The parish council comprises of 8 members of St. Margaret’s congregation and the vicar .
The Council members for 2023-2024 are:
John Humann has been a parishioner at St Margarets since 2004, when he and his wife, Jan Kerr, moved to Eltham.
He has served on Parish Council since 2009, and is currently chair of the Parish Council Finance Committee.
John is a Research Funding Coordinator at Swinburne University, and previously worked in Information Technology, in Business Development and before that as a teacher in secondary schools and TAFE.
His interests include choir and band at St Margarets, history, music, art, ecology, travel, as well as outdoor pursuits such as cycling, ocean swims, bodysurfing, bushwalking and cross country skiing.
|Robert Brazenor has attended St Margaret’s for about 20 years. He was secretary of parish council from 2008 to 2015. He is currently also a sacristan assistant and liturgical assistant.
Born in South Africa in the previous century……I had a very happy childhood having been to 10 schools in my life as my father was transferred all over Zimbabwe and South Africa. This taught me confidence and how to adjust!! I have travelled to many wonderful places in this world. 15 years ago Rob and I decided to make a “big change” in our lives and came to Melbourne. We left our adult children behind and hoped they would follow….to date…nope! Have been involved with Rotary here in Melbourne as well as Kids Hope Aus. I work in Sales here in Melbourne and have done that most of my life.
We joined St. Margaret’s just before Covid and have made some wonderful friends and enjoy our worship here. I look forward to learning more and getting involved with the community here in Eltham.
Tony has been worshipping at St. Margaret’s since 1981 and a Communion assistant for many years.
He lives in Research and is married with 3 children.
Growing up he regularly went with his parents to St. Peter’s eastern Hill. This Church is well known for music (he [played trumpet with the choir) and ceremony ( various roles from an early age).
Tony works as a G.P. in Eltham.
His interests include playing the piano, gardening, latest technology and travel. Tony was awarded an OAM for Service to the community through alcohol and drug use prevention programs.