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TMA and its Editor, Roland Ashby, honoured
31 Aug 2015
TMA (The Melbourne Anglican) and its Editor, Mr Roland Ashby, have been honoured with the Gutenberg Award, the highest annual honour of the Australasian Religious Press Association.
Reading our culture: issues with removing SRI from Victorian schools
25 Aug 2015
The Victorian Government’s recent decision to remove Special Religious Instruction from state schools will make it increasingly difficult for future generations to read and make sense of their cultural foundations, writes Fr Rene Knaap.
Dr Freier regrets SRI’s removal from class time but recommits to faith education
21 Aug 2015
Archbishop Philip Freier has expressed regret at the State Government’s decision to remove Special Religious Instruction (SRI) from class time.
Bullet-scarred Bibles in Victoria on tour of remembrance
19 Aug 2015
The Bible saves lives, sometimes literally. People in Melbourne and Geelong have an opportunity to see extraordinary wartime examples of this in a national exhibition visiting Victoria’s two biggest cities until mid-September.
Army chaplains history wins Christian book award
14 Aug 2015
A history of Australian Army chaplains by an Anglican scholar from Canberra has been named this year’s Australian Christian Book of the Year.
'Young doctors' promote Indigenous health
11 Aug 2015
An army of Indigenous children is working to build healthier and stronger communities using simple health and hygiene measures that blend traditional Aboriginal practices and contemporary western approaches to medicine and health.
The challenges facing young Australians
Fatima Measham, consulting editor and columnist at Eureka Street, and Benson Saulo, former Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations
Torque - SUVictoria missions training
Torque is a dynamic mission training day to equip you to share God’s Good News with children, young people and families
Rebekah Pryor: Cathedral
Art exhibition: Cathedral is a playful exploration of architecture and the idea of the body as ‘sacred canopy’. Exhibition Opening: Thursday 1 October, 6 – 8pm
Anglicare information session: Become a foster carer
All sorts of people make great foster carers. Come along to this information session to find out more.
Playgroup ... a place to bless, belong, believe, become
Christian Playgroup Network Conference and AGM - Playgroup as communities where children and families find love, grace and acceptance and places where faith is formed, shared and nurtured
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