Compass No 645 - May 2022

From the Principal

Connecting As Community On Open Day

Sunday May 15th 12.30pm-3.30pm

Open Day provides an opportunity for new and continuing parents to learn more about the next phase of their children’s learning journey.  Families will have the opportunity to speak with teachers and students, learn more about the richness of learning at the College including unique opportunities accessed through Pacific Plus, interact with a variety of displays, be entertained by our musicians, and enjoy a sneak peek of our upcoming Dracula production.  Our hospitality students will be providing light snacks and the Friends of Pacific will be hosting a BBQ. 

The afternoon also provides an opportunity for us to come together as a community and for families to visit the new Year 3-5 Learning Space.  In keeping with our COVID-safe plan, all families are asked to register one adult family member through the Check In Qld app, sanitise on entry and exit to the College, maintain social distancing and observe the limitations of visitor numbers posted on classrooms.  People over 12 years of age are encouraged to consider wearing masks when indoors.

We look forward to connecting as a community on Sunday and celebrating the wonderful learning that our young people experience across all dimensions of life.

Principal's Log

Year 3, 5, 7, and 9 students successfully completed their NAPLAN testing in the online format this year.  The transition to the online format has required considerable work from our learning leaders and Information Technology Services team.  We thank our teachers for their preparation of the students, Mrs Sue Zweck and Mrs Jo Belchamber for their leadership, and our IT team for their professional and capable support.  We look forward to receiving the results and using the data in conjunction with other data to continue the improvement of learning at an individual and cohort level.

Our Year 8 IT students enjoyed the opportunity to participate in the Drone Fair at the University of the Sunshine Coast.  This experience complemented the students' learning in class where they have been programming micro Tello drones to complete mapping exercises. At the Drone Fair, students explored the role that drones play in industry and in the enhancement of our environment.  Thank you to Mrs Janine Stone for providing this enriching experience for our students.

We are pleased to be able to present complimentary house polo shirts to our founding Buran House members over this next fortnight.  Families of P-6 students are asked to provide the size of their children’s shirts via this link or as emailed to families on Wednesday afternoon. Year 7-12 students will advise of their size requirements in pastoral care group this week. 

We look forward to the upcoming performance of Dracula next weekend which promises to be an eloquent version with poetic devices woven throughout this classic story.  We wish Mrs Delaney and the cast and crew all the best as they complete the final preparations for the production.  Families are encouraged to invite friends to the performances of what promises to be another high-quality Pacific production.  Tickets can be purchased through the events centre.

We thank Mr Brad Burdon who has fulfilled the role of Acting Head of Sport very well while Mr Cameron West-McInnes has been on long service leave.  Mr Burdon is a highly skilled and passionate leader of sport and we thank him for his contribution.  We look forward to Mr Cameron West-McInnes’s return and Mr Burdon’s ongoing contribution to the enhancement of students’ sporting experience.  We welcome Mrs Sharon Hooper who will be teaching Prep while Mrs Anna Maher is on maternity leave.  We wish Mrs Maher and her family every blessing.

We give a prayer of thanks for the talent and generosity of spirit that enriches our community and the quality of opportunity that we provide to our young people.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal

From the College Chaplain

What’s required of you…

“And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8

The bible reading for this week’s chapels and devotions is centred around what we bring to God in worship of Him.

We have been blessed with so much, however, we don’t always recognise how fortunate we really are. In a world where we constantly compare ourselves to others in terms of how we look and what we have, it’s no wonder that we often feel inadequate. But not once does God require us to have any of those things as a priority! Instead, he calls us to use what we do have to serve others.

Over the past two weeks, there have been two important events that our students have been involved in, that summarise how we can serve with justice, mercy, and humility.

Service through justice and mercy

On a recent visit to the Salvation Army Church, I was once again reminded of how fortunate I am in life. Although I am far from “rich” by worldly measures, I have an abundance of love, food, and clothing. Listening to the stories of those who are less fortunate than I am made me realise that our privilege can be reversed in an instant, just like many who need and rely on the services of the Salvation Army for support.

This month marks the start of the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal. Once again, Pacific is encouraging families to “act justly and love mercy” and consider donating to this cause to help those who are in need. Each PCG and classroom has been provided with a collection basket where they can start to contribute non-perishable food items for the cause.

