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Priest-in-Charge, The Parish of Goodna & the Archdeacon of Oxley

The Ven. Bronwyn Pagram

About The Ven. Bronwyn -

The Ven. Bronwyn Pagram is Priest-in-Charge of The Parish of Goodna and the Archdeacon of Oxley. She is also a member of the Diocesan Social Responsibilities Committee and the Diocesan Anglican Board of Mission Committee. She worked in technical, supply chain and manufacturing roles in the global energy sector for 25 years before reading for a Master in International Development from the University of Birmingham, UK, and a Bachelor of Theology from CSU, Australia.

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Articles by The Ven. Bronwyn

The Parish of Goodna constructed a labyrinth in 2005 during the period that Valerie Hoare was parish priest – truly a community project and a labour of love

St Luke’s, Goodna: history, highlights and a forthcoming anniversary celebration

“Every Sunday when I celebrate the Eucharist at St Luke’s, Collingwood Park, I notice the engraving on the base of the chalice. It does not say ‘Collingwood Park’, but ‘Redbank’ – a nod to the evolving history of the Parish of Goodna,” says The Ven. Bronwyn Pagram


Cherish children: help end child labour

With the UN World Day Against Child Labour approaching on Wednesday 12 June, The Rev’d Bronwyn Pagram reflects on the scourge of child labour exploitation and what we as Christians and members of a common humanity can do to assist: “Given Jesus’ commands to cherish children and to love our neighbours, as Christians we should care deeply about the issue of child labour”