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October Mission and Parish Council Update

Church Governance, Missions, News & Prayer

Mission Update – Anglican Youthworks In November, Mission of the Month giving is devoted to Anglican Youthworks. It aims to support the work of the gospel in churches and schools to present children, youth and families mature in Christ. Youthworks’ vision is to see an effective youth and children’s ministry in every church. Our kids…

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Annual Thanksgiving Day 2018

Announcements, Community, Ministers' letters, Missions, News & Prayer, Social comment

For many years at the Cathedral, we’ve run an Annual Thanksgiving Day (ATD) appeal in the lead up to St Michael’s Day. (29thSeptember on the church calendar, reminding us to take the existence of angels seriously!) We direct every single cent raised to Christian ministry and aid projects outsideSt Michael’s. One growth group urged us…

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The Supernatural: Resources for further study and reflection

Events, General, News & Prayer, Resources, Uncategorized

(Image above: Karl Faase interviews Vince Vitale, now Director of the Zacharias Institute, educated at Princeton University and the University of Oxford, and having taught philosophy of religion at both of these universities.) Following the third topic on the Supernatural in a scientific age (buy online here) in our Towards Belief video discussion series, here are some resources on suffering…

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First Prayer Summit Update

General, News & Prayer

Friends, I attended three out of four of the inaugural Prayer Summit sessions yesterday, and they were the best hours of my day. I can report combined attendance of about 120, when previously our monthly prayer meetings were averaging 20 in total attendance, and 30 on a really rare good day. So that’s something like…

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Minister’s Letter – Month of Mission Prep

Announcements, Events, Ministers' letters, Missions, News & Prayer

The day I wrote this letter, I was praying with fellow church members and missionaries at the CMS Summer School in Katoomba. Some of our missionaries serve in a location where the government can make it difficult for people who are Christians. In one situation, employers now use a questionnaire, which includes a question that…

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AUGUST: Mission and Parish Council Update

Missions, News & Prayer

Mission Update – CMS In September, Mission of the Month giving is directed towards the Church Missionary Society. And haven’t we been blessed by the visit of S & K, with little J, over these last three weeks. What clarity and courage of Christian conviction! You may be wondering why I am referring to them…

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June: Mission & Parish Council Update

Missions, News & Prayer

Scripture Union & Bible Society In July, Mission of the Month giving is divided between Scripture Union and Bible Society. Just now, inspired by a ‘billboards on buses’ campaign in London, we are running a series of #QuoteJesus signs on our changeable church sign. The first says, “Blessed are the peacemakers.” How timely are Jesus’…

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Mission Update – CMS

Church Governance, Missions, News & Prayer

Mission Update – CMS In June, Mission of the Month giving is directed to CMS – the Church Missionary Society. Through CMS, we continue to support some wonderful link missionaries: Mal and Charissa Forrest in church pastoral work, Jordan; D & L, development work with students, East Asia. And we are entering a partnership with…

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The Public Reading

Bible Readings, Ministers' letters, News & Prayer

Facebook currently says it’s one year since my Long Service Leave in America. There I was privileged to attend 7 services and 3 Bible study groups at 5 churches. All were friendly and Bible-based, with the gospel of Jesus central. But, at least to my way of thinking, something was missing: Bible-reading in church! In my Minister’s…

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Why call it good?

Community, News & Prayer, People, Uncategorized, View from the pew

As we approach this Easter, which will be my 89th, I share some thoughts with you… When I was a lot younger, even though I realised the significance of Good Friday, I couldn’t understand why it was called ‘Good’. But this short poem put it very clearly: Good Friday, why call it good, When on…

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