AMS Staff

Anglican Media staff work to proclaim Jesus - Loud and Clear in our churches and in the secular media. They work through, Sydney Anglicans on Facebook, Twitter and Southern Cross magazine.

Growing in faith during isolation - podcasts and books recommended by you

June 27, 2020Good books and podcasts

The best of both worlds

June 25, 2020Why churches want to keep some elements online

It’s okay not to be okay

June 21, 2020COVID and mental health

WWII Veteran honoured with Order of Australia aged 99

June 19, 2020“A great encourager in faith” 

Honoured Anglicans

June 17, 2020Premiers, professors and God’s servants 

[Review] Who Do You Think You Are?

June 14, 2020Watching such a show may even prompt you to investigate your own family history.

God’s concern for greater Sydney

June 9, 2020"Salvation belongs to the Lord"

Why most churches aren’t rushing to reopen

June 9, 2020Care for all, one step at a time

“I couldn’t have done it alone”: Ten years of infertility, seven miscarriages, three rounds of IVF

May 9, 2020All my babies are in heaven; they’re at peace.

Hospital chaplains share how their work has changed

May 4, 2020Not all of us are in isolation right now.

[Review] Where is God in a Coronavirus World?

May 2, 2020There are many different reactions to the new situation of the Coronavirus pandemic. This is one of the more helpful ones. 

How people are sharing John 3:16 in the Georges River Region

May 1, 2020Events are cancelled, but evangelism is still on the agenda

Never Alone - Using our isolation for the sake of eternity

May 1, 2020If we had not understood the word “isolation” before now, then we have all had a heavy dose of this experience in the past month

30 songs to help keep your eyes fixed on Jesus during Covid-19

April 30, 2020We’ve asked three Sydney songwriters to give us a list of 10 songs they turn to when they need encouragement in their faith, or during times of anxiety, pain and doubt. 

Creative ways to care for people you have never met

April 27, 2020Churches and individuals need to take care beyond our normal circles