The Anglican News for April is now available.
The period between Easter Sunday and the Ascension Day is traditionally referred to as the great 40 days. During this period the risen Christ appeared on numerous occasions to his followers.
Renew Anglican Church publicly opened on 19 March 2017.
If your life was at stake, if the life of your children and grand children was at stake, if life on Earth as we know it was at stake, would you be bold for the changes needed to give you and them a good chance of survival? Public Issues Commission member Gillian King challenges us to respond to God’s call to renew our world and help raise a powerful voice for change.
In the past, under the moniker of ‘Modernism’, a strong access point for Evangelism was ‘Truth’. Establishing ‘Truth’ was an important Modernist project, which spread into every area of life, including how people thought about the world. It is well known that we now live in some kind of ‘After-Modernism’ culture and the suggestion now is that Godly Wisdom may be a much better entry point for sharing the transformative news about Jesus.
events with Dr. Sam Chan
Organiser: City Bible Forum
A series of events across Canberra designed to make it as easy as possible
for believers to invite non-believers to a safe place where some of their issues can be addressed and the gospel presented.
Watchmen School of Intercession -
WATCHMEN SCHOOL OF INTERCESSION - FOUNDATION LEVEL – TEMORA NSW
Friday 30 June 7pm – 9:30pm and Saturday 1st July 9.00am - 4.00pm
Venue: Anglican Church hall, Cnr Loftus and DeBoos St, TEMORA. NSW 2666
Entry will be via the side doors, through the car park.
The teaching will be done by Brian Pickering, National Coordinator of the Australian Prayer Network.
The course is being made available to Churches, other Christian ministries and established prayer groups/networks across Australia for the purpose of training up Christians in how to pray for our Nation and the Nations of the world as well as for the Church in Australia and beyond. Over 4,000 people in cities and communities around the nation have attended these Schools in the past 2 years.
The School begins with this Foundation Level Course of six sessions. This course is suitable for both experienced prayers and/or those wanting to simply know more about the discipline of prayer and how it relates beyond our personal relationship with God, as a tool that God uses to change the world around us. Those wanting to explore prayer and intercession further will be offered Intermediate and Advanced level courses at later dates. People wanting to go to Intermediate and Advanced level must first attend all six sessions of a Foundation Level Course irrespective of previous experience.
The Australian Prayer Network is one of the largest prayer networks in Australia. It is linked internationally to prayer networks across the world and has a reach to tens of thousands of praying people representing Churches of all Christian denominations.
The program schedule is:
Friday 30 June 7pm - 9.30pm Session 1 - How prayer works. Session 2 - Intercession - a lifestyle that changes your world.
Saturday 1 July 9am - 4.00pm Session 3 - Understanding the spiritual DNA of your community Session. 4 - Spiritual Authority, the key to spiritual breakthrough. Session 5 - Principals of small group leadership and participation. Session 6 - How to hear God’s voice.
Cost: FREE, however a love offering will be received to bless the work of the Australian Prayer Network.
Lunch: Please bring your own lunch on the Saturday or purchase from nearby shops. Tea and coffee will be provided
For further information and/or to advise of your intended attendance please contact:-
Mrs Gillian Bett via email: email@example.com OR text mobile: 0427 771926
N.B Brian Pickering will also be preaching at St Paul’s Anglican (same venue) the following day, Sunday the 2nd of July, 9:30am. Followed by a cuppa. All are most welcome.
Dirrum Festival -
Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) is currently seeking applications for the position of School Chaplain. This is a full-time, ongoing position to commence as soon as possible. The Chaplain is responsible to the Principal for the development of the spiritual and pastoral life of the School.
CGGS is an independent Anglican school founded in 1926, with a current enrolment of approximately 1600 students across an Early Learning Centre (ELC), Junior School and a Senior School.
The successful applicant will be an ordained Anglican priest and have experience teaching in a school.
Strong pastoral skills and an understanding of the developmental character and needs of children and adolescents are essential.
The Anglican Parish of Wodonga
Diocese of Wangaratta
(This is a new position)
We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced Family Worker for 3 days (24 hours) a week for three years, with the possibility of extending these hours according to funding availability.
You will need a genuine heart for young families while developing and nurturing these young families in the Christian faith within the community of the Church.
Our Parish is well established and Wodonga is a vibrant community of 38000 people set in the foothills of the Alps on the Victorian/New South Wales border.
For further information contact Revd Glyn Rees
Phone (02) 6024 2129
Applications close 19th May 2017
The Diocese of Rockhampton in Central Queensland, Australia, offers exciting opportunities for ministry.
Covering an area of 800,000 square kilometres from tiny outback communities, mining towns and regional centres we are looking to the future confident in God’s plan for the church in this region.
We are embarking on a Mission Action Plan seeking to train and resource people for mission and ministry and are looking for expressions of interest from women and men who are confident in their faith, gifted in managing change and excited by the challenge of serving God in Central Queensland.
Please click the link above for the latest positions vacant with Anglicare.