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Richard Johnson College

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  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1993-2012

Richard Johnson College was an Anglican residential college within the University of Wollongong. It was opened on March 11th, 1993.

Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans

  • 235
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 2008-

The Global Anglican Future Conference is a global network of evangelical Anglicans. Their stated aim is to "guard and proclaim the unchanging, transforming Gospel through biblically faithful preaching and teaching which frees our churches to make disciples by clear and certain witness to Jesus Christ in all the world." They have held three conferences: Jerusalem 2008, when the seminal Jerusalem Statement was formulated, Nairobi 2013 and Jerusalem 2018. It is led by a Council of Primates, GAFCON Guarantors who oversee vision, strategy and resources, and GAFCON Trustees who ensure legal compliance. Bishop Peter Jensen was the first General Secretary. The Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans is a company set up at the request of the Primates' Council under English charitable law.
Reference: https://www.gafcon.org/about/
National branches of GAFCON are registered under the name 'Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans'.

Palmer, R.

  • 253
  • Persona
  • active 1970s

Rev R. Palmer was the Hon. Clerical Organising Secretary at Moore College. He organised the production of printed materials for fundraising appeals.

Marella Mission Farm

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  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1949-1986

Marella Mission originated with Gwen and Keith Langford-Smith accommodating Aboriginal foster children on their farm property at Kellyville. Marella was conducted as part of The Sky Pilot Fellowship, which formally commenced on May 23rd, 1949 with Keith Langford-Smith as permanent Director and member of Council. The main activity of The Sky Pilot Fellowship was initially evangelical radio broadcasts. Marella was maintained by fund raising activities and donations received through The Sky Pilot Fellowship. Marella's general administration from 1950-1986 was assumed by its Secretary-Treasurer, Norma Warwick. On October 7th, 1954, The Sky Pilot Fellowship, Ltd., was formed, commencing operation as a non-profit making company on April l st 1955. Since this Company was not exempt from Land Tax, on April 19th, 1978, Marella Mission Farm Ltd. took over the assets and liabilities of The Sky Pilot Fellowship Ltd., so that the land at Kellyville could be donated. At this time, the farm at Kellyville ceased operating as a foster home, with the children being places in Church of England group homes nearer the city. Marella continued to function as a sponsoring organisation to the Church of England Homes "Marella Project" with a seat on the Marella Management Committee.
In 1978 the site was taken over by Parramatta Regional Mission, run by the Uniting Church of Australia, who renamed it Koompartoo Mission Farm. The mission cared for homeless teenage boys, and operated there until 1986. Marella Mission Farm was later subdivided. It is bounded by present day York Road, Presidents Avenue, Green Road and Marella Avenue. It contains the Bernie Mullane Sporting Complex and YMCA, Kellyville High School and housing.
Further information is available on Find and Connect http://www.findandconnect.gov.au/guide/nsw/NE01291

The mission was named 'Marella' after a ship - the SS Marella, which was owned by Burns Philip & Co. and sailed between Sydney and Singapore via Darwin. Many missionaries used it to travel to the mission at Roper River. The ship had originally belonged to the German Kaiser and was captured by the Australian navy during World War 1. (Sky Pilot News, June 1970)

Davies, David John

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  • Persona
  • 1879-1935

David John Davies was born in Oswestry, Wales and studied at Trinity College Cambridge, graduating in 1908 with an MA degree. He was ordained in 1906 and served as curate at Holy Trinity Cambridge. In 1911 he was appointed Principal of Moore College and held this position until his death in 1935. From 1931-1935 he was President of the NSW Council of Churches. http://webjournals.ac.edu.au/ojs/index.php/ADEB/article/view/1249/1246

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