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Features St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School students Features

Travelling with the saints

“Various saints have been inspiration for some of our greatest artists, so why not share those masterpieces with our students? And those unbelievable stories are a great invitation to talk about science and belief,” says The Rev’d Gillian Moses from St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School

The Rev'd Jocelyn Pitt visited Churchie on 2 November 2022 as the school celebrated the 30th anniversary of the ordination of women. The Rev'd Jocelyn was the first ordained woman to be a Chaplain at Churchie, where she served between 1993 and 2003

Churchie celebrates the ordination of women

The 30th anniversary of the ordination of women in the Anglican Church of Australia was celebrated at Churchie recently with a special visit from The Rev’d Jocelyn Pitt to the Preparatory School chapel services


Have we shrunk the mystery of atonement into words?

“Given the difficulties surrounding commonly-held atonement theories, then, perhaps we should quietly shove the whole thing under the carpet and focus on nicer aspects of our faith? I believe we need to lift up that carpet…Perhaps we may discover a few dusty lumps, long pushed out of sight by all but dusty theologians, which, when polished, show gleams of gold,” says The Ven. Dr Anne van Gend