The history of the Lutheran Church of Australia is the sequence of events related to divisions, mergers and affiliations of Lutheran church organisations from the time Lutheranism first arrived in Australia, to the time of unification of the two main synods in 1966.
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... The final merge occurred in Tanunda, South Australia, at a joint synod held on 29 October to 2 November 1966 ... The merged organization was named the Lutheran Church of Australia (LCA) ... In 1973, the Lutheran Church of Australia published its first hymnal, the 'Lutheran Hymnal', revised in the mid-1980s into the present hymn book, the Lutheran Hymnal with Supplement ...
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