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Position vacant

Youth Ministry Leader

Christ Church St Laurence, Railway Square, is seeking a person to lead its youth ministry.
Part time, initially 2 days a week.
Applications close 28 October.
Enquiries: Rector, Rev. Dr Daniel Dries, 02 92110560 or email:
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Position vacant

Director, St James Institute, St James, King Street

Part time, 2.5 days per week.
Applications close 28 October
Enquiries: Rector, Reverend Andrew Sempell, 02 82771300

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Bishop Garry Weatherill

Appointment to Appellate Tribunal

The Anglican Church of Australia has announced that the Right Reverend Garry Weatherill, Bishop of Ballarat, has been elected by the members of the General Synod House of Laity to membership of the Appellate Tribunal.
Associate Professor Bill Peirson

Master of New College

Advice has been received from the retiring Master, Prof Trevor Cairney, of the appointment of his replacement, Associate Professor William (Bill) Peirson , to take effect from 5 November 2016. Professor Cairney said that: "Dr Peirson has been Dean of Residents at New College since 2015. Prior to this role he was the former Director of the Water Research Laboratory at UNSW. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor within the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering. He has over 30 years professional and research experience in water engineering. He has published his work widely and supervised many research students while at UNSW. In his relatively short time with us as Dean of Residents at New College, he has served with great distinction. I have no doubt that he will be a fine Master at New College and will make the transition to his new role swiftly." The College is now seeking a new Dean.

Statement regarding same sex marriage

The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, has issued a statement on same sex marriage, as a contribution to current debate within the Anglican Church in Sydney and the broader community. Read the President's Statement in the AT journal
Reverend Keith Mascord

Statement regarding Rev. Keith Mascord

At the Annual General Meeting of Anglicans Together held on Sunday 25 September 2016, the matter of the de-licensing of the Reverend Keith Mascord was raised by a member from the floor. Subsequent discussion resulted in a unanimous resolution that the President write to the Archbishop of Sydney. Read the President's Statement relating to this matter in the AT journal
Revd Andrew Sempell

Ora et labora

The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, asks why there is growing hostility to the Church and its message.

Anglicans Together Annual General Meeting

The AGM was held on Sunday 25 September. Read the President's Annual Report and the Financial Statements in the AT Journal.
Office bearers for 2016–17 are listed on the About us page.

Anglicans Together is now on facebook

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Anglicans Together Dinner 2016

Anglicans Together dinner 2 September, 2016

Revd Andrew Sempell

Ora et labora

The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, asks why there is growing hostility to the Church and its message.
the late Bishop John McIntyre

Gippsland's prophetic voice

The Reverend Ronald Henderson OGS reviews A Man Called Johnny Mac: Selected Writings of Bishop John McIntyre, edited by Muriel Porter.
St Paul's Burwood

West Sydney Parish lives out the Gospel whilst restoring and beautifying its historic church

St Paul's Church Burwood has multiple Projects happening

A Not So Inclusive Church!

James Moore writes a follow-on to the the Rev Dr John Bunyan's article An Inclusive Church in the March issue of the Anglicans Together Newsletter
book cover

Falling and Flying: Poems on Ageing

John Richards reviews this book of poems edited by Judith Beveridge and Dr Susan Ogle, illustrated by Dr Richard Wu
Rev Dr John Bunyan

Being a hospital chaplain in the midst of multi-cultural life

The Reverend Dr John Bunyan writes about his experience as a hospital chaplain.