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Anglicans Together Annual Dinner 2015
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'. A report on the dinner will be posted very soon.
The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies, has announced that he has chosen the Reverend Michael Stead to be the next Bishop of South Sydney.
The Reverend Dr Gregory Jenks has been appointed Dean of St George's College, Jerusalem. He will begin his position in November 2015 upon Dean Graham Smith's retirement.
"Everyone's life deserves to be celebrated." Cana Communities celebrate 40 years of special care for people who are marginalised in Sydney. Lyn Bannerman reports on the work of Sister Anne Jordan and her army of dedicated volunteers.
Rosemary Bradford describes her journey of faith with the Church Missionary Society and the Society of St Francis.
Barbara Ferguson and Wesley Fairhall report on a concert at St Mark's Anglican Church South Hurstville in support of educational and development projects for a group of Bambuti (Pygmies) in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, writes about challenge and tension in the church.
The Reverend John Cornish has retired as Rector of the Parish of St Alban's Epping together with St Aidan's West Epping, Sydney.
The Reverend Peter Lin was consecrated as bishop to oversee the Georges River region; Kanishka Raffel has been appointed as Dean of St Andrew's Cathedral; the Reverend Canon Peter Yeats is to be inducted as rector of St John's Church, Balmain; and the Reverend Michael Armstrong has been appointed to the historic parish of Hunters Hill.
One year after the Church of England's General Synod approved the consecration of women to the episcopate, there are now six women bishops in the Church of England.
Archbishop Nathaniel Uematsu of the Anglican Church in Japan one of a group of Church leaders from eight of these countries to make the WCC pilgrimage to Hiroshima and Nagasaki.