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Coming events

include an organ recital at CCSL; Library Day 2015 at Moore College; St James Institute (4); Centre for Apologetic Scholarship and Education; Anglican Historical Society.

For details see our Events page.

Commencement Service for Rev. Michael Armstrong

Thursday, 28 May 2015, All Saints Church, Hunters Hill.

Movement for the Ordination of Women, Sydney

The MOW Report for April is now available.
Read it here (PDF).

Welcome to Anglicans Together Online

Rev Kanishka Raffel

New Dean for St Andrew's Cathedral

The Rev Kanishka Raffel has been appointed the new Dean of Sydney, the first person from a non-European background to hold the position.
St Marks South Hurstville

ANZAC Centenary Commemoration at St Mark's

St Mark's South Hurstville hosted an ecumenical commemoration for the centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in conjunction with South Hurstville RSL Sub-branch.
Christ Church St Laurence

ANZAC Centenary Commemoration at CCSL

250 people attended a service of Solemn Evensong at Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney to commemorate the centenary of the landing at Gallipoli. The service took place in the presence of the Governor of NSW.
Rev Michael Armstrong

New rector for Hunters Hill parish

Dr Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney, has approved the appointment of the Rev Michael Armstrong, Rector of the Anglican Parish of Wagga Wagga, as the new Rector of St Mark's and All Saints', the Anglican Parish of Hunters Hill.
Anzac Commemoration

ANZAC Centenary Commemoration

An ecumenical Service was held in St James' Church, King Street, Sydney on 7th March 2015, to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Anzac.
Dr Keith Mascord

Debate on Women's Ordination continues

Dr Keith Mascord gave a public lecture to Soundings and the Sydney Movement for the Ordination of Women on 'Breaking the Stained Glass Ceiling'.
Fr Gwilym

Adieu to Fr Gwilym

Parishioners filled the church of St Luke's Enmore/Stanmore to say farewell to their much loved Rector.
Rev Andrew Sempell

'Ora et labora'

The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, ponders the mission of the church and suggests some directions for change.
Bishop Libby Lane

Women bishops in the Church of England

The Reverend Libby Lane has been consecrated as Bishop of Stockport.
Pancake night

The great pancake bake-off

Lyn Bannerman reports on the Shrove Tuesday pancake event in support of St Laurence House featuring a bake-off bertween the rectors of St James King Street and Christ Church St Laurence.
Bells in action

Bell ringing as an Anglican tradition in Sydney

Deryn Griffiths, Tower Captain at Christ Church St Laurence, explains the art of bell ringing and its tradition in Sydney.
Bishop Barbara Darling

Vale Bishop Barbara Darling 1947–2015

A tribute to the late Barbara Darling, consecrated as Bishop in the Church of God in Melbourne, 2008.
Rev Dr Sue Emeleus

Women's Interfaith Network

Reverend Dr Sue Emeleus (St Luke's Concord/Burwood) describes her personal journey with the Women's Faith Network in Sydney.
Marcus Borg

Vale Marcus Borg

Lyn Bannerman pays tribute to a great biblical scholar and reviews his last book, Convictions.
Bus tour group

A unique bus tour

A group of St Paul's, Burwood parishioners, joined by others from several Sydney Anglican parishes, recently experienced a unique Bus Tour of faith communities in western Sydney.
Bishop Kay Goldsworthy

Kay Goldsworthy Bishop of Gippsland

Bishop Kay Goldsworthy, the first woman consecrated a Bishop in the Anglican Church of Australia, has been installed as Bishop of Gippsland in Victoria.
Reverend Martin Davies

St James Institute, Sydney

Reverend Martin Davies, Director, writes: 'One of my major influences in prayer is the Christian spiritual tradition originating in the desert of third to fifth century Egypt.'