The parish council comprises of 9 members of St. Margaret’s congregation and the vicar .

The Council members for 2017 are

Robin Wembridge

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Robin has been a member of St. Margaret’s since the mid 1970′s. She joined as a parishioner and then became a significant part of the Meg’s Muncher’s team.  She is still a member of this group providing meals for the community who live alone.

She became a parish council member in 2013 and has been a warden this year.

Robin particularly enjoys the sense of community & the community involvement offered at St. Margaret’s.

 Mandy Stevens

Mandy began worshipping at St Margaret’s in 2003 when she moved into the local area as a young mum and needed to find a peaceful place of spirituality. Mandy is married with two children who are now teenagers and works as a school chaplain at a state primary school.  Over the years Mandy has become more connected to the life of St Margaret’s and is on a number of rosters to contribute to the running of this lovely church.

Recently she has taken on a temporary role as Children and Family Engagement Worker at St Margaret’s and has thoroughly enjoyed being involved in shaping the future of children’s ministry here. As a new member of Parish Council, Mandy is looking forward to working with a team to think creatively about new ways forward for the parish. Mandy is particularly interested in the ministry of women using different forms of contemplative and reflective spiritual practices. 

 David Tuke

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I have lived in Eltham for 25 years with my family – my wife Mitzi and our three children, Emily, Lachlan and Natalie. Up until recently the Catholic Church played a large part in my life (sometimes at more times than others). We are now attending St Margaret’s and finding a more inclusive, forward looking and democratic experience of our collective faith, while carrying forward its traditional expression.

I am a director of a superannuation software development company and I have a number of interests, among them being woodwork and building, Roman and Medieval history, philosophy and Internet web design.

 

Liz Eadie

Sandra Brown-Holt

David Pryor