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“Christmas speaks more loudly than ever”

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December 18, 2014A packed service of Hope and Prayer for Sydney has shown the depth of feeling, shock and mourning after the siege in Sydney's Martin Place in which two people died.

Hope and Prayer for Sydney

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December 16, 2014The Governor of NSW and the Police Commissioner will attend a special service at 6pm, Wednesday 17th December in the aftermath of the Martin Place siege.

Pray for the hostages

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December 15, 2014The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Glenn Davies, has urged all Christians to pray for the safety of the hostages in the Martin Place siege and for police and security forces dealing with the situation.

ADM to “unleash” lay gifts

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December 13, 2014Anglican Deaconess Ministries (ADM) is backing a $1.8 million program to boost women in lay ministries across the Sydney Diocese.

Hundreds farewell ‘champion of Christian education’

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December 8, 2014Hundreds of people have gathered at a funeral service for prominent Sydney layman John Lambert, the architect of a resurgence in building Anglican schools.

Kenya church decimated by terror attacks

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December 8, 2014An Anglican church in the North East of Kenya has lost 11 of its members in recent terror attacks.

Mission: demolition gets underway

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December 5, 2014Archbishop Glenn Davies has removed the first brick as the Moore College site is prepared for its major rebuilding project.

Anderson consecrated NT Bishop

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November 29, 2014Dr Greg Anderson has been consecrated as the sixth Bishop of the the Northern Territory.

Ministry to farmers in northern NSW

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November 24, 2014Two farmers are ministering to others like themselves – farmers doing it tough in drought-afflicted regional areas.

Wesley becomes Excelsia College

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November 18, 2014Plans for Australia’s first Protestant university are gaining momentum.