Elke Kroeger-Radcliffe, from the Tikondane Community in Katete in Zambia, again visited us on Sunday 2 January. During the year Lyn and Phillip had an opportunity to visit Tikondane, a community centre project that St George’s has helped support for some years, and have shared with us a few photos so we can see what […]
Update: The Advent Travellers safely made their way back to St George’s on Christmas Eve. Sign up early next year to be part of the journey! Advent is the season where we honour and prepare to welcome the coming of Jesus into our midst, and the journey that his parents took to Bethlehem. As they […]
Can I publically express my personal thanks to the Rev’d Dr Bill Lawton for the care, skill and enthusiasm he brought to his ministry with the parish these last eight weeks. My thanks also to the wardens for the extra responsibilities they have shouldered. Glenda and I have had a very stimulating and varied time […]
Today’s Service is a celebration of the Cadigal People on whose land our church stands. It is also a reminder of our indebtedness to Indigenous people and their culture. We share a common national destiny.
… Pastor Jones and his small Florida congregation threatened to burn Korans … and he admitted that he has never read the Koran. Book burning has a long history… Apart from the tragic loss of culture and literature, there is something far more sinister at work… Destroying libraries is a calculated action based in fear, […]