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St. Aidan's Anglican Church
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Meet the team
www.swiz.org.au, 15 July 2013 [cached]
Rev. Craig Potter
Craig is our senior assistant minister and heads up our 10am congregation.
brings to our team a diverse professional experience.
has been a soldier, a fireman and a chaplain to NSW Police.
has seen service as an Army Chaplain in Afghanistan and Solomon Islands.
is married to Michelle and they have three children.
Craig loves family holidays, fishing and good coffee.
www.swiz.org.au, 5 April 2012 [cached]
Rev. Craig Potter
Senior Assistant Minister
Craig brings to our parish the benefits of his diverse professional experiences which include working as a Chaplain in the Australian Army with operational service in Afghanistan, Solomon Islands and in remote Aboriginal communities.
has also worked with the Anglican Youth Department, and in the parishes of South Tamworth, Ashbury, and Blackheath.
Craig has served as chaplain to the NSW Police and the Volunteer Rescue Association.
working life as a Soldier/Tradesman and he
has also been a fire-fighter with NSW Fire Brigade.
With the firsthand experience of parenting Rachael, Matthew and Robert, Craig
and Michelle are ideally placed to focus on Family Ministry at St Swithun's
Michelle has a Diploma in Theology and has worked in Parish ministry.
has been involved with support to spouses of deployed soldiers and looking after their three children.
She also held a position with Playgroup Queensland as a Regional Development Officer.
has responsibilities across all four Sunday services with a special focus on our Family Service at 5pm.
An ADF spokeswoman said today that ...
forster.yourguide.com.au, 6 Sept 2007 [cached]
An ADF spokeswoman said today that RTF personnel gathered at the Kamp Holland kennel complex where Merlin and several other Australian Army explosive detection dogs were housed to farewell their four-legged mate in a brief service conducted by RTF chaplain Captain Craig Potter.
Australian Army Apprentices Association - Association Objectives
www.austarmyapprentice.org, 13 June 2010 [cached]
Accordingly we asked our Chaplains Rev Craig Potter (38th F&T), and Rev Bryan Nicholls (11th VM) to accept the task and create a prayer that captured the spirit of an Army Apprentice then and now.
AAAA - AAS Memorial Memorial Sub-Committee
www.austarmyapprentice.org, 27 May 2008 [cached]
Chaplain: Rev. Craig Potter
Chaplain: Rev. Bryan Nicholls JP