On what is traditionally Good Shepherd Sunday in the church year, bishop of South Sydney Robert Forsyth arrived by e-bike, escorted by Warden Peter Penn, for a service that also dedicated our rainwater project. After the service even the rector tried the e-bike.
On Palm Sunday members of St George’s Anglican Church Paddington, the Catholic Parishes of St Francis of Assisi Paddington and St Joseph’s Edgecliff, joined with Paddington Uniting Church for an Ecumenical Palm Sunday Service. As a number of people requested, Rev Bill Lawton has kindly allowed us to reporduce the following address he gave. I […]
If you went down to the woods today You’d be infor a big surprise Should any woods at all remain. We enlightened humans prefer to pay For entertainment systems and climate-controlled Private dwellings with pristine views Over mirror-images of themselves. The tree of knowledge bears gain and pain. Gone are the woods of our naïve […]
The answer given to a question at a recent interfaith seminar: What motivates, compels or fuels your commitment to interfaith dialogue? Ever since the evolution of Palaeolithic , then Neanderthal humans, people have known in their guts there was an Other. Sometimes they dreamed up what she was like. Sometimes they said he/she had revealed […]
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 […]