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Care for creation

Year 4 St Luke's Anglican College students with their hand-made bee hotels, with (back row) Amelie and Samantha and (front row) Parker, Jared and Joanna

Young Bundy busy bees build hotels for our native pollinators

Earlier this year, St Luke’s Anglican School purchased some native bees to care for and study. The flow-on effect of this initiative has been significant for Year 4 students, who share their interesting insights and learnings in this special joint feature


Dalby Anglicans clear the weir

“‘Clear the Weir’ activates our God-given stewardship role by involving young Christians in physically caring for their environment. This allows us to see, first-hand, the importance of our role and the impact we have and the difference we can make as part of God’s Creation,” says Year 11 student and St John’s, Dalby parishioner Charlotte Kelly in this special joint feature


Sunflower sojourn: Southport to Warwick and back for $6.50

“Jill and I have successfully tested the limits of our EV by venturing to our Western Region from the Gold Coast. Sure, it did take some planning and there were a few frustrating moments as EV newbies, but once we’d received some kindly advice from the knowledgeable stranger, we were good to go,” says The Rev’d Don Parker from St Peter’s, Southport