Messenger March 2021

Holy Week edition

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Anglican Messenger March 2021 Edition

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Dear Readers

In this special Lent Holy Week edition of the Messenger, Dr Rachelle Gilmour from Trinity College Theological School will unpack Christ’s lament on the cross ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?’ and how it can be our own prayer of hope in light of Easter.

Archdeacon Angela Webb’s feature on International Woman’s Day 2021 shines the spotlight on Edith Cowan (a West Australian who became the first woman to be elected to a parliament in Australia) and The Revd Dr Canon Emily Onyango (who will be the first woman consecrated a bishop in the Anglican Church of Kenya).

Anglicare WA’s CEO, Mark Glasson, explains the lifesaving work of Cypress (Children and Young People Responsive Suicide Support) through the eyes and stories of two young people who have accessed their counselling services.

While St George’s Cathedral highlights the upcoming co-production of its Consort and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO) in the first performance of Bach’s Easter Oratorio and Duruflé’s Requiem in Perth.

We wish you a holy and meaningful Lenten journey to the cross of Good Friday and the Resurrection promise of Easter Sunday.

The Messenger Team

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