Parishioner, St Matthew's, Holland Park and Coordinator, South East Queensland Friends of Nungalinya College

Randal Dennings

About Randal -

Randal Dennings is a long-term parishioner of St Matthew’s, Holland Park and a member of the Diocesan Legal Committee. He and his wife Susan are Coordinators of the South East Queensland Friends of Nungalinya College and the Diocesan Anglican Labyrinth Resource Group and are Parish Anglicare Ambassadors.

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Articles by Randal

Reflections Reflections

First Nations ‘icons’ – a portal to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Spiritualities

“The purpose of our recent meditation gathering was to create a space for reflection and learning using, as our ‘portal’, three magnificent paintings collectively depicted in the Bible Society’s ‘Christian Book of the Year 2017’, Our Mob, God’s Story, which features over 115 paintings by 65 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from around Australia,” says St Matthew’s, Holland Park parishioner, Randal Dennings

Kerryn Smith and Vanessa Gamack from the Anglican Schools Commission taking a moment out to stop and reflect on the St John's Cathedral labyrinth in August 2019

Labyrinths: ancient practice, Anglican renaissance

Over the last 15 years or so, the ancient meditative practice of labyrinth walking has been gaining momentum across our Diocese: Randal Dennings, from St Matthew’s Church in Holland Park, introduces us to the history of labyrinths and local labyrinth activities