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Anglican Care 60th Anniversary Celebrations

On Friday May 27 Anglican Care celebrated its diamond anniversary; 60 years of providing the aged with excellence in care and enhanced lifestyles. Anglican Care celebrated in style with a cocktail party at Club Macquarie on the date it all began. Anglican Care supports, including staff and volunteers of past and present, attended the special night

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The Anglican Consultative Council in Zambia

By Arthur Copeman Archdeacon for Ministry Support Across the world there are 85 million Anglicans in 165 countries. We are a global denomination ministering in a very wide variety of contexts and cultures. Given this it is important that there are places where Anglicans can be brought together to discuss matters of common concern. It

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L’Arche Hunter: The iPod Man

Fred has helped me to be part of the L’Arche Community. When he appears with halting, uneven gait, and cheerful sounds of greeting welling up from deep within him, people respond to him. You can see him securing his space, tuning in to his surroundings and sometimes, into his iPod as well. It’s generally not

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Church leaders come together for peace

Newcastle’s religious leaders have joined forces to promote peace. Last week Bishop Bill Wright, Reverend Stephen de Plater, Bishop Peter Stuart and Sheikh Mohamed Khamis came together at Christ Church Cathedral to promote ‪#‎peace‬ to the wider community through the ‪#‎giveusasign‬ campaign. Let’s continue to work in solidarity for ‪#‎peace‬ – keep your signs coming!

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Rev’d Dr Kim Miller to feature in ABC Compass Prison Chaplain Series

On May 29 Prison Chaplains – Part 3, an ABC Compass series, will profile Friendship House, a Samaritans service offering offenders a unique post release program where they are helped to reintegrate into the community. Chaplain Rev’d Dr Kim Miller visits James who will soon be released from Lithgow Correctional Centre. To help James adjust to life on the

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Anglican Chaplains featured in Compass series

For the first time, a series on ABC’s Compass examines the work of dedicated Prison Chaplains who provide much needed pastoral and spiritual care to more than 30,000 men and women locked up in Australian prisons Prison Chaplains – Part 1, screened on Sunday May 15, goes inside Cessnock and John Moroney Correctional Centres in NSW where

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ABM Resources for National Reconciliation Week

ABM has free resources available for National Reconciliation Week with the theme, Exploring Exile. May 27 to June 3 is National Reconciliation Week, also known as the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation. The Reverend Glenn Loughrey, a Wiradjuri man, artist and priest-in-charge of St Oswald’s Anglican Church in Melbourne has written resources to help Anglicans

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