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From Bush Brothers to Mission Area in 130 Years

“This book’s fundamental message is that the nitty-gritty of the economic livelihoods, social activities, cultural expressions and spiritual wellbeing of those living in our rural communities are uniquely intertwined, as folk resiliently pull together through the ups and downs of daily life,” says anglican focus Editor Michelle McDonald in her review of Christine McLean’s book, From Bush Brothers to Mission Area in 130 Years

Anglicare Home Care Worker Judy Blinco (right, pictured with her daughter) was nominated for the Andrea Murray Memorial Award at the annual Maranoa Regional Council Australia Day Awards by Anglicare Southern Queensland’s Roma Office (Image by Trina Ayers)
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Western Region Anglicare disability advocate honoured

Anglicare Home Care Worker Judy Blinco received a major accolade at the annual Maranoa Regional Council Australia Day Awards, in recognition for her services to the local disability sector

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FCAC students: sharing the dignity

Fraser Coast Anglican College Year 10 students collected much-needed sanitary products for women sleeping rough in ‘Share the Dignity Month’

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Anglican Church remembers missionaries on New Guinea Martyrs Day

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.