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Gutnius Lutheran Church

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Gutnius Lutheran Church
ClassificationProtestant
OrientationLutheranism
PolityEpiscopal
Head BishopThe Rev. Nicodemus Aiyene
AssociationsInternational Lutheran Council,
Lutheran World Federation,
Papua New Guinea Council of Churches
RegionPapua New Guinea
Origin1948
Branched fromLutheran Church–Missouri Synod
Congregations550[1]
Members125,000 baptized[1]
Ministers250[1]
Hospitals1
Secondary schools1
Tertiary institutions2 seminaries[1]

The Gutnius Lutheran Church, formerly the Wabag Lutheran Church, is a Lutheran body existing in Papua New Guinea. Gutnius means "Good News" in Tok Pisin. It was established by the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod in 1948, shortly after the Australian administration of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea permitted missionary activity to spread into the western highlands. The church counts 125.000 parishioners, largely confined to Enga Province in the western highlands. It operates Immanuel Lutheran Hospital and St. Paul's Lutheran Secondary School (Pausa) at Wapenamanda, Enga Province. The church has other health and educational institutions as well.

It has suffered some attrition in numbers as fundamentalist and charismatic sects based in the United States of America have conducted aggressive proselytising activities among its members in the Enga.

In recent decades the church has increasingly established ties with the longer-established, theologically more liberal, and liturgically more conservative Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea. It co-operates with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in conducting clergy education and, with that Lutheran denomination and the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea, in operating the Balob Teachers College in Lae.

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Papua New Guinea - Gutnius Lutheran Church (GLC)". Retrieved 22 June 2016.

Further reading

  • Spruth, Erwin Luther. And the Word of God Spread: A Brief History of the Gutnius Lutheran Church, Papua New Guinea. Ann Arbor, 1981.

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This page was last edited on 10 July 2020, at 21:39
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