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As we navigate our way through the current challenges of the COVID-19 environment, the diverse Anglican Church Southern Queensland community, across five Commissions and three Regions, is continuing to worship, pray and serve their faith and broader communities.

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ACSQ Facebook on 21 August 2021: "Baroona Farm volunteers Robin, Kym, Ravi and The Rev’d Samuel gathered with others today to tend to crops and wicking beds. The farm is a small urban farm located at St Francis College in Milton, Brisbane. Their mission is to grow food and community with and for the nutritionally vulnerable, using organic and sustainable farming practices, while working in partnership with the good folk at the Romero Centre. Baroona Farm working bees are held on the first Friday and the third Saturday of the month, from 8.30am – come along and enjoy gardening and a morning tea. Dedicated Brisbane City Council staff hold composting workshops at working bees, with Council compost bins onsite for community members to drop off compostable items. This is an inspiring community initiative involving diverse sectors working in partnership for the common good."

Winter 2021 album

Check out these photos taken across our Diocesan community, and find out what parishes, clergy and Episcopal leaders, Cathedral, schools, Anglicare, St Francis College and ministries got up to during the winter months