As North Queensland experiences its worst cyclone on record, Anglican offices have been shut down, a church hall has been destroyed and a rectory roof has been ripped off. The town of Innisfail was most affected by Cyclone Larry, where houses were ripped apart by gusts of nearly three hundred km/h. “Innisfail is devastated,” said Rev. Chris Wright, area dean of the northern region in the Diocese of North Queensland. “The bulk of the church hall is gone and the rectory lost most of its roof.” Wright said no one was hurt. (Anglican Communion News Service)