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Stations of the Cross find a new home

Read about the recent commissioning of a set of wrought iron Stations of the Cross at St Michael’s Anglican Church, Mitcham, Adelaide.
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Via Media

Download or read online the latest issue of the Anglicans Together newsletter, Via Media. AT President, Max Wood, reports on recent developments in the Anglican Church; Lyn Bannerman reports on the doings of Synod; Michael Armstrong writes of his experiences on the Larapinta Trail; Brian Douglas discusses the Anglican Eucharist in Australia's beginnings and succeeding years; Elaine Farmer reflects on being offended by the Bible.
Archbishop Justin Welby

Archbishop Justin Welby

Archbishop Justin Welby preached this sermon on 8 October 2021 at the service of thanksgiving for the new Anglican Province of Alexandria at All Saints' Cathedral, Cairo, Egypt. Read his sermon.
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Martyrs in Time and Space

The 'Martyrs of New Guinea' celebration service was held, live streamed, on Saturday 4 September at St Marks' Church at South Hurstville. This is an annual service organised by the Sydney Committee of the Anglican Board of Mission (ABM). The preacher this year was Reverend Andrew Sempell, Rector St James Church, King Street and Chair of ABM.
Archbishop Geoffrey Smith

The Primate's pastoral letter to Australian bishops

The Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, Archbishop Geoffrey Smith, has written to all Australian Bishops about a recent statement by Gafcon Australia announcing the formation of a company, led by a small board including a retired bishop, which will be the basis of a so-called Diocese. The Primate has graciously agreed to us making a copy available.
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Bishop of North Queensland

The Rt Revd Dr Keith Joseph’s Presidential Charge to his Diocesan Synod in April 2021 is a significant document, some of the matters covered being of much consequence to the Anglican Church nationally. He has graciously agreed to us making a copy available [PDF 3mb].
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Unity in Diversity

Read a Statement from Anglicans Together, dated 13 September 2019: 'Unity in Diversity'.

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