The date for the Consecration of Reverend Doctor Greg Anderson, the 6th Bishop of the Diocese of the Northern Territory, has now been finalized. The Service and Installation will take place on Saturday 29th November 2014 at 9 am in Christ Church Cathedral in Darwin. A Morning Tea will follow in the grounds of the Cathedral.
For those wishing to attend, you will need to arrive into Darwin by Friday 28th November.
Formal invitations will be forwarded during the month of October. Reduced accommodation rates for those attending the consecration have been negotiated, please contact Jan Hemphill, our Diocesan Secretary, for further details on firstname.lastname@example.org or 08 8941 7440.
"Welcome to the Diocese of the Northern Territory!"
The Diocese of the Northern Territory is the youngest of the 23 dioceses (regions) of the Anglican Church of Australia.
The Diocese is responsible for the ministry of the Anglican Church across the whole of the Northern Territory. It comprises almost one fifth of the Australian landmass, over six times the size of Great Britain. The total population of the Northern Territory is only about 230,000 people, 30% of which are indigenous Australians.
From fifteen parish & ministry unit locations and through our community service and educational ministries we seek to live, share and engage our wider community with our Christian faith.
Under God and acknowledging the original custodians of this ancient land, we serve Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in remote, rural and urban communities across the vast area that is the Northern Territory.
You will always find a warm welcome in a
Northern Territory Anglican Church.