Service by walking humbly

At the moment, our Year 3, 5, 6, and 9 students have been busily preparing for and completing NAPLAN tests. It is easy for students and parents to get caught up in the pressure of these results and what a single point-in-time test might mean for us. However, we must also understand that these results have no bearing on who we are as people – as loved children of God. The results only tell you how you did that day, but they don’t tell us the full picture of who you are. They don’t show us how you’ve cared for a friend who was in need that day; or how you made someone’s day by just saying ‘hello’ to them with a smile.

God is not asking from us the same things as what the world asks from us. He sees us as we truly are and how we were made, by Him – as his wonderful creation. So, all we are required to do is to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly. It’s as simple as that.

Mr Mark Hauser, College Chaplain

From the Head of Middle College

Middle College Happenings

As we approach the middle of the term our Year 6 Leaders are excitedly awaiting their opportunity to connect, lead and inspire our Junior College students. The Year 6 Leaders will welcome Year 3 students as guests in lunchtime games and connection room and take on the role of a mentor and/or buddy as they take a moment to disengage from explicit learning and enjoy each other’s company. This is a wonderful initiative that has come at an excellent time of the term given the rainy weather that results in play areas being waterlogged and out of bounds. We look forward to these connections growing throughout the year and evolving the program to encompass other Junior College year levels.

Enhancing student wellbeing by encouraging student agency will form the center of a two-lesson workshop. Dr Bronwyn Dolling. College Principal and Ms Leigh Finter, Head of Senior College Students will run this workshop in the coming weeks, starting with our Year 7 and Year 8 students. The purpose of the workshop is to empower our students to engage in ‘courageous conversations’ with each other as they reflect on current processes of student referral and examine ways to grow in their collective responsibility, ensuring students feel safe and valued each day. Students will be presented with external organisational programs that are available to Pacific for safe and discreet referral, as well as ideating their own thoughts and working collaboratively to make decisions. This is an exciting initiative that we are thankful to Ms Leigh Finter for establishing.

I look forward to attending the Year 6 GRIP Leadership day this Thursday 12th May at Venue 114 with 14 young, excited minds. This day will enable our leaders to connect, inspire, and be inspired by like-minded students on the Sunshine Coast.

Mr Brett Kersnovske, Acting Head of Middle College 

From the Head of Staff and Students P-5

Collaborate, connect and commend.

The framework attached to the Pacific Way identifies the three themes of “Me”, “We”, and “See” as holistically combining to form a complete picture of the development of the whole child. This term, during assemblies, we will be looking in detail at the “We” component of individuals who relate to each other, how we learn together, what is a Christian community and how learning in the outdoors supports our relationships.

The “We” of The Pacific Way aims to build the attributes involved with collaboration. Humans are social beings, and as much as some of us relish a time to be alone, our connection with others helps us better understand ourselves, each other, and the world and opens broader opportunities.

One of the statements involved in the Pacific Way speaks of listening, valuing difference, and celebrating the potential of others. Every day across the college, I am privileged to witness interactions that, in some way, touch on these signposts. Conversations between students and staff allow the opportunity to listen and learn from each other and realise that the skills each of us possess is unique and enrich the lives of all around us.  It supports us to celebrate the learning and growth in each other and reminds us that our differences are things that unite us the most.

Gawun and Kids in Action

This term has seen the expansion of our service leadership model in Year 5. From continued discussion from our Leadership Day at the end of Term 1, our leaders have suggested ways they could be of assistance to others.  Our leaders are easily identifiable with their high-vis vests on and make a real impact in our College. Our leaders have been busy helping students enter the College from the Foundation carpark, supporting readers, and helping in the playground and the library spaces. Many have volunteered to lead tours this upcoming Open Day and they have taken the opportunity to support Chappy Hauser in supporting the Red Shield Appeal across the Junior College.

In addition to this, a group of students took part in the developmental project day of the council-run program Kids in Action. This year’s theme involves Catchment to Country-Mountains to the Sea. The students visited various areas across Kabi-Kabi Country to better understand the methods employed by First Nations in managing catchments and the resources associated with them. Their next steps are to work as a team to develop a plan about an identified issue from the day and present their project to other students later in the year. I thank the dedication and enthusiasm of the students as this requires significant extra work on their part. Their passion for service is making a significant impact on other Junior College students, and they are learning a lot about themselves in the process.

