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Justice & Advocacy The Rev’d Michael Stalley from The parish of Mt Gravatt, The Rev’d Rick Gummow from The Parish of Drayton and The Ven. Geoff Hoyte from The Parish of Logan Justice & Advocacy

“Our support of the ‘yes’ vote honours our Diocese’s long legacy”

“We are proud to co-author this reflection about why we are championing the Anglican Church Southern Queensland’s position in support of constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples via a Voice. The way we see it, our support of the ‘yes’ vote honours our Diocese’s long legacy, as illustrated in this timeline from the 1960s to present,” say The Ven. Geoff Hoyte, The Rev’d Rick Gummow and The Rev’d Michael Stalley

The Rev'd Canon Gary Harch (second from right), The Very Rev'd Dr Peter Catt (third from left) and Queensland Community Alliance staff member Elise Ganley (first from left) joined other faith leaders and community members at a prayer vigil at the Kangaroo Point cliffs on Friday 12 June 2020 for the men being detained at the Kangaroo Point Central Hotel.
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Anglican leaders call for men detained in a Kangaroo Point hotel to be released into the community

Anglican clergy and lay people recently gathered at the Kangaroo Point cliffs to pray for the more than 100 men, sent to Brisbane from Manus and Nauru, who are being indefinitely detained in a Kangaroo Point hotel

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Queensland Community Alliance

Find out more about the Anglican Parish of Logan’s involvement with the Queensland Community Alliance by watching this video, and consider attending the Alliance’s ‘Foundations of Community Organising’ training workshop in September