Sydney Anglicans #LWTE article

SydneyAnglicans.net asked me to write an article about why I went on the show. Engaging with society and culture has always been tricky for Christians. “In the world but not of it” is a helpful guide but what do we do when the world pushes up against us? Is it better to withdraw? Stand our […]

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School’s Out for Anglican Chaplaincy? Not Quite

A bit of a storm today over the issue of the Sydney Anglican Diocese’s position on the Government’s Schools Chaplaincy progamme. It all kicked off this morning with an “exclusive” article in the smh, “Anglicans: No chaplains, scripture in public schools“: As the Federal Government considers the fate of its National School Chaplaincy Program after […]

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Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney

From SydneyAnglicans.net A synod of more than 800 members has overwhelmingly elected Bishop Glenn Davies as the 12th Archbishop of Sydney. Dr Davies replaced Dr Peter Jensen who held the post for 12 years. For much of Archbishop Jensen’s tenure, Dr Davies served with him as the Bishop of North Sydney. The other nominee for […]

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Sydney Election Synod – SydAng report

Yesterday was the first day of Synod. SydneyAnglicans.net has this report: The Administrator of the Diocese of Sydney, Bishop Robert Forsyth, has stressed the democratic nature of the election of a new Archbishop, saying the outcome would be ‘God at work’. The 2013 gathering marks only the tenth time the Sydney synod has elected a […]

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Appreciation of Peter and Christine Jensen

Tonight sees a service officially farewelling Archbishop Peter Jensen and his wife Christine. Archbishop Peter Jensen and Mrs Christine Jensen will be officially farewelled at a large service at St Andrew’s Cathedral on Friday night, 14th of June. Dignitaries such as the Premier, Barry O’Farrell and the Governor, Professor Marie Bashir, will be in attendance […]

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