Anglicans Together ...promoting inclusive Anglicanism
On this page we list coming events that may be of interest to members. If you would like us to include an event that is compatible with the aims and objectives of Anglicans Together, please send us your suggestions. Include a picture and a web reference for further information.

Events

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Celebrate World Anglican Communion Sunday with Anglicans Together.

23 May 2020
Anglicans Together will anticipate this special Day by celebrating on Saturday with a Eucharist at 11am at St James King St, followed by lunch in the city. Preacher and lunch speaker will be the Archbishop of Sydney, His Grace Glenn Davies. Keep the day free. Details and bookings to be advised.
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Aquinas Academy Courses

February and March 2020 commencements
A range of courses titled: 'Writing Your Life' (a freeing journey); 'Developing your own Spirituality'; Film Lectio—studying 'Woman in Gold'; 'Thomas Aquinas on Faith'; and 'In the Beginning, there was Genesis'. More information and registration
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St John's, Dee Why—Piano recital: 'Romantic Impressions'

22 February 2020
St John's Director of Music, Anthony Pasquill, will entrance you as he explores Romantic Themes from past and present, playing well-known works by some of the finest classical and modern composers. At 2pm at St John's Anglican Church, cnr Avon Rd and Oaks Ave, Dee Why. Entry free, but any donations will go to Anglicare Bushfire Relief Appeal. Followed by afternoon tea. More information [PDF]
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Eremos: Intensive Journal—Life Context Workshop

29 February–1 March 2020
A retreat at Woodford in the Blue Mountains. More information and registration
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Spirituality in the Pub: 20/20 Vision—Towards the Future

4 March 2020
The topic is the theme for this year's SIP program. The theme will be introduced by the two speakers, being the Revd Dr Daniel Dries, Rector of Christ Church St Laurence & Professor Jennifer Burn the Director of Anti-Slavery Australia within the Faculty of Law at UTS and the NSW Interim Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Questions and comments will be invited. At Paddington RSL Club, 220–232 Oxford St Paddington, 7:30 to 9pm. More information
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Lenten Quiet Day

7 March 2020
The Sydney Mission-College of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd invites you to share in a day of prayer and reflection in the church and grounds of St John's Balmain (Spring Street Birchgrove). The day begins with Morning Prayer at 10 am and ends after Evening Prayer at 4.15 pm The Right Rev'd Lindsay Urwin, Oratory of the Good Shepherd and Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Melbourne, will lead the day. There will be a Eucharist at midday, and opportunities for private consultation with Bishop Lindsay. There is no charge for the day, but please bring your own picnic lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided. All are very welcome; bookings not required.
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Eremos: Retreat Day

14 March 2020
A retreat at Castle Hill, which will focus on the topic 'Awakening to Beauty'. More information and registration
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Centre for Public Christianity: Richard Johnson Lecture

19 March 2020
In the midst of debates on religious (or no religion) freedoms, hear Dr Sarah Irving-Stonebraker, Senior Lecturer in History at Western Sydney University, on the topic "Free to be Me: The Forgotten Story of Religious Liberty". At the Scots Church, Sydney, 7–8:30pm. More information and registration
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St Luke's Enmore, with Stanmore: Organ Recital

29 March 2020
At 3pm, a recital by David Reccia Chynoweth, Australian born but now living in Vienna, on the unique 1883 Wordsworth & Maskell Organ, playing a range of works. More information [PDF]