2021 Conference Program

Proclaiming Christ Faithfully

In his keynote addresses, Ashley Null is to speak on the themes Unity, Diversity and Charity.

Bible talks on Philippians are to be given by Jay Behan, Kanishka Raffel, Michael Raiter and Peter Jensen.  

Seminars are planned on a range of subjects and will include:


  • God’s Word Written – Mark Thompson

  • Preaching about sexuality in a way that is faithful, pastoral and courageous – Jay Behan

  • Judgement and Hell – Ed Loane

  • The Local Church and World Mission – John Forsyth and Wei—Han Kuan

  • Gafcon History – Glenn Davies

  • Anglicanism and the Myth of the Via Media – Mark Earngey

  • How Anglican Liturgy can help Intergenerational Ministry – Jodie McNeill and Kate Haggar

  • Families Ministry – Laura Graham and Philip van’t Spyker

  • The 39 Articles – Graham Stanton and Richard Trist

  • Identity Angst: Where to Look to Find Yourself – Brian Rosner

  • Why Anglicans should love the Lord’s Supper – Peter Adam

  • Responding to the Appellate Tribunal’s November 2020 Opinions – Alex Milner, Claire Smith et al

  • Challenges of Indigenous Ministry – Greg Anderson et al

  • Youth Ministry – Ruth Lukabyo and Mike Dicker.

Plenary sessions will focus on the challenges facing the Anglican Communion both in Australasia and elsewhere in the world.


Those who attend the conference must be able to give assent to the Jerusalem Declaration.

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