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Royals attend child-friendly Easter Day

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April 20, 2014The service was child-friendly, with plenty of babies, a Sunday school performance and young choristers, but baby George was not with the Royal couple at St Andrew's Cathedral.

‘Unique’ resurrection touches us all says Sydney Archbishop

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April 17, 2014The leader of Australia’s largest Anglican Diocese, says the 'unique' events of the resurrection of Jesus touch all Australians.

‘Grave disquiet’ expressed on children in detention

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April 14, 2014Archbishop Glenn Davies has joined other Anglican leaders in Australia in expressing concern about the numbers of children held in detention.

New initiative linking up asylum seeker ministries

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April 8, 2014Churches serving asylum seekers are now being networked together through an initiative headed up by Anglicare.

Former actor elected Bishop of Riverina

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April 4, 2014An evangelist and former actor, the rector of an central London church, has been elected as the new Bishop of Riverina.

From the west to the north - via Belgium

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March 29, 2014Lalor Park is not in the northern region, but it had a special place at the consecration of Sydney's newest bishop.

Chatswood plans Chinese school

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March 24, 2014As church renovation plans go, it’s a biggie.

Moore College graduates called to fix eyes on the Lord’s glory

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March 18, 2014The nearly 100 graduates from Moore College this year received their degrees at an evening event in Sydney.

Community chaplaincy gains momentum

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March 13, 2014Standing Committee has endorsed a decision by the board of Evangelism and New Churches to create “community chaplains” as a way of reaching the 90 per cent of people beyond the current reach of diocesan Mission programs.

Anglicans call for engaging ‘the big questions of life’ in curriculum review

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March 10, 2014The Anglican Education Commission has made a detailed submission to the National Curriculum Review, asking for room to consider students’ ‘spiritual nature as human beings’.