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Archbishop Jeremy’s 2024 New Year message

“There’s so much exciting collaboration already happening, both within our Diocese and through wider community engagement. And, I encourage all parts of our Diocesan community to keep exploring new ways to connect and engage, as we build up one another and collectively demonstrate Jesus’ love to all whom we encounter. Throughout 2024, I’d love you to let me know how you are making this happen, so please drop me a line so I can share your story with the Diocesan community,” says Archbishop Jeremy Greaves

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Thread Together

“Working in this Thread Together environment, it’s really exciting to be able to see Anglicare Southern Queensland as well as an Anglican church working together…It’s a wonderful partnership and it’s exciting to see it operating so successfully,” says Kate Littmann-Kelly. Find out more in this Anglican Identity series video, produced by our wonderful FormEdFaith team at St Francis College

The Queensland Governor, Her Excellency the Honorable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, visited the Thread Together clothing hub on Monday 20 February 2023: Dr Young is pictured with (L-R) Phyllis Marsh (Anglicare SQ Board member); Melanie Mayne-Wilson (Anglicare SQ Board member); Kim Rayner (Anglicare SQ Board member); Sue Cooke ((Anglicare SQ CEO); and Gary Brady (Anglicare SQ Board chair)

Queensland Governor visits Thread Together clothing hub at St Andrew's, Indooroopilly

The Queensland Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC PSM, recently visited the Thread Together clothing hub at St Andrew’s, Indooroopilly, coinciding with the second anniversary of the unique clothing service in Queensland


Thread Together Clothing Hub to launch in Brisbane

A permanent referral-only clothing hub will open at St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Indooroopilly this week to give people access to brand new clothing in a safe and supportive environment. The official launch will take place tomorrow, Thursday 20 October during Anti-Poverty Week from 10am


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