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Bishop Ross Nicholson
Ross is an assistant bishop in Tasmania and Rector of St John's Launceston. He has ministered in both the Diocese of Sydney and Tasmania. He is also a member of General Synod Standing Committee, is a director of Launceston City Mission and plays bass guitar in the St John's music team. He has degrees in marketing and theology.
Dane is the Rector of Holy Trinity Launceston and Archdeacon for the Northern Ministry District in the Diocese of Tasmania. A member of the General Synod Liturgy Commission, he also serves on the Council of an Anglican school and has previously served on two others, including as founding chair of a school council in Sydney's north-west. Dane's interest in liturgy has developed through his membership of the Commission and his involvement in some international gatherings, including the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation
Michael is Bishop of South Sydney. He is a member of the General Synod Standing Committee and has been the Secretary of the General Synod Doctrine Commission for the past decade. He also lectures part-time in Old Testament at Moore Theological College. Michael holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of New South Wales, is an honours graduate of Moore College with a Bachelor of Divinity and a Diploma of Ministry, and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy by the University of Gloucestershire in 2007.
Daniel Harris is the Manager of Ministry & Parish Support and Deputy Registrar in the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide. In strategic management roles in BaptistCare SA, Bible College SA, and now in Diocesan Office, he has worked to grow and nurturing effective and healthy Christian organisations through technology and culture. With an MBA from the University of Adelaide, Daniel’s current interest is advocating for the complex nature of the Anglican Church as a strength, and an expression of a resiliant ecclesiology – and thus encouraging and supporting the churches of the Diocese of Adelaide. Daniel worships with his wife Philippa and their three children at the St Francis Congregation, part of Trinity Anglican College in Gawler, South Australia.