anglican focus wins prestigious religious press award
Our Diocesan news publication won ‘Best Website’ at the annual Australasian Religious Press Association Awards on Saturday night in Christchurch, with judges describing anglican focus as a “standout for how diocesan news can be presented."
“It is a fitting time to acknowledge a man with a poor bodily constitution, but a mighty and priestly spirit,” says Archives Researcher Adrian Gibb of Bishop Stone-Wigg and his unique contributions to our Diocese.
“I have learnt that by listening and asking questions, my neighbours teach me how they want and need to be loved, and that by listening together we can achieve great things,” says community development worker and Liturgical Assistant Sarah Gover from the Parish of North Pine.
Q&A with The Rev’d Canon Linda and The Rev’d Ian McWilliam
Meet clergy spouses Linda and Ian McWilliam, Director of Mission for Anglicare SQ and Honorary Assistant Priest respectively, and find out how they met, what careers they were pursuing before they became priests, and about how their faiths shape their character and life choices.
Anglican Church remembers missionaries on New Guinea Martyrs Day
Whom does this day honour and why? Ian Eckersley dives deep into the history and the incredible story behind this day, which is observed in the Anglican calendar worldwide, and has special relevance for parishioners in our Diocesan community.
West Moreton Anglican College student and budding novelist Talia Wright reviews Erin Morgenstern’s novel, The Night Circus: “You will never look at the midnight darkness and stars in the same way after finishing this glorious book. Each star holds a mystery and each shadow a new adventure.”
The Rev’d Dr Graham Warren from St John’s Cathedral reflects on 19th Century Flinders Rangers’ history and lessons learnt when ‘conventional wisdom’ ignores science, thereby threatening the common good.
The Rev’d Max Lambourne, priest at St Alban’s, Wilston talks about his vocation to priestly ministry for Vocations Month this September: "I walk alongside people. I meet people in the joys and fragility of life."
Check out this week’s Sunday Devotion and share it on social media and in your newsletters and pew bulletins. This Sunday’s devotional reflection was written by The Rev’d Jamee Callard, locum priest at St Gabriel’s, Carindale.