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The Anglican Church of Australia

[Australian Anglican Church flag] by Dylan Crawfoot

The flag of the Anglican Church of Australia is quite commonly flown by some Anglican churches, at least it is here in Brisbane. One flies out the front of St Martin's House next to St John's Cathedral in Brisbane. The flag reflects the Church's ties with the Church of England, using St George's cross and the blue field of St Andrew, while the stars add an Australian dimension. The gold design in the middle is a representation of the mitre worn by the bishops.
Dylan Crawfoot, 27 January 1999


Churches of Christ in Australia

[Churches of Christ in Australia flag]
contributed by Chris Kretowicz from http://www.flags2000.com/flag.htm, 2 January 2003

The flag consists of a logo in orange-brown on a white background, with the words "Churches of Christ Australia" to the right of the logo. The logo features a silhouette of 2 stylised human figures either side of a cross. [Ed]

The flag has obviously been made for someone and can be bought from the Flags 2000 website, but I have never come across a flag being used by the Churches of Christ.
Jonathan Dixon, 6 January 2003


The Uniting Church in Australia

[Uniting Church in Australia flag]
contributed by Chris Kretowicz from http://www.flags2000.com/flag.htm, 2 January 2003

The flag consists of a logo on a white background. The circular logo has a black background, and features a white cross above a white semicircle, with a red shape overall whcih can be interpreted either as a flame or a dove. Around the lower edge of the logo are the words "The Uniting Church in Australia". [Ed]

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