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Verger and server, St John's Cathedral

Angie Mooney

About Angie -

Angie Mooney worships at St John’s Cathedral where she serves as a verger and on the serving team and the reading roster. She is also on the Angligreen and Baroona Farm committees and in the discernment process. She is currently studying a Graduate Diploma of Theology at St Francis College, and she has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental Science) from the University of Canberra and a Diploma of Health Science from Endeavour College.

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Articles by Angie

Features Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners Features

Pilgrimage to the Waddananggu community

“I am very grateful to the Waddananggu community for welcoming me. It was such a privilege to be so welcomed to their Country and to learn about their culture and history. I felt empowered and humbled by their welcome. The Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners make everyone an ‘us’ – they are inclusive of all even though they have been ‘othered’ since colonisation,” says Cathedral parishioner Angie Mooney


Responding to the Holy Spirit in complex situations

“The program and learning community enable us to identify, discuss, reframe and approach the emerging opportunities within our Cathedral community and to apply the skills we are learning in practical ways to areas that the Holy Spirit is moving us,” says Angie Mooney from Resource Church, St John’s Cathedral on the Adapting Ministry in Complex Times program and co-learning community