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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

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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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Week of Prayer for Reconciliation: “a coming together of hearts, minds and souls”

“The focus on prayer during the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation will give us all an opportunity to pray specifically for a building up of the Body of Christ in a coming together of First Nations peoples and non-Indigenous peoples. The power of this is a coming together of hearts, minds and souls,” says The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase, Chair of the ACSQ Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group

Co-chair of the Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group, The Rev'd Canon Bruce Boase, speaking at a lunch to celebrate National Reconciliation Week in 2019, hosted by Anglicare and the Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group
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ACSQ submission in support of a First Nations Voice

“Inspired by the Uluru Statement From the Heart, the Anglican Church Southern Queensland has made a submission in support of the call for a First Nations Voice enshrined in the Australian Constitution,” says The Rev’d Canon Bruce Boase, Chair of our Diocesan Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group

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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