Welcome to the Diocese of the Northern Territory!

Bishop Greg Anderson

Bishop Greg Anderson

Recent News

Open Position: Diocesan Safe Ministry Officer

We are seeking a part-time Diocesan Safe Ministry Officer, based in our Darwin Office. Please refer to our advertisement. Applications close 15th January 2022.

Synod 2021

Please enjoy reading the Presidential Charge from the Thirty-Seventh Synod of the Diocese of the Northern Territory at 2021 Synod

Top Centre Newsletter

Please enjoy reading our latest newsletter on the ministries of our Diocese in Top Centre Magazine Issue 21.2

Prayer Cycle

Please pray for the work of the Gospel in our Diocese with the new Prayer Cycle 2021

About the Diocese

The Diocese of the Northern Territory is the youngest of the 23 dioceses (regions) of the Anglican Church of Australia. The Diocese is responsible for the ministry of the Anglican Church across the whole of the Northern Territory. It comprises almost one fifth of the Australian landmass, over six times the size of Great Britain. The total population of the Northern Territory is only about 230,000 people, 30% of whom are indigenous Australians.

Our vision for the Anglican Diocese of the Northern Territory is to be:

growing churches that celebrate, talk about and demonstrate the saving work of Jesus Christ in the communities around us.

From fifteen parish & ministry unit locations and through our community service and educational ministries, we seek to live, share and engage our wider community with our Christian faith. Under God, and acknowledging the original custodians of this ancient land, we serve Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in remote, rural and urban communities across the vast area that is the Northern Territory.

You will always find a warm welcome in a Northern Territory Anglican Church.