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Q&A with Jennifer Crocker, Church Warden and Liturgical Assistant at All Saints’ Church, Mitchell and Secretary for the MWAMA, food producer and land steward

Meet Jennifer Crocker and find out about her voluntary church work, what she is most looking forward to at Synod, the unique challenges faced by food producers and the simple things we as the broader Diocese can do to support food producers and landholders like Jennifer and her family

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Church House: history and occupants

Diocesan Archivist Michael Rogers delves into the history of the various buildings historically known as ‘Church House’, and the buildings’ respective past and current occupants and roles in the life of our Diocese

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Cherish children: help end child labour

With the UN World Day Against Child Labour approaching on Wednesday 12 June, The Rev’d Bronwyn Pagram reflects on the scourge of child labour exploitation and what we as Christians and members of a common humanity can do to assist: “Given Jesus’ commands to cherish children and to love our neighbours, as Christians we should care deeply about the issue of child labour”

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EfM adult learning program: commencing soon

Rector’s Warden at St Mary’s, Kangaroo Point, Kay Self tells us about the origin and history of the popular EfM course and invites us to become part of the 2,000-strong EfM Australian legacy: “I would describe my personal EfM experience as a guided exploration of my faith through study, reflection, discussion and sharing, in a supported and accepting group, led by knowledgeable and experienced mentors”