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Hope for Creation

Find out what insights three members of our Diocesan community have to share following a recent ‘Hope for Creation’ workshop, as well as about the biggest ever faith-based day of action for the environment, to be held in March

Painting by Hans Heysen, 'Droving into the light' (oil on canvas, 1914-1921)

NCCA President's reflection

“As the poets say, the world is made up of stories! For me, these are stories of moments and people of grace in daily life. Noticing and sharing such moments help us keep ‘droving into the light’, as believers in the good news which Jesus proclaims in today’s Gospel,” says Bishop Philip Huggins as he shares four inspirational stories with us


Practising peacemaking through story telling

Last month, members of our Diocesan community gathered with Archbishop Phillip Aspinall to launch the 2020 Diocesan theme, ‘Being Together: Practising Peacemaking’ – find out what three of our community members shared in the service’s listening group activity


Camping out at the aged-care home

“By sharing in Communion together, everyone gained a new and deeper understanding of what it means to say, ‘We are the Body of Christ, for we all share in the one bread’,” says Director of Youth, Children’s and Families Ministry Jonathan Kemp on the recent Senior Ichthus Camp visit to a retirement village