Pastors Desk

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Are You A Member of GAFCON? Are you a Member of Gymea Anglican?

by Graham Crew

Are You A Member of GAFCON? What is GAFCON?  Archbishop Peter Jensen describes it as the most exciting development in the Christian Church in his lifetime.  GAFCON represents 70% of the Anglican members world-wide.  Our Diocese played a major role in its development. What is GAFCON – it stands for Global Anglican Future Conference.  It […]

Life Groups, Serving & Enjoying God Forever

by Bob East

Life Groups Thank you to our group leaders who provide frontline pastoral care and discipling through our 26 groups.  If you haven’t joined one yet, why not try one out in Term 1.  They won’t make you stay if you don’t enjoy it!  But I know you will love it.  Serving & Enjoying God Forever […]

Please pray for Pakistan, Update from Parish Council

by Bob East

Please pray for Pakistan Asia Bibi has been acquitted by the Supreme Court of Pakistan after facing trumped up charges. The Lahore High Court’s verdict sentencing her to death for blasphemy has been overturned. She has been in jail for over 8 years. Praise God for this decision and thank you for your continued prayerful support for […]

Fuse Camp 2018

by Bob East

Fuse Camp 2018 Last week 51 Youth and Kids from years 4-12 of school went away with a number of our legendary leaders for our first ever ‘Fuse Camp’ – a new initiative of Gymea Anglican fusing our X’treme (kids) and Revive (youth) camps into one! How was it? Fantastic! Despite a number of setbacks […]

Synod meets October 15-17,22-23, The main issues at Synod, FUSE Camp

by Bob East

Synod meets October 15-17,22-23 Our Synod meets over 5 days and nights 3.30pm to 9.30pm.  This is the annual assembly (or parliament) of our diocese.  You are represented by me, and your elected reps Prof Alan Watson and Barbara Archer.  We are always very happy to hear your views or to discuss Synod business with our […]

News from Katoke, Change in our Mission Partners

by Bob East

News from Katoke Alan Watson tells the story of Silivia Geofrey,  Girl School Captain 2017/8, who has just completed her final year (Form 6).    An orphan – she never knew her father and lost her mother when she was in Year 4 of  primary school. An excellent student Silivia was sponsored at KLSS from Form 1 […]