Outdoor Education

When the Pacific Way was being planned, there was an intentionality in involving the Outdoor Education department in the finished proposal. Through outdoor education, students learn how we assess risk and gain confidence to act in an unfamiliar setting. Taking a calculated risk and learning through acting takes many varied forms. How we value others and communicate when in the outdoors is addressed throughout the document.

I look forward to attending the Year 4 Outdoor Education this week. I thank Mr Paul Brace, the Year 4 teaching team, and the many staff involved in preparing this rich experience for our students. I look forward to witnessing the learning connection between the College and the outdoor classroom.


Congratulations to those Year 3, 4, and 5 students who represented the College at the SCIPHA Chess tournament, held at Suncoast Christian College on Friday 6th May. The competition was open into two categories: Open and Novice. Our teams performed very well and, most importantly, had a great day mingling and learning from other chess enthusiasts. Thank you to Mrs Joanne Baily for her organisation and supervision on the day.

Take care, and God bless.

Mr Damian Davis, Head of Staff and Students P-5

From the Head of Career Development

Career News

Residential Living Expo for students planning to move to Brisbane for university studies (Year 11 and 12)

If you are planning to move to Brisbane for university study after Year 12, the Residential Living Expo will help you find a place to live while you are studying. Representatives from almost all the student accommodation providers in Brisbane will be at the expo to answer your questions. The expo also includes a series of presentations by some of the providers. The event will be held at Sunshine Coast Grammar School on Monday 30th May from 4.00pm to 6.00pm. Registration is essential if you wish to attend any of the presentations. Please see the attached flyer for information and a registration link.

Mrs Wanda Hayes, Head of Career Development

From the Head of Instrumental Music

Music News

The music department is back in full swing, with all ensembles up and running on a weekly basis. The ensembles have been busy preparing pieces for our Open Day on Sunday 15th May. As well as music to greet guests at the front of the school, the ensembles will also be performing in the music rooms at the following times:

12.30pm - Primo String Ensemble

12.50pm - Senior Rock Band

1.10pm – Junior Rock Band

1.30pm – Senior String Ensemble

1.50pm – Jazz Ensemble

2.10pm – Intermediate Concert Band

2.30pm – Senior Concert Band

2.50pm – Pacific Orchestra

3.10pm – Junior String Ensemble

We are also looking ahead to our Ensembles Concert at the end of week 9 (Friday 17th June) where all the ensembles will be showcased at an end-of-semester concert in the College Gym. Food and drinks will be available to purchase so it’s an evening not to be missed.

Last weekend 14 music students attended the annual Sunshine Coast Youth Orchestra Camp in Mapleton. The students spent the weekend working in small tutorial groups and with their respective ensembles. They were able to showcase their hard work in an end-of-camp concert on Sunday afternoon. Congratulations to all the students who represented the College beautifully and were able to strengthen their musical capabilities and connections with like-minded music students from around the Sunshine Coast.

Mrs Helen Williams, Head of Instrumental Music

From the Head of Information Technology

Drones in Year 8

On Thursday 28th April, the Year 8 IT class participated in the Drone Fair at Sunshine Coast University, which was hosted by She Maps. She Maps is an educational online body aimed at removing gender bias in the teaching of STEM with a clear focus on engaging students in the world of spacial science. 

The students in Year 8 IT have been working throughout the year on programming the micro Tello drone. They have navigated obstacle courses, plotted shuttle journeys for goods delivery, and used geospatial maps, where the drone was programmed to take a series of photos which are later recovered and stitched to create a replication of the map.

During the afternoon students looked at how drones were being used in industry and were presented with some interesting studies being undertaken. One of these studies included mapping koalas in the environment using drones equipped with a thermal camera. The view through the camera showed koalas as they moved in the tree canopy.

Students also developed further understanding of their roles and responsibilities as micro drone pilots as well as refining their drone manoeuvring skills using a tablet as a controller.

At the conclusion of the day, all students in the group were awarded their She Map’s Junior Drone Pilot’s licence.

Well done Year 8 and many thanks to She Maps for organising the event.

Mrs Janine Stone, Head of Information Technology

Food for Thought

Managing Technology In The Home

As our children are spending more time connected to others via technology in the home, leading internet safety expert Brett Lee shares 5 key principles as a guide for parents to manage technology in the home environment.


Mrs Annie Williams, College Counsellor

Friends of Pacific

Connecting College and Community

Mother’s Day Thanks 

We offer our warm thanks to all who supported Friends of Pacific last week with our Mother’s Day Stall. We trust the students enjoyed the opportunity to purchase a gift as an expression of the love and gratitude they have for their Mums, Grandma’s, and special women in their life.

