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Anglican Church welcomes Grafton report
27 Oct 2014
The Anglican Church welcomes the report by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse on the Anglican Diocese of Grafton and its handling of abuse complaints at the North Coast Children’s Home.
Bishop Darling lays up pastoral staff to mark retirement as Eastern Region bishop
27 Oct 2014
Melbourne's first woman bishop, Barbara Darling, took her leave after five years as Bishop of the Eastern Region on 26 October in a Service of Thanksgiving that traversed the diverse traditions of Anglicanism, as she has done in her episcopal role.
Abuse claim disappoints church: A statement by the Primate of Australia and Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne, Dr Philip Freier
23 Oct 2014
The report by an English judge that the former Archbishop of York Lord David Hope covered up sexual abuse of children in Australia and Britain is profoundly disappointing for the Anglican Church of Australia.
Divestment from fossil fuels, WorkCover for clergy, mission-shaped restructuring and support for refugees: Melbourne Synod closes
20 Oct 2014
Within two years the Diocese of Melbourne will take all reasonable steps to divest its shares in corporations whose revenues from fossil fuel extraction or production exceed 20 per cent of their total revenue.
Clergy forecasts, climate change, asylum seekers and house rules on Synod's radar
17 Oct 2014
A research project to try to identify future trends in the supply and retention of clergy; theological education; and a motion on divestment of the Church's fossil fuel investments were among the issues debated at the Melbourne Synod on 16 October.
Domestic violence attitudes worsening, Anglican synod told
17 Oct 2014
Social attitudes in Australian society justifying domestic violence are becoming stronger, fuelled by the pornography and advertising industries, the Melbourne Anglican Synod was told on 16 October.
Priorities for the next State Government
Archbishop Freier, former Premier the Hon Steve Bracks AC & the Hon Fran Bailey, Cabinet Minister in the Howard Government, discuss the challenges facing Victoria & how the next government should tackle them
Polyphonic Voices Concert featuring JS Bach’s Magnificat
Polyphonic Voices conclude their inaugural season with a festive collaboration of talent to mark the beginning of Advent and the ANZAC Centenary commemoration.
Taizé Melbourne gathering
You are invited to an all day gathering with prayer and workshops, a Bible study and small group sharing.
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