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Asylum seekers need bipartisan amnesty
21 Sep 2015
The Anglican Church is urging the Government and Opposition to extend to asylum seekers in detention the bipartisan approach seen recently over Syrian refugees and people-trafficking.
New PM can restore confidence, says Archbishop Freier
15 Sep 2015
The head of the Anglican Church in Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has written to new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today, wishing him well and assuring him of the support and prayers of the Church.
Anglicare Australia research points to growing inequality across Australia
15 Sep 2015
Anglicare Australia has launched research that points to growing inequality across the country and a fall in living standards for those on the lowest incomes.
Anglican Church congratulates PM on refugees
09 Sep 2015
The Anglican Primate of Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has congratulated the Federal Government on today’s decision to allow 12,000 Syrian refugees into Australia above and beyond the expected humanitarian intake.
Syria bombing increases risks at home, warns Anglican Primate
04 Sep 2015
Australia should expect a heightened risk of violence inside its own borders if it extends military action into Syria, as the Australian Government is now considering, according to Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier.
Please let in 10,000 more Syrian refugees
04 Sep 2015
The Anglican Church in Australia is pleading with the Government to allow another 10,000 refugees from Syria into Australia before Christmas.
Make it Messy! 2016 Victorian Messy Church Training Day
Make it Messy! is for those already engaged in Messy Church and those genuinely curious about how Messy Church engages children, families and people of all ages
Refugees: a new way
Is there a way through the longstanding impasse on asylum seekers? Both World Vision's the Revd Tim Costello and Archbishop Philip Freier believe there is.
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