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Reflections The Rev’d Canon Sarah Plowman with students on a bus to a valedictory Cathedral service in 2017 Reflections

My stubborn chaplaincy call

“Whether it is in Anglican schools, colleges, universities, aged care facilities, hospitals or other workplaces, chaplains nurture, guide and comfort people from all faiths and none. They are truly the face of Christ in the world,” says The Rev’d Canon Sarah Plowman

Oceania Primates and General Secretaries line up at the 2023 Oceania Anglican Leaders’ Fono 19 to 21 May (Photo: Anglican Taonga)

Oceania Primates commit to the Anglican Communion as “one body with many parts”

Anglican leaders in the Oceania region have reiterated their commitment to the Anglican Communion, describing it as “one body with many parts”. The comments were made in a communiqué at the end of their annual Fono, or meeting, which brings together primates and provincial secretaries from the four independent-yet-interdependent churches in the region


Anglican Consultative Council signs Faith Leaders' Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

On World Environment Day, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Bishop Anthony Poggo, joined a growing chorus of faith leaders, Indigenous peoples, civil society leaders, youth, cities, lawmakers, academics and scientists calling for a global treaty to phase out fossil fuels and support a just transition powered by clean energy and a sustainable future for all


Canterbury tales: pilgrimage highlights and insights

Assistant priest The Rev’d Mel Conway from St Anne’s, Highfields and St Francis College formation student Allana Wales from St Andrew’s, Indooroopilly recently received a scholarship so they could participate in an annual pilgrimage for seminarians and clergy in the early years of their ordained ministry. In this special joint reflection they share their pilgrimage highlights and insights