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A reckoning that becomes a channel

“There is a gentle internal reckoning that comes with the recognition of how close our own humanity connects with other persons, whether difference is perceived or not. This reckoning is often a catalyst for the undertaking of small mercies that channels the flow of our own lives into the river of a wider current of change,” says Allana Wales from St Andrew’s, Indooroopilly

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Flood response: message from the Archbishop

“The community’s overwhelming response to the 2011 floods showed how south-east Queenslanders pull together at times such as this. So I again encourage members of our Diocesan family to offer a helping hand in the massive clean-up. Our faith communities are already showing the resilience and generosity that we have come to rely upon in such weather events,” says Archbishop Phillip Aspinall

For urgent assistance, people are encouraged to contact Thread Together directly to let them know what is needed

Brand-new clothes for people affected by the Queensland floods

Help is on the way for thousands of Queenslanders who are starting the recovery process after a “rain bomb” hit south-east Queensland over the weekend. A Parish of Indooroopilly, Anglicare Southern Queensland and retail sector alliance is providing emergency assistance in the form of brand-new clothing


Encouraging our parish clergy through participation

“It is only through relationship that the Church is sustained, underlining the importance of participation in all those parish activities which nurture connection in these times; through online services, fellowship gatherings and Bible studies, telephone conversations, and letter writing,” says The Rev’d Sue Grimmett