Messenger September 2021
The September Messenger. This month’s Messenger is filled with articles to sustain body, mind and soul.
Anglican Messenger September 2021 Edition
Welcome to September . . . season of Creation.
As September dawns and we welcome Spring, we recognise in the Noongar calendar the Djilba season – growing season; a time to look out for the cream
and yellow flowers like acacias, and signs of new life all around.
This month’s Messenger is filled with articles to sustain body, mind and soul.
Some will provoke new ideas about how readers can contribute to the care of God’s creation. Others tell good news of new ministries and welcoming new
people to Perth.
Readers will be interested in the Amana Living ministry initiative ‘No-one dies alone’, and in the news of St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School celebrating its centenary.
There is a photographic report on the commissioning of The Revd Caro Hemmings as Chaplain to Swan Valley Anglican Community as well as ministry updates
from Bunbury and North West Australia.
We thank you, God of all loveliness,
for the beauty of earth and sky and sea;
for the richness of mountains, deserts and rivers;
for the songs of birds and the beauty of flowers.
We praise you for these good gifts,
and pray that we may guard our heritage,
to the honour and glory of your name. Amen.
A Prayer Book for Australia, p220
The Editorial Team