A glorious and moving Holy Week at the Cathedral
Celebrating Holy Week an engaged and welcoming congregation at St Peter’s Cathedral supported the clergy of the Adelaide Anglican Diocese as they reaffirmed their ordination vows.
For Peter and Lynda Graham being a foster carer is a motivation. A motivation to care and actively help a child in the community, and now, they want others to know how they can help too.
Saturday 6th April marked a historic first for the Anglican Church and the wider community when Archdeacon Alison Taylor became the first woman in Queensland to become a bishop.
Responding to growing calls from churches for increased collaboration and engagement in Australian public policy and debate on refugees and asylum seekers, the National Council of Churches in Australia (NCCA) has formed the Australian Church Refugee Network (ACRN).
The Home of Hopes and Dreams Orphanage is being supported by St Luke's Anglican Church Whitmore Square.
All Saints' Anglican Church, Colonel Light Gardens, are hosting a concert of light classical music by the choir Cantamus on Sunday 5 May 2013 at 2.30pm. Proceeds are to aid the Christian Pastoral Support Workers in three local schools.
The St Richard’s Writing Competition enters its fourth year with a growing reputation and great anticipation as we continue this year with the theme My Hope.
Archbishop Justin has said in his Easter sermon that pinning hopes on individuals in politics and public life is "always a mistake". But he said Holy Week and Easter remind us of the power of God and the fallibility of human beings - lessons which liberate us to be merciful...
Tensions reach new climax in Egypt
The Queen has approved the nomination of the Right Reverend Justin Welby for election as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.