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Parishioner, St Bartholomew’s, Mt Gravatt & Secretary of Anglican Aid Abroad

Marilyn Wright

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Marilyn Wright is a parishioner of St Bartholomew’s, Mt Gravatt and Secretary of Anglican Aid Abroad. She is a retired teacher and represents St Bart’s on the Queensland Community Alliance.

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Articles by Marilyn

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Why I am voting “yes” in the referendum: Marilyn Wright

“I am not personally responsible for the past and cannot change it; however, this year’s referendum is my chance to take some personal responsibility for what happens in the future. I seek a future of compassion, fairness and reconciliation, where the grace of God is evident as we walk forward together — and listen,” says Marilyn Wright from The Parish of Mt Gravatt

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“The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it”

“Birds often give me solace, including a wedge-tailed eagle after the violent death of a cousin; encouragement from black cockatoos at the closing of a Kairos Outside prison ministry weekend; affirmation from bulbuls outside my house in Dodoma after my arrival and upon my departure,” says Marilyn Wright from St Bartholomew’s, Mt Gravatt, as the Season of Creation continues

Anglican Aid Abroad assisted two postulants of the Community of the Sacred Name in Tonga to buy sewing machines and attend sewing classes so the postulants can make their own habits and teach local women to sew

Anglican Aid Abroad: witnessing the love of Jesus for 50 years

“In 2008, my spiritual life was radically and indelibly changed by a 14-week visit to the Sisters of St Mary in Tanzania on behalf of Anglican Aid Abroad. There I witnessed the profound faith and love of Jesus shown in schools, health clinics, support for the vulnerable, care for people who were maimed and outcast, and through the teaching of sewing and agriculture to improve livelihoods,” says Marilyn Wright from St Bart’s, Mt Gravatt