As we look to re-imagine the future with other church communities in the Melbourne Anglican Diocese, we pray for vision, guidance, joy and power to lead our Churches into growth.
The June 2022 newsletter of Anglicare Australia, Aspect, includes articles on the election result, minimum wage and living costs, and safer Buy Now Pay Later. You can read the full newsletter by subscribing free at Aspect Newsletter – Anglicare Australia.
The May 2022 newsletter of Anglicare Australia, Aspect, includes interesting perspectives on rental affordability, aged care and the upcoming election. You can read the full newsletter by subscribing free at Aspect Newsletter – Anglicare Australia
Michael DeJonge’s informative opinion piece at ABC Religion and Ethics in 2019 is just as relevant today.
Andrew Hamilton writes in Eureka Street: Taken together the events of recent years suggest that we face a crisis, a time in which the working assumptions that have guided our personal and collective lives no longer hold. If we do not change we face increasing threats to the world that we shall hand on to…
Ahead of the Federal Election, Anglicare Australia has released five bold ideas for candidates and parties, calling for: A basic income A jobs guarantee A community climate fund A home for every Australian Governing for all: A people’s inquiry into Covid-19.
Diversity is an enduring theme at the heart of the Christian story, writes Bishop Jeremy Greaves in ABC Religion and Ethics.
Tim Costello explains why our hearts are breaking in Micah Australia.
Bob Geldof writes in the Guardian how Desmond Tutu taught us all the true meaning of greatness.
I would like to share with you a short video from 700 Year 5 students in Darebin schools who participated in the Fourth Darebin Schools’ NAIDOC Yarning Conference. The video highlighted the students’ and the schools’ commitment to taking action to heal Country by doing the little Long Walk (a tradition of the Yarning Conference…