This Week Around the Diocese

Belmont Op Shop Up-Sizes Belmont Op Shop moved recently to larger premises in Macquarie Street. A craft group started last week in a room separate to the trading section of the shop. It is planned that a Bible discussion group will commence in September. We welcome visitors, shoppers and those interested in joining one of

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House Church Grows Out of Parish Closure

When Teralba Anglican Church closed in November last year, a group of members found themselves starting the “Cameron Park Anglican House Church”. A core group from the congregation couldn’t find another place to worship, so Colin and Kay Walters started hosting the group in their lounge room. “There are about a dozen of us, aged

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All Saints Nelson Bay Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Last Sunday All Saints celebrated 60 years as a church on its present site. In a post on Facebook, they said: “We celebrated with Baptisms and confirmations, praise and worship and then an old prayer book service with robed choir. We had the pleasure of Bishop Peter’s company and wise words in the sermon.” “I

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Global Alpha Gathering Inspires Local Stockton Minister

After returning from the Alpha Global Gathering in May, Stockton Anglican Church minister Rev’d Michael Marklew, has a renewed passion for the ways Alpha can continue to transform the Anglican Church. The Alpha Global Gathering (AGG) is a weeklong extension to the HTB Leadership Conference (LC19) in London. It is hosted by the Anglican Church

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Connecting Theology, Arts and Stained Glass

St Luke’s Anglican Church in Woy Woy has been transformed over the weekend by a set of personally designed and crafted stained glass windows. The new faceted glass was unveiled at a special reception in the lead up to a three-day arts and theology symposium being hosted by St Luke’s later this week. The Reception

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