Through worship, experiential reflection and quiet engagement with each other during this Quiet Morning, we will consider how the Lenten journey can challenge the stories we tend to tell. This is an intergenerational event, suitable for people of diverse ages to embrace the Lenten intention to become more like Christ. See more.
“Ash Wednesday and the Season of Lent present opportunities for us to make the same sort of return. They offer us the opportunity for reflection, sifting and renewal; they are constructed so as to offer us the opportunity to embrace new beginnings,” says The Very Rev’d Dr Peter Catt
The tenth Anglican Archbishop of Brisbane was Installed at St John’s Cathedral yesterday before a 1,000-strong congregation in a service blending ancient traditions and modern sensibilities, signalling the style of the Diocese’s new leader, The Most Rev’d Jeremy Greaves
History will be made on Saturday at St John’s Anglican Cathedral when the 10th Archbishop of Brisbane will be Installed before a packed congregation of eminent faith and community leaders, First Nations elders, school children, and members of the broader Anglican community
“As a Diocesan family, widely distributed, we will be centred on Saturday as we gather around our new Archbishop in the Cathedral as he is seated in the cathedra, and as he leads us in the breaking of the bread before encouraging us to go and further the mission of Christ,” says The Very Rev’d Dr Peter Catt