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Choosing our next Bishop

Choosing our next Bishop

The Australian people have been through a difficult election that resulted in a Government operating on a razor's edge. We have also witnessed Brexit, where a small majority decided to take the nation in a different direction. Elections matter.

Our Diocese's Episcopal Election Review Committee is hosting regional discussions to explore several proposed changes that will help us to elect our next bishop. BOB ARTHUR outlines the proposals that are up for consideration by Synod members.

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Happy 25th Anniversary St John's Care

Happy 25th Anniversary St John's Care

Anglicare's community service partner in Canberra, St John's Care, has celebrated its 25th birthday.

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Australian Anglicans protest aid budget cuts

Australian Anglicans protest aid budget cuts

Australia’s Anglican Overseas Aid and the Australian Board of Mission have teamed up with more than 50 aid and development agencies to campaign against significant cuts to the country’s aid budget.

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Refugee Week - a personal reflection

Refugee Week - a personal reflection

Refugee Week is being commemorated from 19 to 25 June 2016 so it is timely to reflect on how Australia’s policies towards refugees and asylum seekers measure up to the God’s standards. CHARLES BODY reflects on the morality of government policy.

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Reviving an Order of Preachers

Reviving an Order of Preachers

How do you develop preachers? JONATHAN HOLT examines this question by looking back at the example of Dominic for answers today.

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Dirrum Dirrum 2016 -

Dirrum Dirrum is a major event celebrating the art of being and staying human hosted by Radford College. Over a thousand delegates are expected again this year at various events in Canberra over the days of 29-30 July. Speakers for 30th: Nipuni Wijewickrema, Jessica Watson, Akram Azimi, Fr Frank Brennan, Kirsty Sword Gusmão, Rachael Stevens, Shirfra Joseph, Ryan Carters, Shea Spiering, Jackson Taylor-Grant.
The Dirrum Dirrum Festival is organised by students whose core business is about creating a climate of inspiration; fostering a cycle of responsibility and leadership development.
Visit the Dirrum Dirrum website


150th Anniversary: The Anglican Parish of Crookwell -

150th Anniversary:  The Anglican Parish of Crookwell will celebrate 150 years of worship in the Crookwell Parish on Sunday, July 31, 2016.

The celebration will begin with a 10:00 am Thanksgiving Service at St Bartholomew's Church with Bishop Stuart Robinson and a Hot Buffet Luncheon from 12 noon.

Tickets $30 On sale at Visitor Information Centre at 36 Goulburn Street, Crookwell
Phone 02 4832 1988 or
RSVP 10 July
Enquiries: Peter or Sylvia Cullen 02 4832 0161


Restorative Justice -

New Zealand’s Project Restore Team is visiting Canberra and holding an information night on 2 August 2016 at Pilgrim House from 6.30pm. 

Project Restore is both an inspiring and unique provider of Restorative Justice for victim-survivors of sexual violence. This is an opportunity to listen, learn and ask questions about a model which can help inform the policy and practice of Restorative Justice within the ACT. 

RSVP to Kelly Lokan on 6205-1772 or by COB on Friday 29 July 2016.


Becoming - a quiet day -

Come for a day of quiet and prayer, with likeminded people, opening to God's presence and call on Saturday 20 August 2016.
We open with a cuppa at 9am, then a Reflection 930am, and gather at various times for reflection and meditation, and a closing prayer at 3pm.

Download the brochure.

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Bishop Stuart's MicroBlog

20/07/2016 13:00

Research study: Anglican Identity in Australia

Participants are sought for a Deakin University study of Anglicans in Australia. You might be an Anglican now or used to be some time ago.

Associate Professor Andrew Singleton is leading the study, which involves a short interview. The interview is via phone or Skype and takes about 30 minutes. Participants receive a $15 gift card.

For further information contact Email:

20/07/2016 12:00

Friday 29 July is White Ribbon night.

Why not get your friends together for a movie or the footy and chip in to raise funds to help women, girls and boys find the wherewithal to build the kind of new life they desperately long for?

The night is an opportunity for men to stand up and speak out against family violence. It's about raising awareness and some money to help those who live daily with violent partners.

Let us not forget the men who are responsible for such violence. Let us help each other to be fathers and partners who build up rather than tear down.

As God’s people, let us help to break the cycle of family violence together. Let us resolve together to make abuse in all its forms a thing of the past.

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