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Meet the shelter that offers more than food and a place to sleep

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December 9, 2018It’s Saturday night at Christ Church St Laurence and the kitchen is bustling with cooks.

“Willing to do anything” how Sydney is serving drought stricken Bathurst

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December 2, 2018No sooner had the ink dried on the formal agreement between Sydney and the Bathurst Diocese than a group of a dozen people from Manly was heading west to help out.

150 Years of Cathedral ministry

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November 25, 2018St Andrew’s Day in 1868 was an occasion of celebration and dedication – not just because a building had been constructed, but that a centre for gospel ministry could prosper in the heart of the city.

God at work in Zimbabwe

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November 18, 2018God’s doing something in Zimbabwe. People are doing amazing things there with threadbare resources to change the ministry ecosystem of the country.

We honour them today

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November 11, 2018“To die for one’s country is an act of love for your fellow beings and we honour them today.” said Archbishop Davies, as bells rang out marking 100 years since the end of the Great War.

Biggest development in diocesan history

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November 9, 2018St Matt's, Manly is building on its land at The Corso.

Bells to ring for Armistice Centenary

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November 7, 2018Bells at Anglican churches across Greater Sydney and the Illawarra will ring to mark 100 years since the signing of the Armistice which ended World War One.

Prayer through the longest drought

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November 4, 2018 The Diocese of Armidale in northwestern NSW is still in the grip of the worst drought since Federation.

How one church is sharing the light of Christ at Halloween

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October 31, 2018Although Halloween is a time of celebrating things of the dark, some are using it to share the light of Jesus.

Anglican Educators write Open Letter to MPs

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October 30, 2018The heads of the 34 Sydney Anglican schools have written an Open Letter to MPs, calling on Parliament to continue anti-discrimination exemptions which allow schools to main their Christian ethos and mission.