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Jol Wo Liec (South Sudanese Youth Ministry)

Jol Wo Liec (South Sudanese Youth Ministry)

In Canberra there are two South Sudanese Congregations, one at St Paul’s Ginninderra (the South Sudanese Anglican Mission – SSAM) and the other which has just moved from St George’s to worship at the Radford College Chapel. Together these two hosted the National...

Synod Tribute to Bishop Trevor and Ruth

Synod Tribute to Bishop Trevor and Ruth

Tribute to Bishop Trevor and Ruth Edwards for all their work throughout the Diocese was given at the Synod Dinner on Saturday evening, with 140 synod members and guests attending. The merriment began with Bishop Stephen's jokes and continued during speeches from Tim...

The perils of Synod

The perils of Synod

Researching in Trove for items on the early history of the Diocese and in particular the proceedings of the first Diocesan Synod held from 28 February to 6 March 1867, Alan Wilson, from the Anglican Historical Society, came across the following item in the Goulburn...

Kindness: Giving back to the community

Kindness: Giving back to the community

Students and staff at The Riverina Anglican College embody kindness through the numerous charitable ventures held throughout the year.Over the past month, year 10 Food Technology students prepared meals to support Carevan Wagga Inc. and senior students held a...

NAIDOC Week at Holy Covenant Jamison

NAIDOC Week at Holy Covenant Jamison

NAIDOC week is a chance to honour and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures. On July 7, Holy Covenant, Jamison, hosted a NAIDOC Week evening prayer service.The speaker was Common Grace’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

A Sailor’s Tale

A Sailor’s Tale

It was July 1969, 50 years ago, that as an 18-year-old I went to see the chaplain at HMAS CERBERUS, the recruit training establishment for the Royal Australian Navy. This followed weeks of conversation about the Christian faith with Tony, another sailor who I shared a...

New Rector for Arawang

G’day, I’m Gus. I’m married to Christy and together we have four great kids - Lochie, 12; Mini, 10; Jo, 8; and Dean, 6.I became a Christian in Armidale while studying teaching. I met Christy in the local supermarket. When I went to collect her for our first date I...

Hearing What Matters to God

Hearing What Matters to God

There is a big difference between talking about someone, talking at someone and talking with someone. The first excludes them altogether, the second treats them as an object while only the third welcomes them as a conversation partner.In our  contemporary society it...

A New Junior School Building for Radford College

A New Junior School Building for Radford College

Radford College was honoured to have Bishop Mark officially open the new Years 3 and 4 building, The Ridge, on Friday 7 June. The sun was shining, and the faces of the students beamed too as they waited for the event to begin.Year 4 Students Eli Hezkial and Imogen...