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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
Bishop for the Western Region since 2003, Rob Nolan, has announced his retirment, which will take effect from later in February. Bishop Nolan has served the Church for 44 years, and Brisbane Archbishop Dr Phillip Aspinall has described him as a”son 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
The Chair of the ACRT, Dean Peter Catt, today welcomed the announcement by the Foreign Minister that Australia will cooperate with the Indonesian authorities as they investigate the allegations of abuse made by asylum seekers against the Australian Navy. He Find out more
Necessity is the mother of invention, so the saying goes. At Kawana Waters Anglican Church a thirst for Australian-themed Bible study material has spawned a mini self-publishing enterprise, which in turn unleashed a wave of digital creativity in the enthused Find out more
It could be said that cricket takes on the status of a religion during the long, hot Australian summers. Now,
Christmas Homily by the Anglican Primate of Australia and Archbishop of Brisbane, Phillip Aspinall to be delivered on Christmas Eve at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane
John 1.1-14 8 year old Virginia O’Hanlon had been filled with doubts by some of her friends telling her there is no Santa Claus. Her family had a habit of writing to The (New York) Sun newspaper to settle disputes Find out more
The Anglican Primate of Australia, Phillip Aspinall, has penned a personal letter to the nation’s Anglican children to remind them that Christmas represents the very best of Christian values and that belief can be a great gift. In a break Find out more
The Anglican Archbishop of Brisbane and Primate of Australia, The Most Reverend Dr Phillip Aspinall will be preaching at the following times and locations this Christmas: Christmas Eve – 11.00pm at St John’s Cathedral, 373 Ann Street Brisbane Christmas Day Find out more