There is always more to learn about the faith and its expression in our lives and relationships. Faith Education is about giving us some tools for the journey.

Study Groups

Living The Questions (St Anne’s Chapel) Wednesday 11am & 7pm
Except 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Meets most weeks for studies, book discussions, and open minded conversations of faith, spirituality and justice.
Contact: Rev’d Deb | More info

Way of Love (St Anne’s Chapel) Thursday 10:15am
Most weeks September - November
For confirmation candidates and anyone interested in Anglican faith and practice. Commencing September 12. $20 pp.
Contact: Rev’ Deb

Themes and Variations (Home group) Thursday 7:30pm fortnightly
Explores the bible and topics that apply to everyday living, meeting on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays every month at 7.30pm.
Contact Daryl Myatt | More info

Article 6 (Home group) Tuesday pm twice a month
A group devoted to deeper studies of the Bible and Christian living in the comfort of a family home, finishing with supper.
Contact: Reid Mortensen | More info


The Sunday Readings

Sunday Devotions: A short weekly reflection on the lectionary readings.

Sermons from St John’s Cathedral

Formed Faith: Some recommended resources for reading the Bible well.


Short Courses

Free, short online courses from St Francis College:

What Matters About Jesus

Being Anglican

Courses offered locally:

Fr Matthew Weatherley teaches classes in Ancient Belief through U3A.


Digging Deeper

On The Way: A series of recorded conversations that speaks to the issues and Gospel in this time.

SFC YouTube Channel
Talks and lectures from biblical scholars and theologians.

St Francis College (a campus of Charles Sturt University) is the primary provider of formal theological education in our diocese, with many subjects available online and/or for audit.