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Rev. Craig Potter

Rector

St. Swithun's Pymble

Email: c***@***.au

St. Swithun's Pymble

Background Information

Employment History

Army Officer

Australian Army

Chaplain

National Stroke Week

Chaplain

New South Wales Golf Association

Minister

Anglican Church of Australia

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Meet the team

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Rev. Craig Potter

Craig is our senior assistant minister and heads up our 10am congregation. Craig brings to our team a diverse professional experience. He has been a soldier, a fireman and a chaplain to NSW Police. He has seen service as an Army Chaplain in Afghanistan and Solomon Islands. Craig is married to Michelle and they have three children. Craig loves family holidays, fishing and good coffee.


Craig ...

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Craig Potter

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Rev. Craig Potter
Craig is our senior assistant minister and heads up our 10am congregation. Craig brings to our team a diverse professional experience. He has been a soldier, a fireman and a chaplain to NSW Police. He has seen service as an Army Chaplain in Afghanistan and Solomon Islands. Craig is married to Michelle and they have three children. Craig loves family holidays, fishing and good coffee.


Phil and Craig grew up in ...

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Phil and Craig grew up in the same neighborhood in West Chatswood and both joined the Army after leaving Chatswood High School.

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After 8 years in the Army as a fitter and turner, Craig left and studied for the priesthood.Craig then rejoined the Army in 2003 after serving in parish ministry in Australia.
Both Phil and Craig are now working with the Australian Reconstruction Task Force (RTF) in southern Afghanistan.
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Reverend Craig Potter has a vital job in the RTF, looking after the spiritual welfare, stress and critical incident counseling of the 400-strong task force.
Craig says the variety of the soldiers in the Task Force, which includes engineers, infantry, cavalry, signalers and more keeps his job interesting.
"We are building bridges, schools, clinics and hospitals, setting up new infrastructure and training local Afghan men in building trades.We are also providing the security so the work can be done in safety.We are doing our best to give the Afghan people a chance at peace," Craig said.


Phil and Craig grew up in ...

minister.defence.gov.au [cached]

Phil and Craig grew up in the same neighborhood in West Chatswood and both joined the Army after leaving Chatswood High School.

...
After 8 years in the Army as a fitter and turner, Craig left and studied for the priesthood.Craig then rejoined the Army in 2003 after serving in parish ministry in Australia.
Both Phil and Craig are now working with the Australian Reconstruction Task Force (RTF) in southern Afghanistan.
...
Reverend Craig Potter has a vital job in the RTF, looking after the spiritual welfare, stress and critical incident counseling of the 400-strong task force.
Craig says the variety of the soldiers in the Task Force, which includes engineers, infantry, cavalry, signalers and more keeps his job interesting.
"We are building bridges, schools, clinics and hospitals, setting up new infrastructure and training local Afghan men in building trades.We are also providing the security so the work can be done in safety.We are doing our best to give the Afghan people a chance at peace," Craig said.


Phil and Craig grew up in ...

defence.gov.au [cached]

Phil and Craig grew up in the same neighborhood in West Chatswood and both joined the Army after leaving Chatswood High School.

...
After 8 years in the Army as a fitter and turner, Craig left and studied for the priesthood.Craig then rejoined the Army in 2003 after serving in parish ministry in Australia.
Both Phil and Craig are now working with the Australian Reconstruction Task Force (RTF) in southern Afghanistan.
...
Reverend Craig Potter has a vital job in the RTF, looking after the spiritual welfare, stress and critical incident counseling of the 400-strong task force.
Craig says the variety of the soldiers in the Task Force, which includes engineers, infantry, cavalry, signalers and more keeps his job interesting.
"We are building bridges, schools, clinics and hospitals, setting up new infrastructure and training local Afghan men in building trades.We are also providing the security so the work can be done in safety.We are doing our best to give the Afghan people a chance at peace," Craig said.

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