We are grateful for God’s provision of a new Chancellor. Mr Andrew Rankin accepted an invitation from The Rt Revd Peter Grice to become his legal advisor, and was duly licensed on 20 September 2021.
Andrew is an experienced corporate and commercial lawyer with more than 25 years’ experience. He regularly works with domestic and international clients, both private companies and publicly listed companies, on mergers & acquisitions, capital raisings, private equity and competition law matters. He has particularly strong experience in acting for those in the financial services, healthcare, aged care and agribusiness sectors, as well as significant experience advising charitable and not-for-profit entities on their establishment, structuring, obtaining tax concessions and duties of their officeholders.
Andrew and his family are active members in their church in Southern Queensland Diocese.
We now formally welcome Andrew to our Diocesan Family, a worthy successor to the redoubtable Margo Purcell who stepped down after synod last year.
(Archdeacon John Barnes and Rev’d Jennifer Hercott, Registrar joined with Bishop Peter in Rockhampton to present Andrew with his licence.)
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Welcome to 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.
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
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
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