Safe Church Communities Training Day 2018

Hobart – Saturday 3 February at Emmanuel Christian School, 1 Chipmans Road, Rokeby. Register before 26 January. Launceston – Saturday 10 February at Launceston Christian School, 452A West Tamar Road, Riverside. Register before 2 February. Burnie – Saturday 17 March. Details to follow. To Register email: or phone 6220 2012. Registering is essential as…

Withdrawing Pokies from Tasmania’s Pubs and Clubs

The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania was delighted to hear of the Labor Party’s commitment to the withdrawal of Pokies from Clubs and Pubs in Tasmania by 2023. The Anglican Bishop of Tasmania, The Right Revd Dr Richard Condie, commends the political courage of the Labour Party and urges the Hodgman Liberal Government to make a…

Alpha Training – 24 February 2018

If you’ve run Alpha before or are looking to run Alpha for the first time, you’re invited to a FREE, fun, interactive session where creative ideas will be shared about: What is Alpha? How to get the best out of hosting Alpha small groups Role play & Prayer It’s completely FREE to attend but please…

SummerView 2018

 SummerView is a conference hosted by the Tasmanian branch of the Church Missionary Society (CMS), who exist that the world might increasingly know, obey and adore Jesus. At the conference, a renowned Bible teacher, a CMS Australia leader and returning Australian CMS missionaries provide outstanding teaching and input to inspire and challenge us all to…

Anglican Camping Tasmania – Summer Camps for grades 3 -12

Our camps are specifically tailored for children and youth!  We know that young people look to enjoy fun and adventures, as well as to experience authentic relationships. We aim to provide all campers with a camp experience where they can build meaningful friendships, see ‘real’ Christian leaders live out what they believe, and have heaps…


We are a church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus.

Motivated by God’s love, we are sent to make disciples, and to serve people with love and compassion.

Jesus said: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20

We are a network of 48 parishes, agencies and schools, who are for Tasmania. We love our State, and so we want every Tasmanian to encounter Jesus and His love. Our Vision explains more of this.

The Diocese of Tasmania is a Child SafeTM organisation.

We are committed to: a transparent culture of safety for all people, especially children and vulnerable people; and safe church practices in our leadership, governance and culture.

We invite you to explore our church life on this website. Use the Find a Church facility to contact a local church. We’d love for you to come and join us.


Featured Articles

Kindness and respect

Anglican Bishop encourages kindness and respect following postal survey results

The Bishop of Tasmania, The Rt Revd Dr Richard Condie today welcomed the publication of the results of the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey. “This survey has been difficult for many Australians and I’m glad that the public has now had its say,” said Bishop Condie. “While I remain of the view that the traditional…


A Pastoral Letter on Marriage

Australians will participate in a postal survey on the redefinition of marriage beginning in September 2017. I thought it was worth reflecting on how our Diocesan Vision to be a church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus, informs how we should think about this. Following Jesus on Marriage As disciples of Jesus we are called to…

poker machine

Poker Machines – Letter to Parliament

One of the resolutions from this year’s Synod was for me to make known the damaging impact that poker machines have on communities, asking all parishes and individuals in our diocese to join with me in campaigning on this issue. Poker machines are designed to addict and always favour the “house”. They cost too many…