The Rev'd Jazz Dow

Mission Chaplain, Community of The Way, St Francis College, Milton

The Rev'd Jazz Dow

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The Rev’d Jazz Dow is Mission Chaplain of Community of The Way at St Francis College, Milton and she worships at St John’s Anglican Cathedral, Brisbane. She has a Bachelor of Theology and a Master of Theology from CSU, with a special interest in the areas of missiology and liturgy.

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International Youth Day

12 August 2019 is International Youth Day, a day first designated by the UN General Assembly in 1999: in this joint feature, clergy and lay people across our Diocese share their thoughts on the 2019 International Youth Day theme ‘Transforming Education’

Wontulp-Bi-Buya students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities leading worship
Reflections

Pilgrimage to Wontulp-Bi-Buya (WBB) College

As part of our anglican focus series on Reconciliation Action Plan implementation, The Rev’d Jazz Dow reflects on how St Francis College is strengthening relationship with Wontulp-Bi-Buya (WBB) College in Cairns, including the rich benefits of St Francis College students making a pilgrimage to WBB and experiencing what Torres Strait Islanders call ‘Good Pasin’

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Community of The Way

Archbishop Phillip Aspinall introduces the Community of The Way, an intentional community of young adults, based on the UK’s Community of St Anselm, commencing in 2019 on the site of St Francis College, Milton – “It’s for young adults who want to commit to following the way of Jesus with prayerful hearts, enquiring minds and compassionate lives…”