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Camping by the river with Bush Church Aid

Camping by the river with Bush Church Aid

Wed 22 March 2017
On a beautiful autumn weekend in March 44 people gathered by the river in Tumut for our fourth annual Diocesan BCA (Bush Church Aid) camping weekend.

Church Returns to East Goulburn

Church Returns to East Goulburn

Mon 20 March 2017
Sunday February 26 saw the first public Christian gathering in East Goulburn in over 40 years, with the launch of Rocky Hill Church – so named after a natural landmark of East Goulburn – under the leadership of Reverends Brian and Ali Champness.

March Anglican News

March Anglican News

Fri 17 March 2017
The Anglican News for March is now available.

Bishop Greg Thompson Announces Resignation

Bishop Greg Thompson Announces Resignation

Thu 16 March 2017
Anglican Bishop of Newcastle Greg Thompson today announced he is resigning from his role as Bishop of Newcastle.

Art for God's sake!

Art for God's sake!

Tue 7 March 2017
To help celebrate its bicentenary, Australia’s longest living organisation is launching a unique and glorious Indigenous Art Book.

Seven years in the making, OUR MOB, GOD’s STORY celebrates the impact of the Christian Bible on Australia’s First Nations peoples, along with Bible Society’s 200 years in Australia.

Anglican Board of Mission makes emergency appeal for East Africa

Anglican Board of Mission makes emergency appeal for East Africa

Fri 3 March 2017
The Anglican Board of Mission - the national mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia - has launched an emergency appeal as the crisis worsens in parts of East Africa due to extreme drought. It hopes to raise 50,000 Australian dollars.

Helping Young People Meet Jesus

Helping Young People Meet Jesus

Mon 20 February 2017
Andrew Edwards reports on the summer Camp Pelican getaways.

AIDF - New Relationship Manager

AIDF - New Relationship Manager

Mon 20 February 2017
Meet Adam Wright, the new relationship manager for the AIDF.

February Anglican News

February Anglican News

Wed 25 January 2017
The latest issue of the Anglican News is now available.

Embracing Ministries Launch

Embracing Ministries Launch

Thu 12 January 2017
A new ministry is launched for those with special needs.

Christmas Pastoral Letter from Bishop Stuart

Christmas Pastoral Letter from Bishop Stuart

Thu 15 December 2016
Read Bishop Stuart's Advent greetings and pastoral letter.

Beloved in Christ,

Advent greetings!

Given the shifts across the geopolitical scene (globally) and our own local issues (like the much needed Royal Commission[s]), I am always most heartened – in this Season – by God’s reminder that he has his ‘finger on the pulse’.

Anglican Diocese of Adelaide Elect New Archbishop

Anglican Diocese of Adelaide Elect New Archbishop

Tue 6 December 2016
The Anglican Diocese of Adelaide elected a new Archbishop on Saturday 3rd December, Bishop Geoffrey Smith.

A New Principal for Sapphire Coast Anglican College

A New Principal for Sapphire Coast Anglican College

Fri 2 December 2016
The Chairman of the Board of Sapphire Coast Anglican College has announced the appointment of Mr Colin May as Principal of Sapphire Coast Anglican College from January 2017.

Church calls for constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians

Church calls for constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians

Fri 25 November 2016
The Primate of Australia, Archbishop Philip Freier, has called for constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, saying it is “vital” if the country’s indigenous people are to flourish.

Bishop Greg Venables is new Primate of South America

Bishop Greg Venables is new Primate of South America

Mon 14 November 2016
The Bishop of Argentina, Greg Venables, has been re-elected as the new Primate of the Anglican Church of South America. He succeeds Bishop Tito Muñoz of Chile who came to the end of his second three-year term.

Solving the problem over poverty

Solving the problem over poverty

Mon 17 October 2016
The social services portfolios of federal and state governments lend themselves to buzz words. While expressions like "priority investment" and "encourage people to seek work" seem well-intentioned they frequently don't reflect the complexity of poverty in Australia. KASEY CHAMBERS writes about the challenges in overcoming poverty today.

Archbishop Roger Herft steps down

Archbishop Roger Herft steps down

Tue 11 October 2016
The Archbishop of Perth, Roger Herft, announced in a pastoral letter to the diocese that he will step down with immediate effect. His personal decision comes following the Royal Commission of Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse enquiry concerning his time as bishop of the Diocese of Newcastle (1993 - 2005).

Former priest convicted of historic child abuse

Former priest convicted of historic child abuse

Tue 11 October 2016
A former priest of the Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn has pleaded guilty and been convicted of 15 charges of historic child sexual abuse. He was sentenced in Wagga Wagga District Court on 11 October 2016.

Come as you are, welcoming families with disability to church

Come as you are, welcoming families with disability to church

Fri 30 September 2016
Camp Pelican is a place where lifelong friendships and discipleship often start for many young people. But what happens when your child has a disability? WAYNE BRIGHTON explores Spring a new holiday initiative

Synod adopts a new process for electing diocesan bishop

Synod adopts a new process for electing diocesan bishop

Tue 20 September 2016
The most important decision a synod makes is to select its next bishop. The 2016 Synod revised the process by which future diocesan bishops will be elected. WAYNE BRIGHTON explores the importance of this change to our life together.

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  • School Chaplain - Canberrra Girls Grammar School

    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.

  • Senior Desktop Technician

    Canberra or Goulburn

    Anglican Diocesan Services (ADS) is the principal provider of HR services to the Anglican Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn, encompassing the Property Trust, Parishes, Anglican Investment Development Fund, Synergy Youth, Anglicare Campsites and Anglicare NSW South, NSW West & ACT.

    ADS is looking for the right person to fill the role of Senior Desktop Technician. The successful applicant will be one of a team of motivated IT specialists providing a broad range of services to its clients. This role can be based in the ACT or Goulburn NSW.

  • Positions in the Diocese of Rockhampton

    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.

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