Anglican Archbishop Jeffrey Driver has criticised the Federal Government’s move this week to excise the mainland from the migration zone as “inconsistent with the spirit and probably the letter” of Australia’s obligations under the UN Refugee Convention.
The Federal government’s new asylum seeker legislation still seeks to discourage people smugglers by punishing their victims.
Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide, Jeffrey Driver, has welcomed the appointment of Bishop Justin Welby as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
Archbishop Jeffrey Driver has welcomed the introduction of the Federal Government’s Community Placement Network initiative to temporarily house asylum seekers in Australian family homes.
A multi-faith service to honour asylum seekers who have died seeking asylum in Australia will take place on Sunday July 1 at the Pilgrim Church at 4pm.
Anglican Archbishop Jeffrey Driver has accused the Commonwealth government of gambling with the future of young Australians as it considers changes to gambling regulations.
Adelaide Archbishop Dr Jeffrey Driver has expressed his congratulations to the Diocese of Willochra and his delight at the appointment of the Right Rev’d John Stead as the new Bishop of Willochra.
The Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide, Jeffrey Driver, has backed calls for a one dollar limit on poker machines.
The Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide has used his Easter message to call on South Australians to look beyond an "addiction to things" and to explore deeper meaning and values in life.
The story of the Cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the great story of renewal and new life coming from sacrifice. It is a story for everyone. Especially at this time it is a story for our political and religious leaders.
Anglican Archbishop Jeffrey Driver is pleased to announce the appointment of The Very Rev’d Frank Nelson as Dean of Adelaide’s iconic St Peter’s Cathedral.
After more than four years successfully leading Anglicare SA Dr Lynn Arnold will leave his position of Chief Executive Officer on June 30 to begin full-time study of theology and seek ordination.