June 25, 2002The Interpretation Space at St Andrew's Cathedral will open on Thursday 11 April 2002 at 6pm with an exhibition of black and white photographs of the amazing Australian artisans at work on the restoration of the Cathedral.
June 25, 2002Mr Philip Gerber, Director of the Sydney Anglican Diocesan Professional Standards Unit, has indicated his support for the National Rally for the Children against child abuse and child sexual assault to be held next Sunday.
June 25, 2002At St Andrew’s Cathedral, tomorrow 9th April at 11.30am. Media are invited to film, photograph and record the service. Doors will open at 10.30am. Media should enter through the North Door (in the Sydney Square, facing the Town Hall).
June 25, 2002While disappointed that the Prime Minister has not proposed a ban on embryonic stem cell research, the Archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen, is ‘somewhat heartened' that the use of unwanted human embryos from the IVF program will be strictly regulated.
June 12, 2002A Memorial Service to honour the life of H M Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother will be held in St Andrew’s Cathedral, George Street, Sydney on Tuesday 9th April at 11.30am.
June 12, 2002The Most Rev Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney has released the following statement after meeting with Prime Minster John Howard yesterday.
June 12, 2002Easter message from Archbishop Peter Jensen
June 12, 2002The bishops of the Anglican Church of Australia have initiated a national approach to the handling of complaints of sexual misconduct.
June 12, 2002Dr Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney, today announced the appointment of the Rev Dr John Woodhouse, Rector of Christ Church St Ives as the new Principal of Moore Theological College, Newtown.
June 12, 2002The Most Reverend Dr Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney, is joined by other Anglican Bishops of NSW in supporting the Roman Catholic Bishops who have called for the Federal Government to support stem cell research which does not destroy human embryos.