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International Day of Peace: End Racism. Build Peace

“What I want to say is that any person who risks their life to seek safety is the same. Whether people come here via a United Nations refugee camp or arrive by either boat or plane to apply for asylum, we all have one thing in common – that is the need to find a safe place to live in freedom,” says Bishop Daniel Abot, as the International Day of Peace approaches

The Rev’d Nicholas Whereat from the Anglican Parish of Aspley-Albany Creek with Cathedral priest The Rev’d Dr Gemma Dashwood and Cathedral community members, Delroy, Eve, Angie and Carol, praying for the release of people stuck on PNG and Nauru on Sunday 4 September 2022.

The Rev'd Nicholas commences nine-day Cathedral fast for refugees left in limbo

The Rev’d Nicholas Whereat has commenced a nine-day fast to pray for the more than 1,300 refugees left in limbo in the offshore processing system, and is inviting community members to join him


NCCA call for further prayer and fasting

National Council of Churches in Australia President Bishop Philip Huggins calls all churches nationally to join in a global weekend of prayer and fasting on 26 and 27 September to intercede for all those impacted by COVID-19 and for an end to the virus