Introducing Emma Beach, Executive Officer of the CJPC Brisbane

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I’m a country girl at heart, raised in Butler Tanks (SA).  My passions are faith, justice, ecology and peace, with a side obsession with running.  For over 25 years I’ve been teaching but my work life has also included counselling, chaplaincy and parish youthwork.  Through this I’ve focused on Reconciliation programs and advocacy for refugees, students of colour, the LGBTQIA+ community and those who are neurodiverse. My husband and I are blessed with three school aged children and I’m excited to support the important mission of the Catholic Justice and Peace Commission.

2 thoughts on “Introducing Emma Beach, Executive Officer of the CJPC Brisbane

  1. Sr Eugennie Levinson SGS

    Welcome Emma! My name is Eugennie Levinson, a Good Samaritan Sister in the parish of Ss Peter and Paul Bulimba. We have a very active and vibrant Social Justice Committee which is committed to support for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Laudato Si and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Reconciliation and the Voice to Parliament.
    We would be grateful to have you attend one of our meetings, held on the FOURTH SUNDAY of each month, from 9.00am-10.00am, to meet you, inform you of our activities and to discuss mutual support and collaboration with you and the Archdiocese Catholic Justice and Peace Commission.
    With blessings on your coming year.

  2. Michael Campbell

    I’m a relatively new member on the Commission Emma, but a warm welcome from me, and I look forward to meeting you at our next meeting. Peace & All Good, Michael Campbell, member of Justice and Peace at St Benedict’s Parish {North Lakes/Mango Hill/Griffin]


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