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Revd Andrew Sempell

Ora et labora

With the National Church Life Survey underway, the President of Anglicans Together, the Reverend Andrew Sempell, writes about church belonging and participation.
Lyn Bannerman

Sydney 50th Synod concluded

The last session of Sydney's 50th Synod discussed refugees, domestic violence, ministry growth in brownfields; same sex marriage and other matters. Lyn Bannerman writes.
Fr DanielDries

Sydney Anglican rector goes over to Rome... to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury!

Fr Daniel Dries, Rector of Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney, jopined Anglican clergy and laity from all over the world gathered in Rome to attend the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of the Anglican Centre.
St Luke's Concord and Burwood

New rector for St Luke's, Concord and Burwood

Elaine Peterson describes the induction of the Reverend Ken Fenton as sixteenth Rector of St Luke's Parish, Concord and Burwood, NSW.
Rev Dr John Bunyan

Reformation

The Reverend Dr John Bunyan previews his new book, Beauty and Truth: Reflections and 24 Songs for a Reasonable Reformation: 2017.
St Basil's Church

All saints stumble and fall

An Exploration on the Liturgy of All Saints Tide at St. Basil's Anglican Church, Artarmon, by the Reverend Clive H Norton.
Rev'd John Deane

Award for Executive Director, ABM

The Reverend John Deane (Executive Director of the Anglican Board of Mission Australia) has been awarded the ACFID Outstanding Contribution to the Sector Award 2016 by the Board of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). The award was in recognition of his many years of outstanding service on the Committee for Development Cooperation (CDC) to the benefit of the Australian aid and development sector. The ACFID President, Sam Mostyn said that John Deane had "engaged with the Australian Government in mediating relations with common sense, good grace and diligence."
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.
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