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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.

Moore appoints new Mission head

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November 14, 2014The new head of Mission at Moore College will be the Rev Simon Gillham, currently a missionary in Namibia.

Training partners link up

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November 12, 2014A groundbreaking trainee scheme has begun which will link children’s and youth ministry trainees with parishes through the Ministry Training Strategy and Youthworks College.

ARV expands on all fronts

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November 10, 2014Anglican Retirement Villages is expanding its network of villages as well as accommodation for older people at risk of homelessness.

Chinese school takes off

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November 5, 2014A bold plan to develop a small bilingual primary school in the grounds of St Paul’s, Chatswood has received final approval.

Urgent appeal for Hope

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November 3, 2014An Anglicare service that provides specialised counselling to traumatised refugees is set to close because its funding has been cut by the Federal Government.

Australian churches unite in Solidarity

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October 31, 2014An ACL-led campaign seeks to generate prayer and awareness for persecuted minorities, particular Christians, in Iraq and Syria

Military funeral for ‘elder statesman’

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October 27, 2014With the coffin borne on a gun carriage, a packed St Andrew's Cathedral has farewelled Bishop Ken Short.

Synod recommits to Mission

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October 26, 2014Using one of history’s great retreats as an illustration is always risky....