Fostering Hope (Part 1)

To be a Church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus is the Anglican Church in Tasmania’s stated Vision. It would be hard to find a mission arguably more fitting with this purpose and vision than Fostering Hope. Fostering Hope seeks to engage the church in the need for more foster and kinship carers in Tasmania,…

54th Synod – Report to all electors

Mr James Oakley, Secretary of the Synod, has written a circular letter to all Parish Councils and electors reporting on the 54th Synod of the Diocese of Tasmania. To read the letter click here: Circular letter to electors – 54th Synod

SATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER, 2019

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General Motions passed – first session of 54th Synod of the Diocese of Tasmania

GENERAL MOTIONS PASSED AT SYNOD 1.Appointment of Trustees It was MOVED (Ven Bill Stewart/Mr Malcolm McGinn) THAT Synod elect the following people to be members of the Trustees of the Diocese, for a term of 5 years from 23 May 2019: Mrs Anne Brown Rt Rev Dr Chris Jones Mr Lee Tyers Mr Shaun Sargent…

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…

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

Welcome

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.

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Fostering Hope (Part 1)

To be a Church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus is the Anglican Church in Tasmania’s stated Vision. It would be hard to find a mission arguably more fitting with this purpose and vision than Fostering Hope. Fostering Hope seeks to engage the church in the need for more foster and kinship carers in Tasmania,…

Christoph and Staci Ochs

Ready to see the church in victory

It has been a few weeks since the Diocesan Celebration and Ordination service (2 March), where I was “deacon-ed,” but ever so often I still get asked why I went for it. In fact, the discernment phase of ordination is a fairly lengthy and rigorous process (and that is good). So, why did we do…

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Redress Proposal – Property Update, Final List, Media Releases, FAQ’s

This page brings together information on the Anglican Church in Tasmania’s Redress Proposal. Status of the 73 properties to be sold to contribute to the Redress Fund Status of properties in sale process Final List of Property for sale Final list of properties for sale Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ document provides some general background…