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You are welcome – World Refugee Day 2020

World Refugee Day 2020 is June 20. The theme is Year of welcome. Jesus said, “for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave…

Online Event – Wednesday 24 June 2020, 6:30pm – 8pm

GAFCON Australia are hosting this special online event. “We will proclaim Christ faithfully to the nations!” Join us for an online celebration of Gafcon’s ministry to global, orthodox Anglicans as…

ARDFA’s Bushfire Appeal Update

In November 2019, we promoted the Anglican Relief and Development Fund Australia (ARDFA) Bushfire Appeal (original post can be read here). Lucy Lim, Executive Director of ARDFA, has shared that,…

A Tiger, Truffles and a Bell Tower

Over the past few months, our motto at St George’s Battery Point has been: ‘Our building is closed but our hearts are open’. Our focus has been on keeping people…

Prayer Meeting with Bishop Richard – 14th June 2020

From the comfort of your own home,  you are invited to join the Bishop of Tasmania, and hundreds of others across the Diocese, in prayer for our Nation and World…

Covid’s surprise blessing

“No more Church Services until further notice”. What a shock! King Island has been in lock down. An isolated location is both a blessing (safer) and a challenge. If anyone…

Green screen & liturgical colours

On 17 March, Bishop Richard announced that no public gatherings, including church services, would take place in Anglican churches until further notice. This decision was made in response to concerns…

Show Hope

Wellspring Anglican Church seeks to be a church for Tasmania, making disciples of Jesus. In this lock down season, this has meant reaching out to international students. Wellspring Church has…

Diocese of Tasmania COVID-19 Roadmap

The Diocesan Roadmap for the reopening of Tasmania on 15th Dec 2021 can be found here.