A parishioner at St John’s Cranbourne says her recent conversion experience has helped her deal better with the pressures of life.
Archbishop Samy Shehata was recently made Primate of Alexandria, the 41st Province in the Anglican Communion. On a visit to Melbourne, he said God was doing wonderful things through challenging circumstances.
“Through this bill, there is a recognition that a number of our parishes are having a struggle with viability,” Bishop Alison Taylor said.
Bishop Alison Taylor began the discussion at Synod, saying there had been no comprehensive review of clergy legislation in over 70 years.
More healthcare workers are likely to want to leave hospitals as mandatory isolation rules are scrapped, a hospital chaplain says.
Individual Anglican churches can decide whether to ask people who are unwell to stay home.
The community at St John’s Bentleigh are getting to enjoy the fruits of their labour with the unveiling of new renovations.
Women often feel disconnected as they take on work, running a household and other life matters.
It’s no secret that many churches have experienced a decline in numbers due to the pandemic. Across the board, ministers are sharing the struggle to get their members to return to in-person services.
The Venerable Greg Allinson recently retired as Archdeacon of Kew and vicar-in-charge of St Mark’s Camberwell, as well as a board member for both Camberwell Grammar schools.