The Winter family have long been vital and giving members of the Chermside Parish – the recent death of Callun Winter in a traffic accident has tragically meant the family has had to turn to their community for help in their hour of need
The Old Friary site was purchased by an early timber merchant in 1876 and while the Old Friary has been sold, the heritage and community area will still be accessible to the local community
The Brisbane Diocese recently launched a new initiative with a one-day workshop on fundraising, philanthropy, grant writing, social enterprise, and community and political engagement
September 2 commemorates the Martyrs of New Guinea in the Anglican Church. Whom does this day honour and why? Ian Eckersley dives deep into the history and the incredible story behind this day, which is observed in the Anglican calendar worldwide, and has special relevance for parishioners in our Diocesan community.
Last year we solved the 83-year-old mystery of the grave at the Proston Church – the Gold Coast North Parish now has its own 83-year-old mystery at the site of the old Holy Rood Church and is seeking your help
While the Brisbane Diocese apologised in 2012 for its role in historical forced adoption practices, the opening and blessing of a garden, which includes the restored and original gates, has been warmly welcomed by surviving mothers