Anglican Diocese of Armidale

The Anglican Diocese of Armidale exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus and helping them home to heaven.

The Anglican Diocese of Armidale is a partnership of churches and associated agencies and schools found in the northern inland region of New South Wales, Australia. It includes the major centres of Armidale, Glen Innes, Gunnedah, Inverell, Moree, Narrabri and Tamworth and surrounding towns and villages.

News

Christmas Services in Armidale Diocese

Armidale 11 December 2016 6.00pm St Peter’s Cathedral – Family Carols .. Read more »

Standing Above the Pack

As I opened my computer this morning this article was on the work list for completion. Writing .. Read more »

The Uglier Side of Humanity

Tolerance and acceptance is important for a nation’s well-being but tolerance and acceptan.. Read more »

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Events

CMS Summer School 2017

6 - 11 January 2017, CMS Summer School, North Tamborine Queensland

Equipped - Training the Next Generation

23 - 27 January 2017, Equipped – Training the Next Generation, North Tamborine Queensland

Ordination Service 2017

18 February 2017, 10.30am, Ordination Service, St Peter’s Cathedral Armidale

Men@Glen 2017

10 – 11 March 2017, Men@Glen, Glen Innes Showgrounds, Speaker John Woodhouse

CMS Autumn Encounter 2017

7 – 8 April 2017, CMS Autumn Encounter, Calrossy Anglican School Tamworth, Speaker Michael Raiter

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In Focus

Synod 2016 - President’s Address

Bishop Rick Lewers’ address to Synod can be downloaded in full. An extract follows: I begin with a quote that I hope will give us individually reason to pause and reflect on the nature of our personal walk with Christ, our parish ministries, how much we might have imbibed the age and how desperate we remain for the things of God. The quote comes from John Piper, “This world is far too dense with man and distant from the sweet sovereignty of God.” Read More »

Synod 2015 - President’s Address

Bishop Rick Lewers’ address to Synod can be downloaded in full. An extract follows: Two Australian Anglican church leaders, greatly respected, spoke at a conference I attended in July. One declared that from the long dusk of Christianity in Australia, the sun has finally set and we have now entered into an age of darkness. Read More »

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