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Welcome to our evolving Community page. We hope to be able to introduce content and news from our Community Development Coordinator, Judy Fay, who may be contacted by email or by phone on 3835 2222.

St John’s Cathedral Child Protection Risk Management Plan

The wellbeing of our children and young people is fundamental to our Christian faith. The Anglican Church Southern Queensland and St John’s Cathedral have implemented a Child Protection Risk Management Plan to assist in protecting our children and other vulnerable people from harm in the church. The Plan helps to ensure that all of our ministries take place in a safe and supportive environment by providing strategies to identify and minimise potential risks.

A full range of Child Protection policies and documents, including the Archbishop’s Statement of Commitment, Code of Conduct for Ministry to Children within the Anglican Church Southern Queensland, and the Protocol for Dealing with Sexual Misconduct, can be viewed and downloaded at:

If you would like a printed copy of any documents, please contact Lisa Clarke by email or phone 3835 2239. If you have any questions concerning the safety and wellbeing of children and young people, please don’t hesitate to see me.

The Dean


Cathedral Monthly Notices is a handy publication outlining the details of worship, events, studies and activities at St John’s.
It is published monthly on the first Sunday of each month.

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“I was hungry and you gave me food, thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” – Matthew 25.35.

 Trinity Centre Pantry offers hope when food is out of reach.

The Trinity Pantry at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Fortitude Valley was established over thirty years ago to provide assistance to those for whom life was proving a struggle; those who simply didn’t have enough to eat, or who had met with some temporary crisis and had no funds.

Gathers on the second Thursday of the month at 9.45am in the Cathedral

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Anglican Mothers Union Australia (AMUA) is part of a worldwide fellowship of Christians united in prayer, worship and service.

AMUA Vision: a world where God’s love is known through loving, respectful and flourishing relationships.
AMUA Aim: to demonstrate the Christian faith in action by the transformation of communities worldwide through the nurture of family.
Membership is available for all [women and men] who have been baptised. If you are not yet a member and would like to find out more, please do get in contact.
Project – Zephyr Education:
lunch boxes and water bottles; children’s underwear (girls and boys all ages). Please bring only these items listed; please do not add what you think they might need.
Project – Books4PNG Children:
please bring new and used books for children aged 0-14 years old. Early readers (numbers, alphabets, picture books, animals and cardboard books). Primary school fiction and non-fiction. Basic school supplies, Bibles, pencils. Eleanor will deliver the box (when full) to Heather Doonan (CEO at New Farm). They collect them and ship them to schools in PNG.
For further information or to ask a question, please contact Mary de Vries via or through the Cathedral Ofice.
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Reports to be tabled at the Annual Meeting of the Congregation

Sunday, 25th February 2024 at 11.15am

Reports to be tabled at the Annual Meeting of the Congregation

Volume 2

Sunday, 25th February 2024 at 11.15am

Cathedral Roll Information and Privacy Policy


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the Anglican Church SQ position on
The Voice to Parliament Referendum

Child Protection and Safeguarding

We are committed to the safeguarding and care of everyone within our community.

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prepared by The Cathedral’s
Domestic Abuse Working Group

Ad Clerum on The Development
The Diocese of The Southern Cross


This magazine has been produced by the community of St John’s Cathedral  since Advent 2004. It explores in depth from a faith perspective the issues that shape and sway us.

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The first edition  noted that “we live in a sound- byte society, bombarded by the trivial. Finding ways to connect with the deeper issues of life is a challenge for many people.” The Eagle was created as an appropriate way “in which the Cathedral can engage in conversation with those who want to delve below the surface, and reflect on the important rather than the urgent and insistent.” 

The Eagle began as a printed magazine and continued that way for 15 years.  Now in its 16th year, given COVID-19 and the increasing cost of printing and distribution, The Eagle has gone electronic.  

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