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Chaplain, St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School

The Rev'd Sr Gillian Moses SSA

About The Rev'd Sr Gillian -

The Rev’d Sr Gillian Moses SSA is Chaplain to St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School. She has an Honours degree in Theology from Charles Sturt University and a special interest in gender equality and theologies of power as they relate to gender and sexuality.

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Articles by The Rev'd Sr Gillian

"I encourage all chaplains to remember the saints in your chapel preparations. There are some great picture books and videos about various saints that really help our students engage with the stories" (The Rev'd Gillian Moses, St Aidan's Anglican Girls' School)

Travelling with the saints

“Various saints have been inspiration for some of our greatest artists, so why not share those masterpieces with our students? And those unbelievable stories are a great invitation to talk about science and belief,” says The Rev’d Gillian Moses from St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School


World Café at school

“Dialogical tools such as World Café are really helpful in introducing students to ways of talking about serious topics, and for managing conversations where there may be different, strongly-held opinions,” says The Rev’d Gillian Moses from St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School


Are we pretending that all is well?

“The difficulty with this approach is that it asks victims and survivors of domestic and family violence and abuse to pay the price for the rest of us to feel ok. They are often expected, tacitly or otherwise, to continue to bear the shame and embarrassment of a less-than-Christian family life so that we can continue to believe that Christians don’t do that sort of thing,” says The Rev’d Gillian Moses while reflecting on the expectation of victims and survivors to remain silent, as Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month approaches in May