Thank you to our registered volunteers from across the College, the grounds staff, and our wonderful teaching staff who helped make this such a success. Special thanks to Mrs Teena Thompson, Allyson Sarvari, and Mrs Borak for all their organisational support and to the Delarue Family and Grandma Wendy for again generously donating such beautiful, handcrafted gifts to the stall.

Volunteering at Pacific

Hosting events such as the Mother’s Day Stall and the upcoming Athletics and Gala Day BBQs is only possible thanks to the efforts of those in our College Community who give so generously of their time. Volunteering at Pacific Lutheran College has now become more streamlined, with recent changes in legislation pertaining to volunteers in schools. All volunteers must undertake mandatory training to volunteer at Pacific Lutheran College. If you are interested in volunteering with the College, induction sessions are run once a term and are marked on the College calendar, the next session being the 20th May at 9.00am. Please contact Kim Bonello at to register your interest in attending this course.

Open Day BBQ

Friends of Pacific are supporting the upcoming Open Day with a BBQ and drink stall. Drop by and say hello on Sunday 15th May.

Next Meeting

Our next meeting is 6.30pm on Tuesday 17th May in the Pacific Lutheran College Library. All are welcome to attend.

Click here to follow our Friends of Pacific Facebook page.

Mrs Jenny Lee, Friends of Pacific Chairperson

College News

Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop opening hours are as follows:

Monday:            8.00am-10.30am

Tuesday:           8.00am-10.30am and 2.00pm-4.00pm

Wednesday:      8.00am-10.30am

Thursday:          8.00am-10.30am

Friday:               Closed

Appointments can be made via the Main Reception on 5436 7300.

Flexischool orders are also available for your convenience. These orders will be completed Monday to Thursday and delivered to the students’ classroom for P-6 students and to the PCG pigeonholes in the Wellbeing Centre for Year 7-12 students.

BOYS FORMAL HATS, GIRLS FORMAL HATS, and SPORTS POLOS are now back in stock and can be ordered via Flexischools or by appointment at the Uniform Shop.

Please be patient as we are still experiencing delays on stock across all areas. If an item is out of stock on Flexischools it is also out of stock in the Uniform Shop. Stock will be refilled as quickly as possible. I apologize if I cannot provide exact stock arrival times. Thank you for your understanding.

Mrs Peta King, Uniform Shop

'Dracula' Based on the timeless classic by Bram Stoker

Come along and immerse yourself in the Pacific Lutheran College version of the stunningly written literary classic, ‘Dracula’ by Bram Stoker (adapted for the stage by David Calcutt).

No, you won’t see ‘The Count’ in his usual rather clichéd ‘Sesame Street’ or ‘Halloween’-inspired characterisation. Our version is told eloquently and with beautiful poetic devices, through the characters themselves, drawing you into the gripping story. Stunning period costumes and an intriguing set will delight your senses, not to mention the music that cleverly binds the story together.

This is a play that celebrates beautiful literature, the immense talent of the cast……and one evil Vampire!

Why not drop into the Drama Undercroft on Open Day and say hello to the Cast of the show.

Tickets selling now: Dracula Opens NEXT WEEK!

Mrs Janine Delaney, Director

Sport News

Year 7-12 Sport



This is a big two weeks of trials for our 13-15 years athletes, with both male and female District trials occurring. Pacific Lutheran College will again send a strong contingent of players. Good luck to all attending.


The draw for Round 4 held in Week 5 on Wednesday the 18th of May is:




Congratulations to Saxon Mathers, Year 7 student, who finished 2nd at the recent Australasian Scooter Titles. Saxon competed against 24 athletes from Australia and New Zealand to take home the silver medal.

The Queensland Senior State Age Netball Championships were held on the Gold Coast over the Labour Day weekend. There were seven Pacific Lutheran College students representing Caloundra and Sunshine Coast U16 and U15 teams along with our very own Michelle Dufty, Coach of the U16 Caloundra Red Team, and Emma Frohmuller, Assistant Coach of the U15 Caloundra Red Team.

