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The Rev'd Sue Grimmett

Priest-in-Charge, Parish of Indooroopilly

The Rev'd Sue Grimmett

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The Rev’d Sue Grimmett is the Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Indooroopilly. She has a Bachelor of Theology from Charles Sturt University, (St Francis College), a Bachelor of Arts (History) from Murdoch University, a Diploma of Teaching (QUT) and a Grad Certificate of Theology in Education. Sue has a special interest in the intersections of sacramental community life and the public arena of faith.

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Advent is a season of expectation and preparation

Advent calendars may have been humbler in the 1800s than some produced now, but the idea remains a simple and powerful one – counting each of the days of Advent, waiting for the Christ child. I remember the excitement I felt as a child, opening the little windows that revealed pictures with Advent themes and the anticipation that grew,” says The Rev’d Sue Grimmett, while offering an Advent calendar resource and suggestions to readers


One quiet night when love was born

“When we prepare for the coming of God, we can never be sure where or how that visitation will occur. After all, if divinity can bed down as a wailing infant in a pile of straw amongst livestock, holiness can emerge anywhere and everywhere,” says The Rev’d Sue Grimmett as she explores what Advent means to her as part of our ‘Being Together This Advent’ social media initiative


Encouraging our parish clergy through participation

“It is only through relationship that the Church is sustained, underlining the importance of participation in all those parish activities which nurture connection in these times; through online services, fellowship gatherings and Bible studies, telephone conversations, and letter writing,” says The Rev’d Sue Grimmett


Day of Prayer for Refugees

“For the 65 million displaced people fleeing war and persecution across the globe, ‘home’ is also a political word in a time where humanity can choose to either turn its back and reinforce the national barricades or else affirm that we are indeed responsible for one another,” reflects The Rev’d Sue Grimmett as The Day of Prayer for Refugees approaches on Sunday 25 August