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Parish Priest, The Parish of Goondiwindi

The Rev'd Dr John Rolley

About The Rev'd Dr John -

The Rev’d Dr John John Rolley is Parish Priest at The Parish of Goondiwindi. He has a BN (Hons) from UWS and a PhD from Curtin University and he is an FACN (Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing).

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Articles by The Rev'd Dr John

The Baru Beat The Rev'd Dr John Rolley with Goondiwindi parishioners baby Anne and her parents Tien and Ross The Baru Beat

Godly Goondiwindi gazette

“Other than God’s call to serve in Goondiwindi, one other thing especially attracted me to this parish – the parishioners’ dedication to wider community life. Everyone counts in rural communities. People engage, make things happen, and see needs and action them. Community involvement is central to the local culture and often critical to its survival,” says The Rev’d Dr John Rolley

Reflections Community of The Way members Stacey McCowan, Aaron Vidyasager and Eleanor Reid Reflections

Is the Community of The Way for you?

“Have you ever considered sharing your Christian journey with a group of like-minded young adults living together in community? The Anglican Church Southern Queensland’s Community of The Way is inviting applications for 2023. And, we eagerly welcome chats with young adults who want to find out more about joining this unique intentional community,” says Community of The Way Chaplain Dr John Rolley, with applications closing at the end of August

Aaron Vidyasagar, Stacey McCowan and Eleanor Reid will be representing the Anglican Church Southern Queensland while serving as volunteer stewards at the once-in-a decade Lambeth Conference in 2022

Community of The Way members respond to the Archbishop’s Lambeth Conference call

“After Archbishop Phillip received a special call from the Anglican Church of Australia for volunteer Lambeth Conference stewards, Community of The Way’s Eleanor, Aaron and Stacey stepped up to accept the challenge,” says Community of The Way Chaplain Dr John Rolley