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A history of the man and church behind Anzac Day was launched at St Barnabas Anglican Church in Brisbane on 2 November. The history Anzac Day Origins. Canon DJ Garland and Trans Tasman Commemoration was written by The Rev’d Dr John Moses Find out more
Each year, the Mothers’ Union makes thousands of red ribbons to sell on World AIDS Day, December 1. The money raised goes to the HOPE (Hats Off Positive Endeavours) Fund, which helps HIV positive people across Queensland. Sheree, a client Find out more
The soup kitchen at the Anglican Parish of Bundaberg offers the 40 clients who come in each Thursday much more than just a hot meal. The kitchen’s co-ordinator Russell Cobb believes it is the personal touches that make the difference Find out more
Reproduced from an opinion piece in the Brisbane Times Imagine…. John Lennon said. It isn’t hard to do… In fact it’s all too easy. Easy to imagine a little bit of the future. It is 2040. The Find out more
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ABC Local Radio’s ‘Sunday Nights’ program last night (3 Nov) featured a panel discussion on the topic A New Church for a Postmodern Era? Panel members included Dr Steven Ogden, Principal of St Francis Theological College in Brisbane; Peter Rollins writer, Find out more
My name is Malcolm and I am now the full-time carer for my wife Ruth. I was raised in the Baptist tradition and gained theological qualifications before eventually becoming an elder in that church and later taking a leading pastoral Find out more
This week (October 13) saw the launch of Anglicare Australia’s 13th State of the Family Report. Paying Attention is a set of essays that explore how Anglicare throughout Australia responds in new ways to the needs of their clients. Below Find out more
Dean of St John’s Cathedral and the Chair of the Diocese’s Social Responsibilities Committee, Dr Peter Catt, has been elected Chair of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce. On his election, Dr Catt said the ongoing and emerging reports relating to Find out more
(Anglican Communion News Service) The Archbishop of Canterbury has welcomed a new Amnesty International report calling on Egypt to prevent ‘deeply disturbing’ attacks on Christians in the country. The report describes an ‘unprecedented level’ of attacks against Coptic Christians following Find out more