Political will in our country to address the issues facing our First Nations people, and act for the benefit of all Australians; meaningful response to the outcry against racism in the US; protection of and provision for refugees around the world as many are exposed to second waves of COVID-19 infections; peaceful and just resolution of the political tensions in Hong Kong, and safety for protesters; the people of south Japan, recovering from floods and contending with landslides; political stability in South America, particularly in Brazil and Venezuela; wisdom for those responsible for determining our community's response to COVID-19, and provision of care and daily needs for those in the public housing towers under lockdown.
The Anglican Communion
Episcopal Church in the Philippines (Bp Joel Atiwag Pachao).
The Australian Anglican Church
Diocese of Bathurst (Bp Mark Calder, Clergy and People).
The Diocese of Melbourne
Angliss Health Services; Parish of Caroline Springs (Jonathan Smith); Parish of St Martin's, Belgrave Heights w. All Saints.
Those in Sickness or Need
Joan Woodhouse, Simon, Beryl Coombe, Robyn & David Forbes, Judy and Frank Clift, Andrew, Lucilia & Carlota Soares, Janet Marsden, Pam Sullivan, Patsy King, Christopher Ellis, Martin Devine, John, Mark Rostoks, Henri-Felix Vinson, Sum Vita, Maria Vonn, Brian, Rose, Kathleen & Samuel Hodgson, Nancy Paterson, Paul Jeya Sorga Kumar, David Ormerod, Helen, Graeme Giles, Eleanor Peeler, Murray Seiffert, Jennie Carolane-Balks.
Peter Barrett and Revd Evonne Paddison
19 Ada May Hall (Congregation, Benefactor) 1982
22 Thomas Russell Hope Clark (Canon) 1998
Olive May Blake (Congregation) 2017
24 Emma Rodgers Goe (Founder MU Aust) 1901
Ian Symons Heffernan (Congregation) 2013
25 William Edward Piercey Austin (Choir School Headmaster) 1930