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WELCOME TO THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF CANBERRA AND GOULBURN

We are one of the 23 Dioceses of the Anglican Church of Australia. Our diocese is a partnership of churches in 60 ministry units, numerous associated agencies and schools, covering most of south-east New South Wales, the eastern Riverina and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). It stretches from Marulan in the north, from Batemans Bay to Eden on the south coast, across to Holbrook in the south-west, north to Wagga Wagga, Temora, Young and Goulburn.

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Finding a Way

The COVID lockdown has forced new ways of doing things at St Nicholas’ Anglican in Goulburn. It’s been a season of ‘finding a way’ to keep some ministry happening. In-person...

Retreat in Daily Life

Holy Cross Hackett recently hosted a ‘Retreat in Daily Life’. The aim of the retreat was to give participants a special opportunity to draw closer to God in their personal prayer...

Annual Festival of Preaching

This week I ‘attended’ the Festival of Preaching hosted by St Martin-in-the-Fields in London and presented by the Church Times-Canterbury Press. To some the phrase ‘Festival of...

Making masks for Dubbo

A huge thank you to everyone who wrote beautiful cards and donated masks and sanitiser to Dubbo’s Anglicare in the Bathurst Diocese. You are wonderful. In early September, The...

Temora Parish responds to call for help

God gifts his church with everything it needs to serve him, with each member playing their part in different ways. This was evident when the parish of Temora recently responded...

Ancient Futures: Religious Communities in the Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn

Religious communities are one of the unsung treasures of Anglicanism. Over the past 200 years they’ve had a disproportionate impact on the life of God’s Church in Australia,...

New Principal for Sapphire Coast Anglican College

The South Coast Anglican Schools Board is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Principal for Sapphire Coast Anglican College, to start in January 2022. Mr David Proudlove...

Meet Archdeacon EM Anne Ranse OAM

Sometimes we cannot escape our pathway in life and I always make a bit of a joke of the fact that there have been clergy in my family since 1312 ( and that’s true!) so what hope...

Bishop Mark Writes … On freedom and loving your neighbour

I am aware that some readers may still be thinking through the issues associated with vaccination against COVID. I offer the following as some personal reflections on how I’ve...

Bush Telegraph

The kitchen clock showed 2.00 pm - time to go. I grabbed my keys, slung my bag over my shoulder and headed for the car. It was a half hour drive along dirt roads to the high...