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February 2019 Album

Recent photos of our Diocesan community

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Churchie celebrating its annual Founder’s Day service in St John’s Cathedral, where Bishop Jeremy Greaves anointed the student leaders, staff leaders and School Council members.

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St Andrew's Anglican College, Peregian Springs Year 7 students ringing the College's new gratitude bell, which was a gift from the 2018 Year 12 graduating class.

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Janet White, Ann Joseph and Joanne Rose, after Thursday Precinct Prayers, enjoying the Cathedral's Vitra 100 Miniatures Exhibition.

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Glennie School twins with new Head of Junior Years, Mrs Kate Harris. With a broad background in leading, teaching and learning, together with studies in Special Education and Early Childhood, Mrs Harris feels both excited and challenged by the role ahead. (L-R): Summer Finn, Amy Leis, Mrs Kate Harris, Kate Leis and Holly Finn.

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The Australian contingent — Bishop Murray and Bishop John Roundhill — amongst the bishops who visited Lambeth Palace and the Anglican Communion Office on 8 February. As well as a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury, there was a briefing about Thy Kingdom Come and The Community of St Anselm.

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Bishop Jeremy Greaves at the Coomera Anglican College Student Leadership Induction Ceremony on 6 February with Deputy Principal Mr Mark Heaney.

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Raymond Steward OAM at Stafford Parish on 3 February, with The Rev’d Keith Foote (left), Assisting Priest at St Clement’s, and The Rev'd Kevin Bourke (right), The Rector of Stafford Parish and Area Dean of Brisbane NW Deanery. Raymond was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia at the recent Australia Day Awards for service to the community. Congratulations, Raymond.

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Coomera Anglican College Student Leadership Induction Ceremony on 6 February, when student leaders were acknowledged, with Chair of the Anglican Schools Commission Bishop Jeremy Greaves joining in the special event.

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Bishop Jeremy Greaves commissioning The Rev'd Mike Donaldson at St Margaret’s, Sandgate on 8 February.

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Residents at Meilene Residential Home dancing up a storm at their February garden party after planting greenery and flowers.

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The commissioning of children's and youth ministry volunteers at St Bart's, Toowoomba on Sunday 3 February.

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Director of Lay Education at St Francis College Jonathan Sargeant and Senior Lecturer Matthew Jones with the THL366 Christian Education Class, including postulants, school teachers and other theologs at Ming Hua University in Hong Kong, a sister campus to St Francis College. Jonathan and his class are celebrating the completion of the first ever intensive subject offered at Ming Hua University, a sign of new collaborations amongst the campuses of Charles Sturt University's School of Theology. 12 weeks of lectures in five action-packed days in February 2019!

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A resident at Meilene Residential Home enjoying the new secure garden, planting greenery and flowers at a garden party in February.

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(L-R): Phyllis Hofp, Deb Frecklington MP, Glen Maudsley, Robyn McIntosh, Julie Lobwein (Church Warden) and Marilyn Maudsley enjoying morning tea at St David's Anglican Church, Boonara.

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AYCF Young Adult Retreat participants sharing a yarn in beautiful Coolum in early February.

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A group of 40 AMUA delegates from across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific at the 'MULOA 2 Conference' at St John's College, continuing the process of renewal for Mothers Union worldwide. (Photo taken by The Rev'd Bronwyn Pagram)

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To round off the successes of the Glennie Equestrian Team in 2018, the School was awarded 'School of the Year' at the recent Equestrian Queensland annual awards ceremony. Glennie was nominated in this category along with West Moreton Anglican College, Fairholme College and Stuartholme School. All of these schools performed at a high level and had some outstanding results. Sarah-Jane Coggan (pictured), 2019 Equestrian Captain, along with Ellie Reedy, 2018 Equestrian Captain, were most excited to accept the award on behalf of the School.

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The Rev'd Kevin Bourke and parishioners from St Clement's, Stafford at the Year of Generous Hospitality launch event at St John's Cathedral on Friday 15 February.

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The Rev'd Canon Bruce Boase with Year of Generous Hospitality launch event participant Tony at St John's Cathedral on Friday 15 February.

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The Very Rev'd Dr Peter Catt speaking to the congregation at the Year of Generous Hospitality launch event on Friday 15 February.

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Justice Unit Coordinator Jen Basham (L) with participants exploring a prayer space at the Year of Generous Hospitality launch event on Friday 15 February.

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Project Officer at FormedFaith Fiona Hammond (L) and The Rev'd Bronwyn Pagram (R) with participants exploring a prayer space at the Year of Generous Hospitality launch event on Friday 15 February.

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AMUA Brisbane President Bev Perry presenting certificates of bursaries for CPE (Clinical Pastoral Care) to Juliana Bate, Quinn Humphries and Elizabeth McConnell. CPE is a compulsory unit for candidates for ordination in the Brisbane Diocese. AMUA provides three bursaries of $1200 each to cover this cost for three candidates chosen by St Francis College each year. (Photo by Chris Martin).

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The Rev'd Canon Bruce Boase speaking at the recent Brisbane #ChangeTheHeart service at West End Uniting Church, which was attended by many Anglican parishioners and leaders. This service was part of Common Grace’s series of services around Australia.

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The Rev'd Canon Bruce Boase, Brooke Prentice, and Fr Peter Moore at the recent Brisbane #ChangeTheHeart service at West End Uniting Church, which was attended by many Anglican parishioners and leaders. This service was part of Common Grace’s series of services around Australia.

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St Stephen’s Anglican Church, Coorparoo parishioner Beth Woodard (front) and (L-R) Administration Assistant Lynne Monterrosa, Office Coordinator Mel Schmidt and Church Warden John Kotzur eagerly anticipating the completion of the new church hall renovations.

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Mrs Dawn Punter of St Hugh’s, Inala filling her car with donations received from Woolworths Oxley on behalf of St Barnabas’, Red Hil. It’s great to see parishes working together to support the community. (Photos taken by Alfred Wreh).

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Sherril Molloy, Executive Director of the Anglican Schools Commission, was honoured to attend the official 'Turning the Sod' ceremony for the new AEIOU Centre to be built in the grounds of St Paul’s School in Bald Hills.

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Bishop Cam and Millmerran parishioners after the Tummaville church's service of closure on 2 February

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Archbishop Phillip Aspinall blessing and officially opening the new Symes Grove Residential Aged Care Home at Taigum on 27 February 2019

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Archbishop Phillip Aspinall cutting the ceremonial cake with Symes Grove resident Myra Crossan at the facility's opening on 27 February 2019. Symes Grove home is complete with 105 rooms and three memory support cottages, providing 24/7 nursing support, allied health and social support to older members of our community.