Pop Singer Turns Prison Chaplain To Take Her Music Inside

Reported by Tony Davenport | vision.org.au
Thursday, November 25th, 2021

A prison chaplain is taking her musical talents inside Queensland’s correctional centres.

Sue Collier was a successful professional singer for 35 years under her previous names of Toni McCann and Toni Macrae.

The volunteer with the ‘Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy’ has just released her first recording since the 1980s.

It’s an EP of original songs inspired by her faith, her prison outreach and life’s challenges.

Sue told Carinity that she’s seen first-hand, how finding faith inside jail has been a turning point for many prisoners.

She says it’s brought hope, healing and resilience.

That’s one reason she wanted to continue sharing her faith through her music.

Carinity is an outreach of the Queensland Baptists that supports the ‘Inside Out Prison Chaplaincy.

 

 

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