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Moya Holle

Anglican Board of Mission

As the Church Year unfolds and we arrive at the Season of Lent, the Anglican Board of Mission, Australia (ABM) endeavours to remind church goers, Anglicans in particular, that Lent is a time of reflection. A time for looking beyond our own small circle, beyond our immediate needs and wishes and beyond being concerned just with ourselves. ABM draws attention to the needs of others; the needs of the wider Anglican Communion. Lent is a time to renew a commitment to the Mission of the Church—to making known the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Mrs Moya Holle, who has been a member of the ABM Board and continues to be on ABM committees, was invited by Father James Collins, Rector of St Paul's Church, Burwood, Sydney, to speak to the congregation about ABM's work and mission on 21 January 2018.
Lyn Bannerman

Report on Sydney Synod 2017

Lyn Bannerman, Lay Representative for Christ Church St Laurence, reports on the proceedings of Synod in October 2017. Her report describes debate on domestic abuse policy, gender identity, same sex marriage and a levy on parish property receipts.
The Reverend Andrew Sempell

Ora et labora

Reflecting on the church, politics, war and peace, Andrew Sempell, President of Anglicans Together, asks how the church should go about fulfilling its responsibility to participate in and contribute to the ordering of society.
The historic church of St Paul's Burwood

St Paul's Burwood—parish pantry

The historic church of St Paul's Burwood has had to build 'a shed' in the rectory grounds. It houses a pantry to help the needy.
St Edward the Confessor

Translation of St Edward the Confessor

On 13 October the life of St Edward the Confessor, King of England 1042-1066, the re-founder of Westminster Abbey is celebrated. Canonised in 1161, to this day pilgrims come to pray at his shrine. Susan Hooke reports.

Taizé—a place of refreshment and inspiration

Mandy Tibby, St Luke's Church, Enmore, writes: 'If you appreciate music in worship, meditation and a simple lifestyle, then you will find Taizé, France, a place of refreshment and inspiration.'
CD cover

New CD released: Kurt Ison on the glorious 1892 Hill and Son organ of Christ Church St Laurence (CCSL), Sydney

This exciting new disc gives fresh voice to one of Sydney's best preserved historic organs, with a very wide variety of pieces that showcase the instrument's dual personalities as both a liturgical and concert organ. Kurt Ison is one of Australia's leading organists, having played solo concerts in prestigious venues such as St Paul's Cathedral London, Notre Dame Cathedral Paris, Washington National Cathedral and Westminster Abbey. Copies can be ordered by downloading the order form or purchased from Belltower Books at Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney.

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