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St John's Cathedral

Anglican Diocese of Brisbane

St John's Cathedral

Anglican Diocese of Brisbane

St John's Cathedral

Anglican Diocese of Brisbane

St John's Cathedral

Anglican Diocese of Brisbane

St John's Cathedral

Anglican Diocese of Brisbane

WELCOME TO ST JOHN’S ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, BRISBANE

St John’s Cathedral is home to a community which seeks to bring the best of Anglican tradition into dialogue with the issues and needs of our day.

We strive for open-minded conversation, seek to practice inclusion, and reflect on how we might see our beliefs put into action. We want this to be a place where people are encouraged to seek God and progress their own spiritual journeys.

The Cathedral itself, a renowned Brisbane landmark, serves as a magnet, where diverse people gather to worship, celebrate, seek solace, converse and learn.

Peace,
Peter Catt +
Dean of Brisbane

GENERAL NEWS

Welcome to St John’s Cathedral. The news items below highlight topics of general interest.
For details of special events and concerts at the Cathedral please see the WHAT’S ON page.
You may find information about our regular worship times on the SERVICES page.

SERVICE NOTES

Here you will find quick links to two weeks of Service Notes for each of our four Sunday services.

These will be updated each Thursday – “THIS WEEK” covers the coming Sunday; “LAST WEEK” the preceding Sunday.

Click the title bar or ‘+’ button to toggle open your chosen week and select the service time.

THIS WEEK'S SERVICE NOTES
LAST WEEK'S SERVICE NOTES

WEDDINGS @ ST JOHN’S
(click the leaflet cover below!)

OUTREACH – SUMMER/JANUARY 2019
ACT FOR PEACE
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM

When disaster strikes, or an emergency occurs, ACT FOR PEACE responds quickly to give people what they need most to survive – food, shelter, and medical care.

In countries prone to natural disasters like cyclones, floods and droughts, ACT FOR PEACE works with local partners to build skills among local communities to help them manage the disasters themselves.

Founded on the understanding that when people all over the world work together, big changes really are possible,
ACT FOR PEACE believes local people are the ones best-placed to identify the problems confronting their communities, and to find solutions that will work.

Among the greatest of current disasters is one which is not ‘natural’, but man-made. Currently, there are more refugees, asylum-seekers and displaced people worldwide than at any time since World War II — more than 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes to escape conflict and disaster.

It’s a terrible injustice, and one that might be overcome. It takes only a little over $200 to provide temporary shelter to a family, and a little over $100 to provide water and hygiene kits to prevent the spread of disease.

Can we give at least $1,000 to help the ACT FOR PEACE Emergency Response Program bring the immediate needs of food, medical care and shelter to those devastated by natural disaster; to teach people how to prepare for such events, and to advocate for justice and dignity among the displaced and needy peoples of the world?

More info:  see centrespread pages 16-17
in the Summer/January 2019 CCNews

and also the ACT FOR PEACE website

“ST JOHN’S CATHEDRAL
AND THE ANZAC LEGEND”
by Denzil Scrivens

Thanks to the support of the Queensland Government, together with the resources of the State Library of Queensland and the Australian War Memorial in Canberra,
this insightful, evocative, emotionally-powerful and moving book was officially launched – in both print and digital formats – by the Governor of Queensland, His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, on Wednesday 19th December 2018.

The print edition is complemented by an interactive, multimedia, resource-rich online FlippingBook edition and the book is also available for download as a range of PDFs.

Visit our ANZAC LEGEND page to discover more!

ARRCC – FAITHFULLY LIVING THE CHANGE

ARRCC is a multi-faith, member-based organisation of people from around Australia who are committed to taking action on climate change. ARRCC acknowledges the special place that Aboriginal culture and spirituality have in upholding care for the Earth. We have much to learn from the intimate connection our Aboriginal brothers and sisters have to country.

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