Brooke Williams  - U15 Sunshine Coast Green

Katie Graves - U16 Caloundra Red

Gabby Gorham - U16 Caloundra Red

Ava Stanieg - U15 Caloundra Blue

Kate Williams - U15 Caloundra Red

Jessica Watkins - U16 Caloundra Red 

Georgia Frohmuller - U15 Sunshine Coast Gold

Two teams made the Top 10 in Queensland with the U16 Caloundra Red Team placing 9th and the U15 Sunshine Coast Gold placing 4th.

Our School Netball Pathway/Journey has played a large part in our students competing at a representative level.

We look forward to the Queensland Junior State Age Championship in July with several Pacific Lutheran College students competing.

Mr Brad Burdon, Acting Head of Sport

Junior Sport

Year 3-6 Pacific Lutheran College Athletics Carnival

The Junior College Inter-house Athletics Carnival will be held on Thursday 2nd June (Week 7). The focus of the carnival is student participation and a positive sports experience.  A few events will take place prior to the carnival next week.  Details of the pre-carnival events are as follows:

12 Years High Jump – District Selection Trials - Wednesday 18th May, 1.00pm – 1.40pm, (lunchtime)

Students in Year 6 who are turning 12 this year (2010 birth year) and would like to be considered for district selection in the high jump will need to attend this trial held at Pacific Lutheran College. Students from Year 7 who are turning 12 this year will also attend this trial.

Year 6 students will still compete in the 12-years high jump event at the Year 3-6 Athletics Carnival for house and age champion points.

Sprint Nominations – At Carnival

Students will nominate to run in competitive races (heats) or a non-competitive race on the day of the carnival.  All competitive heats at the carnival will be timed using electronic timing gates with the times from these heats collated to determine the fastest times per age group. This will be used to determine age champion points and district selection in these events.

Discus Event - Thursday 19th May, 1.40pm – 3.00pm

All students will take part in the discus event at Pacific Lutheran College during Thursday sports time. Students will be awarded age champion, house points, and district selection for this event.

10-12 Years 1500m – District SelectionTuesday 17th May, 7.30am – 8.25am, (before school – Meridan AFL fields)

Students wishing to compete in the 1500m at the Independent District Carnival will need to attend this trial. Age champion and house points are not awarded for this event as this is only for district selection.

Brisbane Active Football Program

Later this term, Pacific Lutheran College will host the Brisbane Active Football Program here on the College fields on a Friday afternoon. Details regarding the program are included in the attached flyer. If you are interested in your child being part of the program, please register by following the details below.

Mr Darren Hooper, Head of Junior Sport P-6

Club Sport

Club Sport

Pacific Lutheran College has several sports development programs outside of school hours. These programs encourage participation, giving students the opportunity to be part of a team, and learn basic skills of the game.

The parent-led Pacific FC Soccer and PLC Netball Clubs compete on Saturdays in community competitions throughout the Sunshine Coast.

PLC Netball Club

Congratulations to all teams for an awesome week of netball after our short break. Unfortunately, only a few teams came away with wins, but every team fought their hardest until the last minute of their games. We’re hopeful that the weather clears up so we can have another great round of netball this weekend!

Contact: Donna Townsend, PLC Netball Club President
Facebook: PLC Netball Club
Instagram: PLC Netball Club

Pacific FC

Thank you to our Volunteers

We thank our many volunteers who took the time to set up, help in the canteen and on the BBQ and pack up. The many hands made light work and the club appreciates the effort. Special thanks to John Williams who set up many fields in the rain on Friday afternoon.

Round 5 Match Reports

U6 Manta Rays: On sloshy ground, the Manta Rays were in their element slipping, sliding and slamming home multiple goals. Exquisite skills and determination were vigorously applauded by well-wishers and parents alike. Well done Manta Rays! - Chris and Manager Mike

U7 Orcas: Great team spirit and dedication shown by the U7 Orcas on Saturday! The Orcas have displayed a massive improvement in their skills and teamwork with each game they play. Player of the Match – Mila and Ellie - Excellent Effort award! Good work Orcas. - Coach Shannon

U7 Snappers: The team played so well on Saturday - a huge win with 17 goals! Thanks to stand-in coach Dean and well done to the whole team who played a full game with gusto due to no subs! - Player of the Match – Hugo- Katie

U7 Stingrays - U7 Stingrays played Mooloolaba Rockets in a nice, early game at home. The Rockets were strong hard kickers. Player of the match – Elliot. Well done to all Stingrays. – Manager Kirsty

