Category Archives: John’s Story

This is a story of the malicious pursuit of a good Christian evangelist by the creation of false complaints of adultery; how despite strenuous denials by not only the man but also his wife and the woman about whom the allegations were made the case was accepted by the PSU Sydney diocese and also the PSC until it was thrown out after consideration by an ‘experienced lawyer’ appointed by the diocese. However, there has never been any apology from those who fabricated the lie; there has never been confession and repentance on the part of the false accusers. What sort of Christians are these people who brought the accusation?

FORGIVENESS: The Lord’s Prayer and Trace Kennard

FORGIVENESS: The Lord’s Prayer and Trace Kennard Readers now have the opportunity to read the remarkable document by Trace Kennard (‘John’ of ‘John’s Story’ on my website www.churchdispute.com) in which he sets out his forgiveness of the Anglican Church of Australia Sydney diocese hierarchy, the PSU, the officers, committee members and staff and those parishioners

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‘John’s Story’ – the next episode: An Open Letter from Captain Trace Kennard (‘John’) to the Archbishop of Sydney

The Anglican Church of Australia Sydney Diocese ‘John’s Story’ – the next episode An Open Letter from Captain Trace Kennard (‘John’) to the Archbishop of Sydney [A note of explanation from Louise Greentree: From late 2006 through 2007 I was involved in assisting Trace Kennard, Captain of Church Army and former assistant minister at the

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A common diseased culture? A comparison of the ICAC[1] and the Sydney Anglican Church PSU[2] Part 2

Anglican Church of Australia Sydney Diocese A common diseased culture? A comparison of the ICAC[1] and the Sydney Anglican Church PSU[2] Part 2 By Louise Greentree[3] In Part 1 I looked at some of the major criticisms of ICAC by the ICAC inspector, retired Supreme Court Judge David Levine: proceeding without jurisdiction (so found by

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A common diseased culture? A comparison of the NSW ICAC and the Sydney Anglican Church PSU Part 1

Anglican Church of Australia Sydney Diocese A common diseased culture? A comparison of the NSW ICAC[1] and the Sydney Anglican Church PSU[2] Part 1 By Louise Greentree[3] ‘The prosecutor has more control over life, liberty, and reputation, than any other person in America. …. Nothing better can come out of this meeting of law enforcement

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The Leopard has not changed its spots.

The Leopard has not changed its spots. By Louise Greentree[1]   The particular leopard I have in mind is the Anglican Church in Sydney, though this might apply to other churches as well. In The Australian newspaper on 18 March 2015 it is reported that as a result of the inquiries by the Royal Commission

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Overheard in Gloria Jean’s: another Cautionary Tale for dealing with the Anglican Church

Overheard in Gloria Jean’s Another Cautionary Tale for dealing with the Anglican Church[1]  By Louise Greentree  In November 2007, the Synod of the National Anglican Church in Australia approved the creation of a National Register of clergy and church workers accused (not convicted) of child abuse or sexual misconduct. The Age newspaper (distributed in the

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Beyond False Zeal, Hard-heartedness and the Abuse of Power & Process

The Next Episode: the Victimisation Goes on… and on… Louise Greentree, 23rd January 2008 In two recent articles Louise Greentree traced the actions of certain Christian women and Christian men in relation to making an unfounded complaint to the Professional Standards Unit of Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church in Australia. The PSU abandoned prosecution

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Cathy’s Story

How does it feel to be falsely accused of having a sexual relationship with a person under investigation by the Anglican Church in Australia Professional Standards Unit Sydney Diocese? This story is an adjunct to the four articles written by Louise Greentree concerning this parish dispute which she recommends be read first to enable the

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