Video clips, Radio Interviews and Campaign Photos

Archdeacon Tiffany - Steering Member for Faith Workers Alliance 

Archdeacon Tiffany - An Alternative Christian Voice, On the Way Podcast

Rev Tiff's Christmas message - broadcast by 96.5 Family Radio for the first Sunday of Advent 2017 -

4zzz 'Christians Voting Yes' piece by Claudia Farhart including Rev Dr Peter Catt and Rev Tiffany Sparks.

Weekly Sermon Audio's for Rev Tiffany are available at the St. Paul's website. Great for listening to in the car, at work or for reflection or discussion at home.

June 2017: 'Can Theology of Gender be Dangerous?; Domestic Violence and the Church'.

Tiffany Sparks says Parishes are Still Discussing Female Equality and how Violence Against Women Often Goes Unheard

June 2017: N.S.W's Premiers Iftar Dinner. It was an honour to get invited by the Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP to the 2017 Iftar dinner at Parliament House Sydney.

I had a great night, and met some fun people. Inter religious dialogue is one of the most important things that we can do in today's world. We need to respectfully support, honour and celebrate each other in our faith. Most religions hinge on love, mercy, grace and the dignity of the human person - especially those who are marginalised. It was wonderful to see over 200 leaders from around Australia from different faiths and backgrounds breaking bread together, in love, laughter, friendship and supporting the common good.


May 2017 - IDAHOT - Rev Tiffany and Simon Tinkler represent for Progressive Christianity!
 Brisbane City IDAHOT celebrations and memorial for those who have been effected by hate and homophobia.

Progressive Christianity is egalitarian and believes that all are equal and loved by God, no matter our gender and sexuality. Our gender and sexuality is not a religious issue, however, it becomes one when we use gender and sexuality to exclude, propagate prejudice and marginalised people. This violence is not the way of God, but rather of humanity. I look forward to the day where no one lives in fear. Until then, it is important to let people know that there are safe places where people will be honoured and accepted.

January 2017: 'Sparks Fly at Anglican Church' The Point Magazine. Multiculturalism NSW.
See what they did there? I really enjoyed this interview and I think Kavita did a fantastic job with putting it together. Questions on Progressive Christianity, views on scripture and experiences in life. Thanks to The Point for doing such a great job! 

October 2016: Digi "Engage" forum. Courtesy of DIGI and the Australian Government, this forum was held in Melbourne was a fantastic initiative for young people to engage (excuse the pun) with role models and people working in multicultural and religious spheres. I was delighted to be invited to be on a panel for 'Religious role models living in a secular world'. It was a fantastic day, with great conversations. I also loved meeting Reuben Brand - he is pretty hilarious. 
Pics by James MorgaPhotography 

April 2016:  Appearance as a panelist on the ABC's Q&A program 
The program topic was "Church and State" and the panelists were John Haldane, Visiting Professor and Catholic intellectual; Julie McCrossin, Church elder and journalist; Ray Minniecon, Indigenous Anglican Pastor; Rev. Tiffany Sparks, Anglican Priest and representative for A Progressive Christian Voice; and Lyle Shelton, Managing Director, Australian Christian Lobby.

March 2013:  Tiffany Sparks, the new Priest in Charge of St Paul's Anglican Parish Ashgrove, talks about her own life and journey into priesthood.
Tiffany on ABC Radio. First Mainstream Australian Church to accept  Bitcoin.

Tiffany's contribution to the repent4lent Campaign.

Tiffany Sparks' contribution to the St. Paul's 'Repent4lent' Campaign, a St. Paul's Ashgrove Anglican community initiative. Have you ever been told that what you put online will be there forever? Why don't you post something that you want to stay for the next 50 years. Check out the long description on our FB page.