Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans Australia announces 2018 Conference

FCA Australia have announced a 2018 conference. EFAC Australia and FCA Australia will again partner to hold a second Anglican Future Conference in Melbourne in September 2018. Anglican Future Conference 2018 will be held at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre (MECC) from Thursday evening 6th September till lunchtime on Sunday 9th September. The partner […]

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Australian Bishops’ Meeting, March 2017

The bishops of the Anglican Church of Australia have met this week as they do every year. Not much to report but the following big ticket items should be noted: Some time was spent looking at the Royal Commission (into Institutional Responses to Sexual Abuse of Children) and it’s impact upon the Anglican Church. The […]

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Christian Submissions to the Senate Same-Sex Marriage Inquiry

sydneyanglicans.net have a great summary article on the Australian Senate Inquiry into Same-Sex Marriage Legislation (not to be confused with a previous inquiry in 2015). The Diocese of Sydney has told a Senate Inquiry the proposed bill on same-sex marriage does not sufficiently protect freedom of religion. The Senate inquiry into the exposure draft of the legislation […]

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New Assistant Bishop of Brisbane is “happy to abandon the Creed”

The Archbishop of Brisbane and former Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, Phillip Aspinall, has today announced in an ad clerum that he has appointed Archdeacon Jeremy Greaves as an assistant bishop in the Diocese.   Greaves’ appointment will be viewed by many as controversial and even provocative. He gained notoriety for himself when Dean of […]

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GAFCON UK: The Church of England and Lambeth 1:10 – The Embarrassing Rainbow Elephant in the Room

One of the things I’m appreciating about GAFCON UK is their willingness to call it like it is. There’s an increasing move amongst “conservative” leadership in the Church of England to insist that really everything is ok. Yes, there are  the odd clergy here or there doing the wrong thing but basically the ship is still […]

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