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Two childhood friends serendipitously reunited through anglican focus

Two Queensland women who grew up together on the Daintree Mission reconnected for the first time in more than 30 years recently, following the publication of a ‘Spotlight Q&A’ in anglican focus. In this special joint reflection, Kuku Yalanji Elder Aunty Janice Walker and Anglicare Administration Officer Veneta Tschumy tell some of their story, along with Aunty Janice’s daughter, Anglicare Cultural Support Worker Lalania Tusa, who serendipitously brought the childhood friends together through her Q&A

Kabi Kabi, Koa and Yuin artist Stevie O’Chin introduced her 'Being Together' dot painting to Archbishop Phillip Aspinall on 24 January 2020 in St Martin's House, Brisbane in the lead up to the Archbishop's 2020 Diocesan annual theme 'Being Together: Practising Peacemaking' launch

Ancient Aboriginal practice meets Divine Christian call

A stunning Aboriginal dot painting has been commissioned to commemorate Archbishop Phillip Aspinall’s 2020-2022 Diocesan ‘Being Together’ theme, fittingly upholding our community’s commitment to Reconciliation and our call as a Church to seek unity and holiness


The Rev'd Canon Bruce Boase

Priest-in-Charge of Green Hills Anglican Community and Co-Chair of the RAP Committee Canon Bruce Boase talks about reconciliation in the Anglican Church Southern Queensland, including how different churches are contributing to reconciliation across the Diocese and his own vision for reconciliation