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Priest-in-Charge of the Anglican Parish of Green Hills (Enoggera/Kelvin Grove) and Co-chair of the Diocesan Reconciliation Action Plan Committee

The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase

About The Rev’d Canon Bruce -

The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase is currently the Priest-in-Charge of the Anglican Parish of Green Hills (Enoggera/Kelvin Grove). He is also Co-chair of the Diocesan Reconciliation Action Plan Committee. Canon Boase has a Bachelor of Theology from the Brisbane College of Theology (St Francis College). He is an Aboriginal of the Wakka Wakka Clan, and his special interest is reconciling Christianity with ancient Aboriginal Culture.

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Articles by The Rev’d Canon Bruce

Features Features

Traditional Owners: leaders

“One of the things that I do remember from my childhood and schooling was that there was no separation of the non-Indigenous and First Nations students at school. What that meant is that I was used to being a leader and spokesperson for all the school students,” says priest and Wakka Wakka man The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase

"In my Reconciliation work, telling tangible stories that transcend culture is important and I will remember The Rev’d Glenn’s and my stories in my Reconciliation conversations with people" (Sandra King OAM, Quandamooka and Bundjalung elder and ACSQ Reconciliation Action Plan Coordinator)
Books & Guides

On Being Blackfella's Young Fella: Is Being Aboriginal Enough?

Clergy and lay people each reflect upon a chapter of Wiradjuri man and Anglican priest The Rev’d Glenn Loughrey’s recently published book, On Being Blackfella’s Young Fella: Is Being Aboriginal Enough? In doing so, they consider how the book’s insights will shape their approaches to Reconciliation