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Children and Families Worker – Parish of Deloraine

Come join us in Deloraine, as we seek to make disciples of Jesus, building for eternity! We are looking for a passionate and energetic disciple of Jesus, to bring their energy, enthusiasm and new ideas, to take our Children and Families ministry to a new level under God. This is an exciting  opportunity to both…

After 67 years of searching, Faith found the truth she was looking for

Faith Selah recommitted herself to follow Christ after a long wandering in the wilderness. Read her story: I grew up in Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart, Adelaide and Perth with two brothers, a sister, and parents who were mildly committed Churchgoers. I was baptised at four months old and grew up loving hymns. I was confirmed at…

Kristina Kettleton reflects on her first online Bishop’s Training Event

What was your role in this year’s event? I was part of the team responsible for livestreaming the event, and even though each person had experience in their area, we had never worked together as a team to produce a live event – so that was a bit nerve wracking! Each person busied themselves at…

Rev Bruce Mitchell retires after 15 years as Chaplain of Mission to Seafarers

Rev RB (Bruce) Mitchell retired as Chaplain of Mission to Seafarers (MtS) Hobart on 30 September 2020 after 15 years of service. Bruce is the longest serving Chaplain of MtS in Tasmania in its 105 years of operation, and since 2005, Chair of the MtS Hobart Management Committee, Pru Bonham, estimates that the MtS team…

Supplementary Prayer Lists (September 2020)

The Supplementary Prayer Lists accompany the Diocesan Prayer Diary.

Saturday 19th September 2020

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A Pastoral Letter from the Bishop

The Bishop of Tasmania writes about Voluntary Assisted Suicide Legislation, and the Oxford Vaccine. Click here for the letter.

GEN.3:15 – using art as a conversation opener

For over thirty years Maz Gill-Harper has been making artworks, aiming to open conversations about the Lord Jesus, both within the church and the secular world. Here Maz explains her GEN.3:15 art installation at St George’s Anglican Church, Battery Point. “I carved into the upper ‘leg’ of this sculpture, ‘GEN.3:15’, so a viewer might ponder:…

Farewell to Rev John Middleton

On Sunday 26 July, women from Mary Hutchinson and men from Ron Barwick prisons came together in separate services, to farewell Rev John Middleton. John joined the Risdon prison ministry team in July 2015 providing regular communion services and supporting ex-offenders returning into the community. A warm time was had in both prisons. John was…