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Reaching Park Rail

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May 3, 2018Typically, Anglican Churches haven't thrived in areas like this, but there is something special going on here.

Festival Opportunities

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May 2, 2018Over a decade of Churches participating in their community run Festival.

Policy changes cuts support for up to 7,000 Asylum Seekers

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April 30, 2018New changes being rolled out by the government to the Status Resolution Support Services may leave up to 7,000 asylum seekers without financial support.

Back to school: Year 13 serve in a new joint venture

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April 26, 2018Three ex-Shellharbour Anglican College students have returned to school on placement with Year 13 as part of a new initiative.

Village keen on its Green

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April 23, 2018Village Church Annandale has opened up its land to the community, in a move that’s been welcomed by members of the parish, government and locals alike.

Full steam ahead at Stanhope

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April 18, 2018“We want to be a light to Stanhope Gardens and the surrounding suburbs, and we believe the building will help us to reach out and hopefully be a blessing to the community.”

Evangelism front and centre

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April 17, 2018Christ Church, Mortdale is keeping evangelism and mission front and centre with a parish-wide mission goal.

Eagle Vale gets a kick out of Jesus!

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April 16, 2018Eagle Vale is caring for people's social, physical and spiritual needs in a Christian way that also helps integrate them with the Church community

‘I’m on about Jesus’

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April 13, 2018Archbishop Glenn Davies has put the furore over an Instagram post by star Rugby player Israel Folau in context, saying all people should turn to Jesus.

Tassie mission

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April 10, 2018Two Anglican church plants are in the works for Tasmania, supported by the local Anglican diocese and Bush Church Aid.