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As the followers of Christ, we are called to live both in this world, seeking its transformation, while at the same time being conscious that we belong to another world, which is the Kingdom of God. Andrew Sempell, President of Anglicans Together, reflects on the the meaning of covenant and its implications for the Christian way of life.
Lyn Bannerman gives a brief account of decisions made by the Synod in October 2018. This is the first of four articles about Synod.
The Reverend Dr Stuart Piggin shares his reflections on attending Synod as a representative of the parish of Hunters Hill.
An Agenda Item debated during Synod 2018 was the Diocese's future policy regarding the use of churches, buildings, halls schools owned by the Church Property Trust. The policy is intended to provide a clear statement of permissible use consistent with the diocese's theological principles relating to doctrines of salvation, the human person, marriage and human sexuality and Christian freedom. The Reverend Dr Daniel Dries contended that the draft policy sends only negative images to the community we are trying to reach with the gospel.
In a sermon preached on 20th Sunday after Pentecost, the Revd Philip Bradford, acting rector of St Luke's Enmore, discusses Jesus's teaching on marriage and children.
Susan Hooke, a synod representative for St Peter's Cremorne, compares the recent synod in Sydney with that in Whitby in 664AD.
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