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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 school in the next town. The Scripture class I taught was last period. Being a narrow...
Dirrum Festival 2021 at Radford College

Dirrum Festival 2021 at Radford College

On the 6th and 7th August, Radford College was transformed into a buzzing festival venue. A team of over 60 Year 12 students worked hard to pull off a fabulous event that had both an in-person and a live-streamed audience. The theme of the festival was ‘Stepping...
Becoming Well – digital life for families

Becoming Well – digital life for families

Essential to emotional CPR these days is finding digital balance. The pandemic has deepened that challenge as children learn remotely and their carers are forced to further blur home and work life. Author, adjunct research scholar with the Australian Centre for...

Helping vulnerable regional communities during COVID-19 lockdowns

Anglicare NSW South, NSW West and ACT (Anglicare) is lending its support to a grassroots initiative in Dubbo aimed at protecting vulnerable communities in Western NSW. The project is the work of Dubbo local, Cyrena Harris, and provides at-risk Aboriginal communities...
The Church that was Moved

The Church that was Moved

St John’s Church Adaminaby has a great story to tell! But first a brief context. When the Snowy Hydro Scheme was conceived it affected two towns, namely Jindabyne and Adaminaby, causing both towns to be moved to higher ground. The scheme involved the creation of...
World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel 19-26 September 2021

World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel 19-26 September 2021

Once again, the World Council of Churches (WCC) has set aside eight days in September for Christians to pray for Israel and Palestine and to hear the cry for peace, justice and hope. Resources for the World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel will be available on...
Remembering June Davies – A Daughter of the Diocese

Remembering June Davies – A Daughter of the Diocese

St Nick’s Goulburn recently said goodbye to a daughter of the Diocese. June Davies was a lifelong member of the Diocese. Born in Goulburn to a dentist she had the privilege of growing up in a church family and came to Christ at an early age. Her first job was as a...
Afghanistan – An Interview with Two ADF Veterans

Afghanistan – An Interview with Two ADF Veterans

WE SPOKE TO TWO SERVICE PERSONNEL IN THE DIOCESE TO FIND OUR HOW THE UNFOLDING SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN IS IMPACTING THEM AND HOW THEIR FAITH MAKES A DIFFERENCE Jon Hawkins served in the Australian Army for 24 years and attends St John’s, Reid. He completed a...
Afghanistan – A Reflection by Reverend Steve Neuhaus

Afghanistan – A Reflection by Reverend Steve Neuhaus

IN TIMES OF TROUBLE TRY NOT TO GROW WEARY OF DOING GOOD Many of us have been looking on with dismay at the sudden fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban. Afghanistan is one of the most beautiful yet stark countries I have ever been in. Over the last few thousand years...