Welcome To Our WebsiteChaplaincy Australia is the ACC's network of Chaplains delivering support and care across every aspect of Australian society. We deliver professional, equipped and motivated Chaplains into all industries and response agencies. We desire to see Chaplains released and attached to every interest group in Australia. Wherever people are, a Chaplain can make a difference! Learn More
CHAPLAINCY IN YOUR STATE
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The different realms of Chaplaincy require various forms of interpretation and skill-sets to perform in the role suitably.
Take for example, the difference between a Chaplain placed in Emergency Services where Trauma Counselling..
Wherever there are groups of people, there is a great opportunity for a Chaplain to be!
Chaplaincy Australia is a department of the Australian Christian Churches (AOG) and comprises of a …
For some it will be schools, hospitals, sports teams, homeless shelters, Aged Care Facilities, Prisons and Juvenile Justice Facilities or other community groups. The truth is …
Update from our National Director
NSW Chaplaincy Conference 2019
When: Thursday 5th Sept (evening) and Friday 6th Sept
Additional Professional Development Workshops available Thursday 5th and Saturday 7th
Where: CROWNE PLAZA TERRIGAL - Our exciting new venue!
A BRAND NEW CONFERENCE FOR A BRAND NEW SEASON!!
NSW Chaplaincy Conference 2019
On May 10, Sharna, Chaplain in the Arts Industry held a Fashion Night Of Prayer event for people involved in the Fashion Industry in the lead up to Fashion Week. This event was attended by Fashion professionals, including event staff &...
I worked as Contracts Manager at Hutchinson Builders for 11 years and terminated my contracts role there to enter fulltime role as Senior Pastor in August 2013 Upon leaving, my manager ,who isn’t a religious man, suggested...
It may not have been the most significant decision made by former Prime Minister John Howard but, after 10 years, the public school chaplaincy program he introduced still makes a difference in the lives of 2000 students each week. Mr Howard knows this because he sat...
Living Waters Church located in the heart of Tumbulgum in the north of NSW. Following the largest flood on record, the Village, the Church & manse grounds were all flooded. After cleaning up the Living Waters Church, the congregation then helped the Local...
Brett Cobby is a NSW Ambulance Chaplain, based in the Hunter Region. “There are many aspects to this voluntary role,” Brett said. “The support that an Ambulance Chaplain provides could mean attending the scene of an incident to help Paramedics, victims, family members...
Congratulations to Gary Ring for receiving his 15 year service medal!! Pastor Gary Ring recently received his 15 year service medal for his work at Long Bay Correctional Service Facility. Gary is one of longest serving chaplains and he is a credit to the Lord and to...
5 Months - 5 March to 5 August 2019
The CA Five Challenge is designed to raise funds to assist Chaplaincy Australia to continue to support people through life, to discover, develop and deploy chaplains and to raise additional funds for special chaplaincy projects.
CA Five Challenge Participants aim to raise at least $500 in donations through sponsorship to undertake a 5km walk. CA Five Challenge participants can choose to do extra e.g. 5 x 5km for additional donations. All donations to Chaplaincy Australia via the CA Five Challenge over $2 are tax deductible.
If you would like to donate to the CA Five Challenge you can give here:
- Provide a safe environment for people to share their feelings
- Help people work through life issues
- Are confidential and caring
- Assist in times of crisis
If you would like information on how to place a Chaplain in your organisation please contact us…
Do you need a supervisor? Do you want to be a Chaplaincy Australia recognised supervisor?
wants to help you
impact your community!
Raise up Chaplains
and stand with
your community on
their worst day.
Upskill your Chaplains
and Pastoral Team
with a one day training course.
(Domestic Violence, Grief and Loss,
Alcohol & Other Drugs, Mental Health)
Chaplains are making a difference to Australian Society - one person at a time.
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