Revd. Keren Terpstra is our  Vicar. 

Keren’s first vocation is as a composer, having completed an MMus with Anne Boyd at the University of Sydney in 2004. Her second vocation took her to Brisbane to train for ministry. After ordination in 2008, she spent her curacy at Trinity Anglican Church, Robina, and was Priest in Charge at All Saints’, Booval from 2009-2016. Transformation and hope are key themes for her in life and in preaching. Keren enjoys facilitating groups, teaching, and wrestling scripture with others. Keren shares her life with a feline companion, Gabrielle, is a passionate Trekkie, and likes to walk, go to the gym, swim, and cycle as much as she can.


Revd. Dr. Linda Fiske is our Assistant Priest. 

Linda’s Ph D is in Education. Her research was in Jungian theory; specifically on the role of image in   creating meaning. Her study led to Post-Graduate teaching in a subject titled Modes and Structures of Consciousness.Linda is a life-long learner and teacher. Her earliest memories are of being taken to the library as a toddler and being allowed to select whichever picture books she liked. Even those on display!  The created a life-long passion for books. Linda was a teacher of English and History and Religious Studies in secondary schools before ordination.After ordination Linda had dual roles on the ministry team of Christ Church South Yarra and as Chaplain in the parish school Christ Church Grammar. She has always drawn on her educational training and especially Godly Play methodology to teach primary children about God. After eight years in those roles changes of direction in both parish and school meant it was time for a new direction.

Linda returned to her home parish of St George in East Ivanhoe in an honorary capacity awaiting God’s direction. The opportunity to take on locum roles emerged. She finds her current role at St Margaret’s  both joyous and life-giving.

Linda’s husband is John. They have one adult son and a one year old grandchild named Gryphon.                                                                                                    



Revd. Robert Street – Honorary Associate priest 

Robert resides in the parish and has been actively involved at St. Margaret’s for the past 20 years.