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Dalby Anglicans clear the weir

“‘Clear the Weir’ activates our God-given stewardship role by involving young Christians in physically caring for their environment. This allows us to see, first-hand, the importance of our role and the impact we have and the difference we can make as part of God’s Creation,” says Year 11 student and St John’s, Dalby parishioner Charlotte Kelly in this special joint feature

St Andrew’s Anglican College Year 10 students Kia Pulo (centre) and Ethan Bland (right) with their $4000 cheque after winning the University of Queensland Gen[in] Student Entrepreneurial challenge on Friday 28 May 2021, pictured here with Ruan Van der Merwe, Head of Commerce and Entrepreneurship (left)

St Andrew’s students develop prototype to help farming communities impacted by drought

Two Year 10 St Andrew’s Anglican College students have developed an award-winning prototype designed around the philosophy of a clean, safe and sustainable future for how we generate water


International link unites Māori and indigenous American young Anglicans

To mark the recent International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, the Anglican Communion News Service spoke with a youth representative on the Anglican Consultative Council, Canon Isaac Beach, from the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia: Canon Isaac is a Maori of Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāti Rangitihi descent