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Melbourne’s liveability under threat without careful, creative planning
18 Sep 2014
The outer suburbs are not as affordable as some have been led to believe, urban planner Professor Roz Hansen said at a public forum at Deakin Edge, Federation Square on Wednesday 17 September.
The better city - sustainable living in urban Australia
16 Sep 2014
Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne Dr Philip Freier will host a public forum at Deakin Edge in Federation Square on Wednesday 17 September at 7:30am to discuss the multitude of challenges facing the city of Melbourne.
New era takes shape at Trinity College Theological School
10 Sep 2014
A British-Australian academic now working at the Episcopal Divinity School in Boston is to become Associate Dean of the Trinity College Theological School.
ACCESS signals changes as SRI guidelines tightened
03 Sep 2014
ACCESS Ministries, the main provider of Special Religious Instruction (SRI) in Victoria, has welcomed the State Government’s revised directive on SRI issued last month.
Church the world’s great hope, says Archbishop of Canterbury as Dr Freier inaugurated as Primate
14 Aug 2014
The Archbishop of Canterbury said at the inauguration of Melbourne's Archbishop Philip Freier as Australia's 15th Anglican Primate that there was no greater hope for a war-torn, bitter and dark world than a church abounding in holiness and wisdom.
Anglican Communion not ready for central authority structure: Dr Driver
26 Aug 2014
Although the debate about an Anglican Covenant was continuing, it was clear that the Anglican Communion was “far from ready” to move to a more centralised authority structure, the Archbishop of Adelaide, Dr Jeffrey Driver, said in Melbourne on 20 Aug
Black Sunday memorial
A memorial service to pay tribute and remember the 122 innocent victims of the deadly bombing in All Saints' Church in Peshawar, Pakistan, on 22 September 2013.
Develop practical skills and ways to engage families, children and teenagers with God’s Good News so they have the opportunity to come to life
Organist Martin Setchell in concert
Martin Setchell is New Zealand's top concert organist, combining academic depth with dynamic flair and a rare and happy knack for selecting music that entertains as well as edifies. Admission $20/$15.
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