Ms Jane Tooher
Jane is Director of The Priscilla and Aquila Centre, a centre for the encouragement of the ministries of women in partnership with men.
Archbishop’s Ministry Chaplain, 2003-2005
Chair, Women’s Advisory Panel, The Gospel Coalition Australia (TGCA) 2016 – current
Continuing Education for Ministers Council, December 2009-2012
Director, Two Ways Ministries 2016 – current
Diocesan Women’s Ministry Team, 2002-2004
Member, General Synod, 2004-2005, 2012-current
Member, General Synod Mission & Ministry Committee, 2009-2017
Member, Standing Committee, 2012-2014
Member, Synod, 2012-current
Articles & Essays
‘Good Works. Pages 86–91 in Foundations of Faith: Reflections on the Thirty-Nine Articles. Edited by Lee Gatiss. London: Church Society/Lost Coin Books, 2018.
‘A Friendship Revealed. The Marsden & Stokes Family Correspondence’. In Freedom to Libel? Samuel Marsden V Philo Free: Australia’s First Libel Case. Edited by Peter G. Bolt & Martin Falloon. Bolt Publishing Services Pty. Ltd, Carlingford NSW, 2017.
‘Katherine Zell: the varied ministries of one Reformation woman’. Pages 161–179 in Celebrating the Reformation: its Legacy and Continuing Relevance. Edited by Mark D. Thompson, Colin Bale and Edward Loane. London: Apollos, 2017.
‘Overflowing with ministry opportunities!’ Chapter 5 in Positively Anglican. Edited by Lee Gatiss. Lost Coin Books: London, 2016.
‘Hearing the OT Women in Matthew’s genealogy: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth and the wife of Uriah the Hittite’. Chapter 8 in Listen to Him. Reading & Preaching Emmanuel in Matthew. Edited by Peter G. Bolt. London: Latimer House, 2015.
‘8 Ways That Humility Can Become Out Greatest Friend’. Chapter 1 in Let the Word do the Work: Essays in Honour of Philip D. Jensen. Edited by Peter G. Bolt. Camperdown: Australian Church Record, 2015.
‘Introductory notes to 2 & 3 John’. In The NIV Proclamation Bible. Edited by Lee Gatiss. Hodder & Stoughton: London, 2013.
‘A response to Matt Brain’s paper’, St Mark’s Review 217 (2011).
‘Bishop Robinson’s, “Questions about Marriage in 1 Cor 7″. An appreciation’ in Donald Robinson Selected Works. Vol. 3 Appreciation. Edited by Peter G. Bolt & Mark D. Thompson. Camperdown, NSW: Australian Church Record/Moore College, 2008: 241-249.
‘The Rhetoric of Reception: Lessons from the Ordination of Priests’. Pages 67–69 in The Faith Once For All Delivered: An Australian Evangelical Response to The Windsor Report. Edited by Peter G. Bolt, Mark D. Thompson & Robert Tong. Camperdown, NSW: Australian Church Record, 2005.
Doctrine of Humanity