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Life with Jesus: Easter 2022

War, floods, pandemic, climate change, institutional distrust. Our world is in chaos and seems to lurch from crisis to crisis. What might the Easter story have to say about our times? Quite a lot, in fact. Jesus’ journey was full of violence and weakness, which appeared chaotic and hopeless. And yet, amidst the darkness, God…

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Talking with kids about the war in Ukraine

The announcement came from my daughter in the car at school pick-up: “Russia’s invaded Ukraine.” I could tell from her tone that this was like telling us who had a new haircut or who got the most goals in soccer at lunchtime: big news that yearned for expression, but without much sense of what next.…

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Pray for Ukraine: Nightly from 7:30pm

God is our refuge and strength, a Helper always found in times of trouble. Those words from Psalm 46 were written in the context of strife, perhaps war. The famous phrase, “Be still and know that I am God”, can also be translated thus as God’s rebuke to the nations: “Stop fighting, and know that I am…

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Emergency Food Relief: Cambodia

Over the past couple of weeks Abraham and his teams have been delivering emergency food aid to remote families in northern Cambodia. Thanks to the generous support received from Aussie families the program has been extended both in quantity and distribution after there were reports of desperate situations in some of the outlying areas of…

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Wednesdays at Wellspring

Are you looking at extending your Wellspring fellowship into the week?  Are you looking for a chance to reconnect with Christian Community: to gather, encourage and share? Are you looking for an opportunity to meet up with friends during the week?  Are you looking to meet up with friends from other congregations or other places?…

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Cambodia Update

Pictured here is Ponlue. A student in Cambodia who attracted national attention in 2019 when he graduated from high school with the highest score in the country and earned a personal invitation to meet the prime minister. He is now studying Mechanical Engineering and teaching and mentoring in the newly built Andong Primary School in his…

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Hope at Christmas 2020

Join us to celebrate Christmas, and see how Jesus is the hope for the world, in what has been a tumultuous year! We have our four usual services on Sundays 6th, 13th and 20th December, 7:30pm on Christmas Eve, and we celebrate on Christmas Day at 8am, 10am and 2pm. We will also be on…

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Cambodian School nears completion

We are excited to report that the $500,000 school building project in Andong is nearing completion. This brand new primary school has been built for the families in Andong slum village on the outskirts of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. It is the realisation of a 14 year dream for Pastor Abraham Hang. You may recall…

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Redress Pastoral Letter from The Bishop of Tasmania

Pastoral Letter from the Bishop of Tasmania 9 November 2020 Dear Brothers and Sisters, As you know, the Diocese of Tasmania is committed to providing Redress for survivors of historic sexual abuse that was perpetrated by leaders and officers in the Anglican Church. This has left deep scars on our history as a church, of…

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Introducing St Luke’s Taroona

Isn’t it great that we do life with Jesus together? See below for a letter from Ruth Hanlon, Senior Minister of Sandy Bay/Taroona Parish, with a message of how you may be able to partner with them in sharing Jesus’ good news. St Luke’s sits in the heart of Taroona, set back off the main…

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