The Bishop’s Training Event ran over two Saturdays in September: in Hobart on Saturday 23 September and in Launceston on Saturday 30 September.
This year’s event theme focused on taking bold risks to advance mission, relying on God to do the transforming work of bringing people to know and follow Jesus.
The main talks are now available to watch online – see below.
Stephen McAlpine has three decades of experience working in and planting churches in Perth. He has a background in Journalism and a keen interest in helping Christians navigate our cultural moment faithfully and fearlessly. With extensive Christian Schools’ board experience, Stephen is aware of the challenges facing our Christian institutions, and the discipleship pressures on Christian families. His book Being The Bad Guys: How To Live For Jesus In a World That Says You Shouldn’t, was Australian Christian Book of the Year 2021.
Stephen McAlpine: Living Out and Sharing Your Faith in 2023
Richard Condie is the 12th Bishop of Tasmania, commencing in this role in March 2016. He leads the Diocesan Vision to be a Church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus, which is showing some great signs of growth and renewed ministry. He chairs Anglican Health and Welfare which provides Chaplains to hospitals and prisons, works with the Board and CEO of Anglicare to love and serve the Tasmanian community, is Visitor to the three Tasmanian Anglican Schools, and is involved in various bodies in the Anglican Church of Australia. Prior to coming to Tasmania, he was the Vicar of St Jude’s Church, Carlton for 14 years, one of Melbourne’s largest Anglican churches, and was Archdeacon of Melbourne. He was Lecturer in New Testament at Ridley College (an Anglican training college) from 1995-2002. His formal educational qualifications are in Social Science, Theology, and Ministry. Richard is married to Helen and they have two adult children.
Bishop Richard Condie: Boldness