New easy-to-read digital Crosslight

During this time of enforced separation and, in some cases, isolation, it is imperative we stay connected to our families, friends and church community every way we can (whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines).

We here at Crosslight remain committed to bringing you stories of faith in action, or challenged, and share inspiring perspectives on Christian life, the Church and wider society.

We invite you to regularly check our website for new stories that will inform and nourish you through this challenging time.

The latest hard copy version of our magazine has been printed and will be distributed in the coming week to its regular destinations across the Synod. If your copy is usually delivered to your church and it cannot be distributed from there, we have developed an easy-to-read digital version, which you will find on the right hand side of our website.

In this special Easter edition, we feature an engrossing first-hand account of summer’s devastating bushfires and their aftermath, written by Gippsland Presbytery minister Rev Jennie Gordon. Jennie was enlisted to be a volunteer chaplain and shares raw stories of loss, resilience, generosity and hope.

We encourage you to keep sharing your stories with us, so we can spread the good word among our many congregations. Please email your story ideas and tips to

Stay safe and happy reading.

Stephen Acott

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One Response to “New easy-to-read digital Crosslight”

  1. Nicole

    I’m not sure you should encourage people to go to their church to pick up copies of the Crosslight. Stay home. I don’t want my congregation coming to church to collect it. Too risky.