“The change we want to see is a society where women are treated equally and respectfully and where gender stereotypes are not as rigid,” Brotherhood of St Laurence chaplain the Reverend Scott Holmes said.
“We want to be good members of the local community,” the Reverend Peter MacPherson said of the 60th anniversary of St Alfred’s in Blackburn North.
“These are the stories that you hear about, but we’re meeting these people face to face,” The Reverend Trish Hunt said.
“Having real life experiences makes me more approachable and more easily able to support others in their life experience, because everyone has stuff,” the Reverend Tanya Cummings says.
This Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day, journalist Kirralee Nicolle reflects on her own grief.
Attendees have gathered at St Paul’s Cathedral for the final day of Synod proceedings.
“God is the one who is capable of transforming his people and creating a people who can tackle climate change, war, selfishness, aggression [and] narcissism,” Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said at a Provincial Choral Evensong at St Paul’s Cathedral on 9 October.
Galliano Sommavilla dreams that one day peaceful, welcoming events focused on music will be found across the world.
Angela Lumicisi’s connection with St George’s East Ivanhoe brought unexpected blessings for everyone involved.
Breakaway group the Diocese of the Southern Cross is yet to publicly announce their intended child safety measures.