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150th Anniversary St Paul’s, Stanthorpe

St Paul’s Anglican Church
Corundum Street
Stanthorpe Qld 4380

St Paul’s Anglican Church in Stanthorpe is celebrating its 150th Anniversary, commencing with a service of Thanksgiving, which will be followed by refreshments in the hall and a time of fellowship and reminiscing about times past, with photographs and memorabilia on display. See more.

Community of The Way's Emma Williams, Eleanor Reid, Stacey McCowan and Naomi Mayer volunteering with Thread Together at Anglicare's Beenleigh youth services on 16 November 2021

Community of The Way responding to human need by loving service

“Being a member of the Community of The Way has pushed me to delve deeper into my faith and become more disciplined in practising my spirituality. It is very valuable to be surrounded by like-minded young people who support each other in their faith journeys,” says Community of The Way intern, Eleanor Reid


St Andrew’s team breaks record in fourth Kokoda Challenge win

“My highlight of the Kokoda Challenge would have to be the teamwork shown by each of us during the challenge; whenever someone was becoming fatigued, we were sure to get around them and encourage them to keep on going,” says St Andrew’s Anglican College student, Cory


Bishop Cam Venables' Maundy Thursday 2021 message

“He took a bowl and a towel and he washed the feet of his disciples…Sometimes I think we may have missed the point when Jesus said, ‘Serve each other in the same way that I am serving you now.’ Sometimes I think in today’s world we’d say, ‘Don’t think that you’re too important not to do the things that everyone else takes for granted. So take your turn cleaning the toilet, doing the ironing, doing the washing, cutting the grass, doing those nitty gritty things that in lots of ways we take for granted in family life and in community life,” says Bishop Cam Venables


Serving on the Victorian bushfire frontlines

“During our three weeks away in the Victorian Alps, Robyne did great work…visiting very frightened residents, and I conducted many services…including a funeral at Mount Beauty, which we had to do in the pub,” says The Rev’d Ian Bailey on his recent service trip during the bushfire crisis


CAC student volunteers for international public health project

“My job was to clean wounds and dry skin patches, test blood pressure and blood sugar, clean ears, treat tooth decay, trim fingernails and toenails, and provide comfort,” Year 12 Coomera Anglican College student Cambria Hunt says of her recent service trip to Cambodia