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Deacon, The Parish of Brisbane Valley

The Rev'd Loretta Tyler-Moss

About The Rev'd Loretta -

The Rev’d Loretta Tyler-Moss is a Bush Ministry Fund deacon serving at The Parish of Brisbane Valley. She has a DipTeach from QUT, a BEd from Griffith University, a GradDip in Linguistics, a BTh from ST Francis College and a Cert 4 in Training and Assessment.

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Articles by The Rev'd Loretta

"The Queenslanders with Disability Network workshop was an essential community conversation, and I was blessed to be a part of it. Hearing the voices of those most affected by crises enlightened me and other attendees, so we can all work better together for the community as a whole" (The Rev'd Loretta Tyler-Moss)
The Baru Beat

Rural crisis learnings from the real experts

“The most impactful workshop conversations were led by those living with disability who said that, ‘If you just let me tell you what I have in place, I can be as independent as possible, even in a crisis’,” shares The Rev’d Loretta Tyler-Moss

The Baru Beat

Tuckshops, carols and a pub raffle

“A common question asked in churches these days is, ‘Where are the children and their families?’ The answer in the BMF-supported Parish of Brisbane Valley is, ‘In the local state schools.’ All schools need caring and faithful volunteers from the wider community to support their important work,” says The Rev’d Loretta Tyler-Moss

The Baru Beat

Oh, the Places You'll Go (in a 4x4)!

“In our Meals on Wheels group there is a dearth of four-wheel-drives, so my Meals on Wheels partner and I were allocated the difficult delivery in question. My first delivery was very challenging. The road access was narrow, rough, awkward and definitely unsuited to conventional vehicles,” says BMF deacon The Rev’d Loretta Tyler-Moss from The Parish of Brisbane Valley

The Baru Beat

Dispatch from a dusty new deacon

“What a wonderful beginning I am experiencing in my new deacon role. Conversations, especially incidental chats, have been a highlight of my ministry so far, as they teach me much about the unique blessings and challenges of rural life and foster a critical sense of belonging,” says BMF deacon The Rev’d Loretta Tyler-Moss from the Parish of Brisbane Valley