Chris LloydQLD President
I was born in Toowoomba, Queensland and in my teen years joined the Air Force. Following my marriage, I lived in Malaysia for a period. On returning to Australia I have filled numerous volunteer roles both within my local Church and the denominational State body, as well as in the local community.
My voluntary roles included Minute Secretary of the Uniting Church Adult Fellowship National Committee from 2006-2009, and Queensland UCAF President from 2015-2017. I am currently Editor of the Queensland UCAF Magazine INTERLINK. I was President and Secretary of my Probus Club for many years as well as being President of the Ipswich Genealogical Society. I have taught RE and been a mentor for KIDS HOPE in schools. For the past few years I have enjoyed being Speech & Drama Convenor for the Silkstone Eisteddfod – now in its 91st year. This is a community outreach of my local Uniting Church.
I have been involved in annual celebrations of World Day of Prayer for many years and feel privileged to be able to have greater involvement in the future.
My family includes a son and daughter and five grandsons.
Judith FlettQLD Secretary
My faith has been expressed over the years through teaching R E, Bible study leadership, CWCI, and supporting my husband through 38 yrs of ministry over 3 States. I have undertaken many volunteer roles within the Queensland Conference of Churches of Christ, held the position of Women‘s Ministry State President 1994 – 1996, Australian Representative to Global Women Connecting 2004-2008 and World Day of Prayer Queensland President 2003-2007. My first contact with World Day of Prayer began in Orange NSW in 1975. In 2001 I achieved a Cert IV in TESOL and along with a concern for Aged Pastoral Care, and to be equipped for a ministry in retirement, I began training as a Pastoral Carer. So in retirement in a voluntary capacity I love teaching ESL and along with my husband we do voluntary Pastoral Care at a local Aged Care facility.
My husband, Bill, and I have 3 married children and 9 grandchildren.
Anne IversonQLD Treasurer
I was born in Glasgow and after marrying, moved to Coventry England where we had our first 4 children. We emigrated to Australia in 1965, where our family expanded. I have 9 children, 30 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. I have been involved in many organisations over the years and currently am active in my local church and community and the State Catholic Women’s League.
Elizabeth GracePacking Coordinator
I was born in Ballarat Vic was educated at MLC Burwood in Sydney.
Moved to Qld in late fifties married a Queenslander had two daughters. Spent many years moving around Qld because of work transfers. Trained as teacher in the seventies and taught for 10 years in State Schools in Brisbane. Subsequently had jobs in travel and Public Service. In 2011 was awarded an OAM for services to the community of Nundah.
I was reared in the Methodist tradition teaching Sunday School from age of 14. Have been an Elder in my church for 30 years and served on various Church Committees I have been a member of World Day of Prayer Qld Committee for about 10 years serving as Vice President Treasurer and Packing Day Co-ordinator at various times.