Tubby initiated ten members into Toc H in Sydney.
The Forster Lamp was placed in Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle; Toc H Newcastle Branch was formed.
A Christmas Party was organised in Sydney for 300 children and 120 wives of bedridden men disabled in World War I.
Toc H members pioneered the Blood Transfusion Service – direct from donor to patient – in Sydney.
A club for homeless, unemployed and friendless men was opened at Milson’s Point.
Parramatta Branch organised a camp for 30 boys at Camden.
A Club for Servicemen was opened in Sydney.
The Changi Rushlight was dedicated in the Warriors’ Chapel in Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle.
The Toc H World Chain of Light was held in Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle.