2024 Conference

Registrations open late April


The five-star Pullman Melbourne on Park has been specially selected as our host venue in 2024. The Pullman specialises in large events and conferences and was recently refurbished.

Guests and exhibitors will appreciate the large and dedicated event space, sophisticated surroundings and comfortable rooms.

Conveniently located on the fringe of the CBD, the Pullman has more than 400 rooms and can accommodate a generous attendance.


Melbourne will provide the perfect setting as we explore the conference theme, Embracing our AI, in an engaging new conference format, with more opportunities for discussion, sharing and learning – with and from each other.

Now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when Christ appears, we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is.  1 John 3:2

Our brave new world offers us challenges and opportunities our forebears could not have imagined. AI, artificial intelligence, promises to release us from mundane tasks, yet threatens to usurp our creativity. It challenges traditional ways of being and invites us into new realities. Such encounters can be unsettling.

Anglican Schools have another AI, our Anglican Identity, which also offers both challenge and opportunity. In a secular, post-truth world where individuals increasingly are tasked with discovering their own personal meaning and purpose, holding fast to our AI gives us firm ground on which to stand and a story with which to interpret life.

Our Anglican Identity also challenges us to declare what is essential to our humanity, and to nurture and protect the treasures we contain. In the rich and unpredictable diversity of human life, our schools can be places where all are welcomed and affirmed as beings created in the image and likeness of God, loving and serving God’s world.

Join us at the 2024 ASA Conference, Embracing our AI, when we will open up these challenges and invitations as we explore together what it means to be Anglican in the modern world.

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