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Anglican Parish of Hunters HillMore information [PDF].
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Read the Communique from the Primates' Meeting in Canterbury Cathedral, England on 11–15 January 2015Full text.
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The Reverend Max Wood, Rector of St Luke's, Mosman, reflects on the Mission 2020 document recently presented to Synod.
The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, writes about changes in leadership, Christian discipline, duty to God and neighbour, and a balanced life.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Ecumenical Patriarch joined in a special service of Evensong at Westminster Abbey, London in November 2015, to mark an 'agreed statement' between Anglican and Othodox Churches on the theology of the human person.
In his address to Synod 2015, the Archbishop of Sydney, The Most Reverend Dr Glenn Davies, covered a wide range of topics, including Mission 2020, same sex marriage, domestic violence, preparation for the arrival in Sydney of refugees from Syria and Iraq. Noting that it was Bishop Robert Forsyth's last Synod, Archbishop Davies acknowledged his significant contribution to the diocese over many decades. (Full text, PDF.)
Lyn Bannerman, synod representative for Christ Church St Laurence reports on proceedings of the 2015 Synod of the Diocese of Sydney.
Rosemary Bradford reviews a book by Nadia Wheatley and Armin Greder.
Two Australians attended the 2015 International Anglican Liturgical Consultation in Montreal, Canada.
The Reverend Dr John Bunyan reviews a history of Holy Trinity Church, Dulwich Hill, by John Coleman and Robert Irving.
Mandy Tibbey reviews Margaret Reeson's Live Peace: Joy Balazo and Young Ambassadors for Peace.
The Reverend Canon Professor Dorothy Lee, Dean of the Theology School of Trinity College and the University of Divinity, has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the highest honour available for achievement in the humanities in Australia.
Read the Anglican Communion News Service article, including comments from Anglican leaders around the world and photo of our own Cathedral with the French flag at half mast.
The Annual General meeting was held on 27 September 2015 at St James King St. Read the President's report in the Journal [PDF].
The Anglicans Together Annual Dinner for 2015 was held on Friday 28th August 2015 at the City Tattersall's Club, Sydney. Guest speaker was Bishop Stephen Pickard, whose topic was 'Religion and Violence: Myth and Reality'.