The Anglican Church Southern Queensland (ACSQ) covers an area of more than a half a million square kilometres, from Bundaberg in north central Queensland to Coolangatta on the New South Wales border and west to the borders of South Australia and the Northern Territory.
About four million people live within the Diocesan area, including more than 500,000 Anglicans. In the ACSQ, there are more than 500 clergy in more than 130 parishes. Clergy and lay people form an integral part of the faith community. Through their commitment, love and service, they provide both practical care and spiritual support to a diverse community.
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Reconciliation is an essential part of being a Christian. Our vision for reconciliation is a future of openness where the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of this country will be restored to a place of equity, dignity and respect. We are committed to assisting, encouraging and resourcing ministry to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We pledge to consult and work with each other as equal partners in the development of our Church and land, in our communities, parishes and diocese.
We invite all who call Australia their home to join us and as we continue the process of healing our peoples and this land and seas.
The Anglican Church works with a wide variety of partners to deliver a message of love and support across a range of community sectors. Committed workers and volunteers assist the Church to provide ministry, outreach and care to Anglicans and the wider community. From parishes and schools to residential care facilities, community care and social service programs, to theological education and financial services, each commission undertakes a significant part of the Church’s work.