As a faith community reaching across South East Queensland, the Archdiocese of Brisbane has a number of ministry opportunities that positively impact the lives of others. You can help to inspire and enable Catholics throughout the Archdiocese of Brisbane to provide needed support to vital Church agencies and programs that make a real difference to the lives of real people.


Serve the Church as an Ambassador

Serve the Church as an Ambassador for the Annual Catholic Campaign. As an Ambassador, you will attend Mass services on the weekend of the Campaign and assist the priest and staff in setting up the Church or Church centre to conduct the appeal. You will make announcements before Mass to inspire and encourage the parishioners to support essential ministries of the Church. 


Becoming an Ambassador for your parish will open the door to more opportunities within your parish and your local community. As an Ambassador, you will become an advocate for people in need within your community. The role invites you to undertake a public and responsible role in your parish and enables you to practice your public speaking. You learn more about the non-profit sector, and will make a difference by helping out your parish community and being part of the good works of our Church.

ACC Ambassador

You will recieve

Training and support
You can choose to attend an Ambassador training workshop or access materials online, to help you prepare for the Campaign weekend. You can also learn about all the ways that the local Church helps to serve the spiritual and charitable needs of many people in your local area.

Acknowledgement from the Archbishop
You will receive a letter of thanks from Archbishop Coleridge at the end of the Campaign, and a certificate of recognition for your CV (if requested).

Contact Annual Catholic Campaign Coordinator, Lesley Williams on 07 3324 3290 or, if you have any queries.


Sarah and Joe's children were supported in the MacKillop Fund.

“To the donors who support the MacKillop Fund – ‘thank you’ will never be enough, but I hope it is a start in expressing our eternal gratitude.”