Archive for June 2019

Chaplaincy Coordinator – Launceston General Hospital

We are seeking a passionate, caring and professional person to coordinate the Chaplaincy services at the Launceston General Hospital. The full-time position is responsible for the oversight and maintenance of the spiritual visiting program, working as a member of the Allied Health team to support chaplains and volunteers to fulfill referrals and respond to spiritual…

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Financial modelling for the future management of Anglican cemeteries

In light of the newly amended Burial and Cremation Act, the Anglican Church of Tasmania has developed some financial modelling with respect to the future management costs of Anglican cemeteries across the State. We have based our calculations on the following assumptions: We need to maintain each cemetery for at least the next 100 years…

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Administrative Assistant

Tasmanian Diocese

The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania is recruiting for a fixed-term (6 month), part-time (0.5 FTE) position to support our Registry team. The function of the role is to work in close collaboration with the Diocesan staff to assist the smooth functioning of the Registry office and to provide administrative services to the Assistant Registrar. By…

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Cemeteries Clerk

The Anglican Diocese of Tasmania is recruiting to fill a new full-time, fixed term (12 months) position as part of its centralisation of the administration of cemeteries across the state. The role encompasses: Coordinating the acquisition and establishment of online cemetery and columbarium record keeping platform. Coordinating the integration of cemetery and columbarium recordkeeping and…

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Presidential Address 2019

The Right Revd Dr Richard Condie, Bishop of Tasmania, delivered his Presidential Address 2019, at the First Ordinary Session of the 54th Synod in Launceston, on 14 June 2019. A copy of the Bishop’s address can be found here: Presidential Address 2019

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Rural Mission Training Day – Saturday 3rd August

How do we reconnect with our community? In an increasingly anxious society what does Christianity have to offer? How do we make the connections we already have opportunities to speak of Christ? Often in rural centres we find that everyone knows everyone. Sometimes we have known the people around us for nearly all of our…

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Bible Forum (Hobart), Saturday 27 July 2019

Launceston Bible Forum

Topic: The Christian Imagination How important is using your imagination for the way you live your Christian life? Some might say that the human imagination is the opposite of God’s truth: “Let the Scriptures cease to be heard and soon the remembered Christ becomes an imagined Christ” (James Smart). Others, that imagination is central to…

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