 2001. While at Pilgrim James began his service as board chair of Finke River Mission. This lasted for eight years. In 2007 James commenced his service at St Stephen's Lutheran Church in Adelaide. It was during his time at St Stephen's that James more fully engaged in multi-cultural ministry. This began firstly with a Nuer Sudanese community that was already established at St Stephen's and later with Chinese-speaking community that James participated in establishing.


Board of Directors | Australian Lutheran College

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Rev James Winderlich (Principal)


Contact Us

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Rev James Winderlich
principal@alc.edu.au 08 8267 7400


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