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Churchwarden and Synod Representative for the Torres Strait Non-Geographic Parish, ACSQ Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group member and Executive Member of NATSIAC

Aunty Dr Rose Elu

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Aunty Dr Rose Elu is a member of the ACSQ Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group; a Churchwarden and Synod Representative for the Torres Strait Non-Geographic Parish; an Executive Member of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council (NATSIAC); a member of the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change; and, a family support counsellor with Anglicare. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Political Science from the University of Queensland before completing her PhD on Customary Law at the University of Hawaii and further post graduate studies in Theology at St Francis College.

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“Our spirituality lies in the sea, sky and land”

“Our spirituality lies in the sea, sky and land and since time immemorial our people have believed in a Creator, but we did not know that the Creator was the Christian God. The Coming of the Light commemorates the Gospel coming to us and giving us a name for the Creator,” says 2021 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year, Aunty Dr Rose Elu