U8 Angelfish - Great game against the Pacific Swordfish on Saturday! The girls are really gaining confidence and passing to each other and working as a team! Fantastic work to superstars: Alaina - scored 2 goals and Player of the Match – Indie - Manager Sharon

U9 Sharks – The team scored not just their first goal of the season, but also won their first match 4-2! A lot of big squeals from the team, coach, manager, and parents! Fabulous goal kick from Marshall that nearly cleared the field, fantastic running from Jason and great kicks from Kaiden! Noah Y defended well, and we welcomed Dylan who had some great gains. Darcy also showed some excellent running & defence resilience. Super team effort. – Manager Katie

U9 Seahorses – The team is back in full force! Another great win 4-2 against Palmwoods Knights. The girls are improving each and every week, showing great determination and skills on the field. We have finally returned to our 2021 goal celebrations and the girls had every parent cheering with excitement on the sidelines. Our player of the match, Louise, has been a stand-out player every week, always chasing and fighting for the ball, running back and forth with great speed and skill. Amazing effort by the whole team. Game dedicated to all our amazing soccer mums, ending the game with 3 big Mother’s Day cheers. Well done Seahorses. - Manager Gabby

U10 Hammerheads - The Hammerheads took on the Palmwoods Warriors and WOW, what an amazing game it was, with both teams fighting hard right until the very end. The Hammerheads were dominant in the first half with goal after goal being scored by our super star striker Hunter Raymond and amazing goal keeping by our player of the match Charlie Gallagher! The Warriors came back in the second half and, unfortunately for the Hammerheads, there was a final goal kicked up & over the head of our goalkeeper to make the final score 5 to 4 in favour of the Warriors. Both teams were outstanding on the day and it was a joy to watch from the sideline! - Manager Tanya

U11 Marlins – The team played against the Buderim Heat at home. There were some goal attempts that could have evened the score but not to be this week. Faolan scored a fantastic goal with great teamwork from Chase. The final score was 5-2 Buderim’s way but not without a great second half fight by the Marlins! Congratulations to Toby and Benn for well-deserved awards this week! – Manager Amanda

Under 14 Barracudas – The team travelled north to take on Noosa Gold. Two quick goals from the Barracudas, despite being a player down at start of match, was met with a goal returned soon after by Noosa. Barracudas were strengthened late in the first half with an 11th player on the field and this made an immediate impact, with another goal for the Barracudas taking them into the half-time break 3-1 up. The second half tightened up however the Barracudas’ unwavering pressure paid dividends with two further goals in the latter half of the match, including an exquisite nonpreferred foot strike by Ned P.  Tom A was strong as the keeper.  The defence continued to turn the opposition away and are working well together.  The Barracudas were 5-1 victors in the end! – Coach Sheldon

U15/16 Eels – The team was up against the Palmwoods Commandos at home. A tight first half saw both teams locked up at 2-2.  Great half-time advice saw the Eels jump out of the blocks in the second half to post 6 goals. A great team effort with solid defence, sharp passing presenting loads of forward attacking runs throughout the game. Congratulations to Blake for player of the day. Well done to the Eels - a very strong performance to finish up 8-3 winners. – Manager Nicole

Round 6 Draw can be found here and our next home game is May 28th.

Contact: The Registrar
Facebook: Pacific Soccer FC 

Mrs Rita Williams, Pacific FC President

St Mark’s Lutheran Church

Worship @ St Mark’s

Sharing a common mission and ministry with Pacific Lutheran College

“Growing in faith and sharing God’s love with others”

Weekly worship services are held at 14 Bombala Terrace Caloundra at 9.00am. We are thankful that we can meet together each week for worship. As we do this, there are still physical distancing, and hygiene requirements we need to follow to ensure the health and safety of everyone in our community.

Our worship services are intergenerational with a blend of traditional and contemporary.

You’re welcome to follow us on Facebook and visit our Church webpage.

All are welcome at any of our services.

Pastor Ray Morris, St Mark’s Lutheran Church (0429 856 532 or

Upcoming Dates


11       Year 4 Outdoor Education Program commences

13       Year 4 Outdoor Education program concludes

15       Pacific Lutheran College Open Day

17       “Wear Red’ Casual Clothes Day to support Red Sheild Appeal

20       Senior College Production of ‘Dracula’

21       Senior College Production of ‘Dracula’ – last performance

24       P-12 Photo Day

27       Caloundra Show Day