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The annual Loaves and Fishes lunch will be held at St John’s Cathedral May 20 Tickets $55. Phone 3835 2231 or email events@stjohns cathedral.com.au The following newspaper story has more information. Credit- Quest Newspapers and News Ltd.
The only chocolate egg to be seen at St John’s Cathedral this Easter will be pictured on the notice board. Although the Anglican Church supports chocolate eggs at Easter, the Dean, Dr Peter Catt, said today that the Cathedral would Find out more
The Anglican Archbishops in Australia will commence Holy Week with a call for more humane treatment of refugees, particularly children in detention. The Archbishops have released the following statement deploring the fact that recent figures suggest that around a thousand Find out more
FOCUS movie reviewer, Jonathan Sargeant reviews the recently released movie, Noah. The perils of transforming a biblical story from the page to the big screen are many. Biblical literalists will expect you to stick to the story slavishly. Regular cinema-goers want drama Find out more
Dear sisters and brothers Many in the rural areas in the Diocese are experiencing the devastation of a severe and prolonged drought. This is causing extensive hardship. According to the Financial Review, Queensland farmers are forecast to deliver an average Find out more
ABM’s partner in Jerusalem reports that the health of families will be at risk if their local clinic is unable to purchase new machines due to a lack of funding. The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East healthcare Find out more
ABM (Anglican Board of Mission) is excited to announce its new Lent Smartphone App. The ABM “Lent 2014” App provides you with a reflection, prayer and action for every day of Lent, starting today. This Lent you are invited Find out more
An East Brisbane church that sparked controversy in the 1950s by adding a special building to store human ashes has been added to Queensland’s Heritage Register. The striking red brick St Paul’s Anglican Church in Vulture Street, East Brisbane was Find out more
Funded by a bequest, St John’s Cathedral in Ann Street has taken possession of 160 new state-of-the-art wooden chairs to replace the timber pews in the nave and existing seating in the chapels. It is hoped that the chairs will Find out more