June 4, 2014
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada’s (ELCIC) national publication, Canada Lutheran, received six awards at the recent Canadian Church Press (CCP) Convention held May 1-2, 2014 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
“What a wonderful accomplishment for our national magazine,” says ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson. Canada Lutheran has consistently been recognized for its high standard of content, photos and design. I encourage everyone in the church to check out this publication and consider a subscription.”
ELCIC Graphic Designer Catherine Crivici won first place in the Feature Layout and Design category for her work on the October/November 2013 issue Pain and Blessing: Autism and the Church. “You’ve made a compelling layout,” noted the judge’s feedback. “There’s structure, and a good narrative arrangement to the images.”
Crivici received second place in the Edition Layout and Design of a Magazine category for the October/November issue. Her work was also recognized with a third place in the Front Cover of a Magazine category for the January/February 2013 issue.
ELCIC Director of Communications and Stewardship Trina Gallop Blank won second place in the News Photo category for A View from the Peace Tower, July/August 2013. “A different perspective of the event,” said the judge. “It is good to take advantages of location; gives a bit of a surprise.”
Columnist Rev. Daranne Harris won second place in the Biblical Interpretation category for Facing our Fears, March 2013. “A first rate piece and a pleasure to read,” said the judge.
Writer Geoff Kirbyson won third place in the Magazine Features category for the September 2013 article Hockey Chaplain: God cares about the people playing hockey. “Good opening -gets readers attention,” noted the judge in his feedback. “Great use of a profile to bring to light an entire program. Nice writing style. Good flow.”
The annual CCP awards program recognizes excellence in publications and allows participants the benefit of feedback provided by judges on all submissions.
Find out more about the ELCIC’s national publication, Canada Lutheran here: www.elcic.ca/clweb/index.html
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada is Canada's largest Lutheran denomination with 145,376 baptized members in 594 congregations. It is a member of the Lutheran World Federation, the Canadian Council of Churches and the World Council of Churches.
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