Out & About

November 2018

Recent photos of our Diocesan community

10 Photos
Out & About
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Bishop Cam and Catholic Bishop Robert McGuckin at St Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, Toowoomba at the 25th Anniversary of the Common Declaration, celebrating our common mission

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Congratulations to St Aidan's student Freya Woodman, who has been chosen as the 2018 Fred Hollows Humanity Award Queensland Junior Ambassador: The Fred Hollows Humanity Award recognises Year Six students who show compassion, integrity and kindness in their everyday lives, with each state and territory recognising a Junior Ambassador who will be able to extend their humanity by allocating $5,000, donated by the award’s charity partner Specsavers, to one of The Foundation’s programs to end avoidable blindness

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St Bart's, Toowoomba parishioners of every generation sharing a lasagne dinner and praying for our church, city, and world

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St Peter's Anglican Church, Gold Coast parishioners enjoying 'games time' as they celebrate the Melbourne Cup

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Anglicare Southern Queensland Robina and Killara Respite Centre clients enjoying the Melbourne Cup 'fashions on the field' festivities

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Killara Respite Centre clients and staff getting into the Halloween spirit

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The Rev'd Dr Jo Inkpin speaking and sharing discussion on ‘the feisty females and foremothers of Jesus’ and supporting local Reconciliation work, including affirming the Uluru Statement, at St Mark's Anglican Church, Buderim

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Fathers and sons enjoyed a special breakfast at Churchie on 2 November with father Robin Yu (pictured) saying: "The last Father and Son Breakfast at Churchie. Total 6 years, finally will have to say goodbye to his mates, teachers and wonderful school. Boys will keep pursuing their future through different uni and education programs. Good luck and all the best."

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Coomera Anglican College students enjoying the string department's biggest event of the year, the annual 'String Extravaganza', with this year's theme being the 'Medieval Era'. Throughout the year, students have been learning about music and music making during the medieval era. They all looked so impressive in their medieval attire, it was an extremely difficult decision for string tutors Miss Hales, Miss Connelly and Mr Setiawan to award only three student damsels and knights 'best costume'. All students were congratulated for their outstanding preparation and polished performances. Well done, string students!

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St Margaret's students selling produce at their Maggies Harvest market stall in the primary Atrium. Not only did the young stall holders offer their lovingly grown herbs, vegetables and flowers, they also had plenty of interesting facts to offer their customers about their products.