Anglican Church of Australia

 

Compassion for the lost

Bishop Trevor Edwards looks at Australia's 2016 religion census

 

Perth pays half a million in legal fees to defend embattled archbishop

Diocese paid $474,000 after insurers refused to cover the costs of Archbishop Roger Herft's legal counsel before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

 

ACL push back against Archbishop Freier

Anglican Church League Council issues statement rebutting arguments of the Australian Primate against Australian participation in the Lines consecration

 

Australian primate on the Lines consecration

Archbishop Freier writes to the Australian bishops expressing his disquiet over the consecration of Andy Lines

 

The Anglican Rule of Faith: canon law or Scripture

David Ould examines the arguments put forward by those objecting to the consecration of a missionary bishop for Europe

 

Sydney archbishop to assist in the consecration of Andy Lines

Archbishop Glenn Davies writes the decision to disregard his primate's advice and consecrate a missionary bishop for Britain was not taken lightly. 

 

Taz Bishop to assist in the consecration of GAFCON bishop for Scotland

The Rt. Rev. Richard Condie, Bishop of Tasmania, has written to the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Australia, stating his reasons for participating in the consecration of Andy Lines as the ACNA bishop for Europe

 

GAFCON Primates to meet in Lagos

Next week, the Gafcon Primates arrive in Lagos, Nigeria, for the annual Primates Council meeting, between 25th - 27th April.

 

Easter Message: Glenn Davies

Jesus is the ultimate rescuer. His name, in Hebrew, means ‘God saves’.

 

Easter Message; Philip Freier

Christians speak about having a personal relationship with Jesus and being alive with his Spirit. It is not just a manner of speaking, an odd religious terminology, it is a real and lived experience

 

Lord, open the King of England's eyes!

"Lord, open the King of England’s eyes!"

These, of course, were the last reported words of William Tyndale who was strangled and then burnt in 1536.

 

Royal Commission ends Anglican phase

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has finished its investigation of the Anglican Church, with a summary hearing in Sydney that revealed some statistics on offe