The foundational influence for a Christian culture, for an Anglican culture, is the Bible. The word of God is to be the forming and reforming influence on the life of the church. Scripture is to guide the rules and assumptions we make, thereby defining our culture as disciples of Christ.Read more – Bishop David Robinson's Synod Presidential Address 2016
St Francis of Moranbah held a scavenger treasure hunt for the little pirates and fairies
A great day had by all, this family event provided a great opportunity to invite friends and families
Discover Faith and Pastoral Practice through Liturgy
Helping families understand the work of God bringing salvation to his people
Faith Expressed in Relationship with GOD and Each Other
Intelligent, Biblical and Historically based Faith
The Church is the fellowship that nurtures and sustains Christians as they seek to follow Christ faithfully and participate in God’s mission
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Anglican Church Central Queensland
The Rockhampton Diocese is included in the Province of Queensland and is one of the 23 dioceses making up the Anglican Church of Australia. The diocese covers an area of approx 57million hectares, more than twice the size of New Zealand, and contains nearly the whole central division of Queensland. The population of the Diocese is 216,000 of whom approximately 48,000 indicate that they are Anglicans.
The Right Reverend David Robinson – 12th Bishop
This Diocese has adopted "Faithfulness in Service"
Our Diocese is committed to our pastoral, insurance, legal and duty of care, obligations with the goal that all ministries are spiritually, emotionally and physically safe; based on the premise that Diocesan parishes, ministries and entities should be abuse-free and harm-free, person valuing and respectful spaces for ministry to God's glory.Read more
Basic Principles of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Rockhampton
- An intelligent, biblical and historically based faith
- An incarnational faith that cares for humanity and creation
- A faith expressed in relationship with God and each other
- Faith and pastoral practice expressed through liturgy
The Church is the fellowship that nurtures and sustains Christians as they seek to follow Christ faithfully and participate in God’s mission. Its leaders especially are to be examples of Christian faith and obedience as they exercise their vocation, in dependence on the Holy Spirit.
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The Church of Central Queensland
As we have travelled around the Diocese, each Parish has had its own story to tell. Stories of drought, changes in the mining industry and of the struggle to keep going.
Wherever the church is, remember God is at work in his world, let us not give up praying for and encouraging one another. It is faith that enables us to continue in difficult times and encourages us to try new things and love others into the kingdom