Fruitful Godly Leaders

Saturday 19 September 2020, 10am-1pm

"You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit – fruit that will last."

John 15:16

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We are excited that the 2020 Bishop’s Training Event is moving online!

This means that Tasmanian Anglicans from anywhere in Tasmania can join the event – from your loungeroom, or sitting on your deck, or in a church hall, it’s up to you!

You can do it by yourself or gather with some friends (COVID-safely).



The Bishop’s Training Event is designed to inspire and equip members of Anglican churches in Tasmania to grow as disciples of Jesus and to learn useful skills for making other disciples.

This year our theme is fruitful godly leaders. It will be especially helpful for the hundreds of lay leaders and clergy in our church and it’s very suitable for anyone who wants to live out a fruitful life and faith. There will also be a workshop for Grades 7-12 students.


We are creating an engaging interactive online event for you to participate in.

It will run for 3 hours, with short breaks. There will be stimulating talks, videos, interviews, and opportunity to participate with chat, questions, and more.

The main session will be in a webinar format. There will also be one session of workshops where you can interact more, if you choose to, with a fantastic range of presenters from around Australia to select from.


You need to register to attend this event, by clicking on the Registration button. Some workshops may have limited numbers so register soon!

About a week before the event, everyone registered will receive login details for a webpage which will have all the livestream information in one place.

If you are attending with a group, please register each member of the group through the Group Registration.

To cancel or change your registration please email

Main Speakers

Richard Condie

Bishop of Tasmania

Richard Condie has been Bishop of Tasmania since 2016. He has taught in a theological college  and has been a Rector of a large inner city parish. He is passionate about the bible and helping people grow as disciples of Jesus and find their leadership potential. He is married to Helen and they have two adult children.

Sandy Galea

Kidswise Training

Sandy is the Kids Ministry Director at MBM (Multicultural Bible Ministry) in Western Sydney.  Sandy’s passion is to train children’s ministry leaders - to equip and encourage them to speak God’s truth into the lives of children everywhere. She partners with churches by making the resources and programs, developed for her own church, available on her web site Kidswise. Sandy is a wife, mother and grandmother (what a great privilege!)

Workshop Presenters

Greg Harris

Greg Harris is the National Director of The Bush Church Aid Society Australia (BCA), based in Sydney. He is married to Karen and they have two adult sons who are married and living in Victoria. After finishing school, Greg moved to Armidale NSW for further study and discovered his passion and love of regional and rural Australia. (Fun fact – Bishop Richard was an assistant chaplain when Greg was studying). Moving to north-western NSW, Greg served as a youth minister and also worked on cotton properties. Greg studied for his BTh at Moore College, later completing a Masters at Ridley. He has served as a vicar and rector for over 23 years in 3 small to large rural and regional parishes; Collarenebri, Guyra (NSW) and South East Bendigo (VIC)

Natasha Moore

Natasha Moore is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity in Sydney. She is the author of For the Love of God: How the church is better and worse than you ever imagined and The Pleasures of Pessimism. She has worked for CPX since 2014 and written for the media on topics that include books, food, domestic violence, Scripture in schools, war, Thanksgiving, free speech, death, and taxes.

This workshop is sponsored by Anglicare Tasmania

Léni-Jo McMillan

Léni has worked for City Bible Forum for over ten years and now leads the team in Perth.  She has previously served in evangelism and ministry development roles in churches in Sydney and Perth. Léni is keen to help Christians grow wherever God puts them, connecting their faith and work.

She enjoys meeting with workers to excite them about reading the Bible with others and reaching their coworkers.

Léni worked as an engineer in Perth and Sydney and has a Bachelor of Theology from Trinity Theological College in Perth.

City Bible Forum is an evangelistic ministry to city workers with the vision to reach the world through the workplace with the good news about Jesus Christ.

Wayne Chan

Hailing from the tiny metropolis of Singapore, Wayne is a digital creative expert who’s had a vast experience in the creative industry especially in the fields of animation and video production.

Graduating from the Queensland College of Arts with a Bachelors degree in animation, Wayne has worked on projects with National Geographic and Happy Feet 2. For the last 7 years Wayne has worked at Ridley College in Melbourne as a digital content producer, his responsibility involves creating online lecture videos for Ridley’s online programme, and also helping the College transform digitally as it prepares to train Christians for a complex and changing world.

Wayne also serves as a music coordinator in his local church in Melbourne, is married to his best friend Enqi Weng, is a fan of Stevie Ray Vaughan, and has 2 cats named Pablo and Pancho.

Brooke Prentis

Brooke Prentis is an Aboriginal Christian Leader from the Wakka Wakka peoples. Brooke is the CEO of Common Grace Australia and is the Coordinator of the Grasstree Gathering. Brooke is a pastor, accountant and was the previous Aboriginal spokesperson for Common Grace. Brooke has been advising us on the process of building real relationships with local aboriginal people across Tasmania along with input from local aboriginal leaders.

Rodney Dillon

Rodney Dillon is a Palawa Elder from Tasmania, the Indigenous Rights Advisor for Amnesty International Australia, member of the Stolen Generations Alliance: Australians for Truth, Justice and Healing, and a former Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commissioner (ATSIC) for Tasmania.

Ken Morgan

Since 1998 Ken Morgan has worked as a consultant, trainer and coach to church planters, church ministers and denominational leaders in a wide variety of traditions across Australia and beyond.

He’s currently the Head of Parish Mission Resourcing for the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne.

Ken is the author of Pathways.

Daniel Sih

Daniel Sih is the founder of the Together Network, an ecumenical network seeking to equip everyday Christians to share the gospel during the COVID-19 pandemic. With co-worker Will Longbottom, he is seeking to train 500 people to launch 100 Hope Groups globally by the end of 2020 -

Daniel is the senior pastor of Together Church, a church plant affiliated with Churches of Christ Vic Tas. He is passionate about training disciples, equipping leaders, and launching missional communities across the suburbs of Hobart -

Daniel is also a founding director of Spacemakers, a strategic consulting company for busy leaders. His bi-vocational role involves developing strategic plans, equipping leaders and coaching people in their strengths - and

Daniel is married to Kylie, has three children, and compassionately keeps 10 noisy chickens who rarely lay eggs

Ruth Hanlon

Ruth Hanlon is passionate about Jesus and seeing lives transformed by his grace. She knows God’s grace in her own life and longs for herself and others to walk closer in step with Jesus and the Holy Spirit, reflecting his amazing love and grace to others. She enjoys being a mentor and coach.

Ruth loves the colour red, also loves a good walk, a coffee, and a good book – especially a missionary biography. Ruth is married to Michael and has 4 children (3 young adults living in Melbourne, one at home in year 11). She is Priest in Charge at St Luke’s, the Parish of Sandy Bay/Taroona and is the Diocesan Ministry Development Officer for Women.

Lee Weissel

Lee Weissel is Chaplain at The Hutchins School for boys in Hobart.

Luke Campton

Luke Campton is the Executive Officer for Anglican Health and Welfare and Chaplaincy Coordinator for the Prison Service.

Margaret Savage

Margaret Savage is the Parish Development Officer for Anglicare Tasmania.

Kate Boughton

Kate Boughton is Chaplain at St Michael’s Collegiate School for girls in Hobart.

Kristina Kettleton

Kristina is the Youth Ministry Development Officer for the Diocese and the Youth Minister at Sorell Youth. She is passionate to help young people grow in their faith and loves to have fun while doing it!