In Sydney we watch the impact of the current economic reality in Europe from a comfortable distance. In a Christmas Sermon that ‘raised eyebrows’ in the UK, Dr Rowan Williams, The Archbishop of Canterbury, asks questions that are just as relevant to us in considering the choices we make as individuals, as a community, and […]
Recently we congratulated Rev Sue Emeleus who graduated D. Min. in Canberra. (Dr Emeleus is shown with Dr Emeleus at Dr Emeleus’ graduation!) Previously Sue spoke of what motivated her commitment to interfaith dialogue. In the following panel contribution at the Asia Pacific Interfaith Forum on Women, Faith and a Culture of Peace Sue describes […]
Founding President of MOW (National) Inc. (Movement for the Ordination of Women) Patricia died on Sunday 6th March 2011. Her funeral service was held at St Stephen’s Church Newtown on Friday. A number of St George’s parishioners were present. Patricia was a woman of great energy and breadth of vision. She imagined a different church […]
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 […]