We are a Diocesan Family
Growing into the likeness of Jesus
All owning the ministry of Christ
Diocesan Dates to Remember
Ordination Service St Boniface Cathedral Bunbury 16 Feb
Chrism Mass St Mary’s Church Kojonup
Clergy Conference Rockingham 17-21 Jun
Synod - Venue to be advised 4-6 Oct
Clergy Conference Rockingham 4-6 Nov
Ordination Service 23 Nov
Training and Workshop Dates
Bunbury 2 Feb 10.30am to 1pm.
Coffee and Tea provided. Please bring your own lunch.
Kojonup 11 Feb 10.30am to 1pm.
NOW RSL Hall - Corner of Albany Highway and Spencer Street Kojonup
Coffee and Tea provided. Please bring your own lunch. This has a limit of 30 people.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Governance and Safe Church Training
Kojonup 23 May
Busselton 25 May
Bunbury 6 Jul
Kojonup 13 Jul
Pre Synod Training
Mandurah 3 Aug
Albany 10 Aug
Carey Park 17 Aug
Kojonup 24 Aug
The Diocesan Office is closed on Fridays. If the matter is urgent please call the office on (08) 9721 2100 and leave a message or send an email to email@example.com.
Our office hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm on all other days.
Feedback and complaints please contact: Rev’d Dr Lucy Morris Diocesan Secretary Tel: (08) 9721 2100
The Diocese of Bunbury is committed to ensuring that the church is a safe place for young and old.
If you have a complaint or concern about child sexual abuse or sexual misconduct please contact:
Director of Professional Standards
Tel (08) 9425 7203 (direct) 0419 935 889 firstname.lastname@example.org
Header Photo: Arrival of the Diocesan Party in Kapsabet, Rev’d Wayne Warfield and wife Robyn, Rev’d Cathie Broome and Rev’d Cn Geoff Chadwick together with Bishop Paul Korir and his wife Selina and other delegates from the Diocese of Kapsabet.
Diocesan Eucharist 10.30am followed by BYO lunch then the Ultreya commencing at 1pm
Mothers Union Lady Day and Eucharist - 26 Mar
Mothers Union Country Rally and AGM Albany - 22 Oct
Boniface Care’s Mission is Anglicans lovingly serving the people of the South West and Great Southern WA using restorative justice principles. Boniface Care uses grants and donations to supplement and strengthen ministries provided by the parishes and other ministries of the Diocese; and breaks down unjust structures and systems, restoring justice to those who live in society’s shadows. This is currently done in a number of ways:
• Providing administration, oversight and distribution of Emergency Relief Funds
• Providing grants for ministry initiatives in individual parishes and through partnerships
• Enabling and supporting partnership activities with Anglicare WA
• Provide for the education and support of those providing welfare services
December 2018 Appeal
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