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How to write sermons that connect

At baptisms, weddings and funerals, clergy have a unique opportunity to engage with people who do not usually go to church, as they honour the lives of people in various stages of their life journeys – clergy from throughout the Diocese share their insights on how to write special occasion wedding, baptism and funeral sermons that connect

(L-R) The Rev’d Helen Button from St Matthias Anglican Church Zillmere and Liturgical Assistant and Spiritual and Pastoral Care Coordinator Roz Rogers with Memory Support Unit residents at Symes Grove in August 2018

Personal reflections on the meeting of faith and dementia

Spiritual and Pastoral Care Coordinator at Anglicare, Roz Rogers, and Director of Mission for Anglicare, The Rev’d Canon Linda McWilliam, share their personal reflections on dementia and faith


When faith and dementia meet

September was Dementia Awareness Month, with the community encouraged to reflect upon the ways we think and talk about dementia – John Austin explores how people with dementia connect with the Divine, and how the Church helps to foster this connection