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Parish Priest at The Parish of Goodna & the Archdeacon of Oxley

The Ven. Bronwyn Pagram

About The Ven. Bronwyn -

The Ven. Bronwyn Pagram is Parish Priest at The Parish of Goodna, and the Archdeacon of Oxley. She is also a member of the Diocesan Committees for Social Responsibilities and the Anglican Board of Mission. 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.

The Ven. Bronwyn writes on -

Articles by The Ven. Bronwyn

Queensland Community Alliance members gathered online in May 2021 for a Pre-Budget Assembly, including (pictured) Peter Branjerdporn from the ACSQ Justice Unit and The Ven. Geoff Hoyte from the Parish of Logan, among other Anglicans

The QCA, our Church and the $2 billion clean energy and jobs fund

“If we partner with others to bring about a common good for all people in our state and nation, we are doing God’s work. This is relevant whether we are effecting positive change or enablement for God’s good Creation, including God’s people,” says Social Responsibilities Committee member, 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”