This page brings together information on the Anglican Church in Tasmania’s Redress Proposal.
Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ document provides some general background information and aims to address questions and concerns that are currently being expressed within the community.
This information has been prepared in good faith with due care, however is not intended to be legal advice and it does not purport to contain all the information or answers you may require. It should not be relied on as statements or representations of fact. You should make your own independent enquiries to satisfy yourself regarding the accuracy, correctness and completeness of the information.
Process outline for parishes and community
Full List of Property Proposed for sale
Final decision to be made by Diocesan Council (the Church’s governing body) in December 2018
- Full list of properties proposed for sale
- List of funds to be levied
- Redress proposal – graphics for breakdown of funds
Media Releases relating to Redress
- Anglican Church votes in favour of Redress Proposal
- Anglican Church welcomes State Government’s decision to join National Redress Scheme
- Anglican Church’s proposal for funding Redress
- Anglican Church in Tasmania sacrifices to fund Redress
- Anglican Church recognises the importance of Redress
Bishop Condie’s Opinion pieces
- Selling churches brings no joy but is the right thing to do
- Collective responsibility for righting past wrongs
- The Importance of Redress for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Bishop Condie has written the following three Pastoral Letters concerning the Church’s proposal to sell church properties in order to fund Redress to survivors of child sexual abuse
- Pastoral Letter on Redress 4 May 2018
- Pastoral Letter on Redress 29 April 2018
- Pastoral Letter on Redress 19 April 2018