Our Chaplains and pastoral carers in Residential Aged Care Homes and Anglicare at Home ensure the pastoral care of residents and clients, and their families. Chaplains are a combination of Ordained and Licensed Lay Anglican ministers.

Chaplains and pastoral carers visit residents in our Aged Care Homes as well as providing a variety of pastoral care
events, including a weekly Church service. The Anglicare at Home Pastoral Care Team provide ongoing pastoral
care by visiting clients in their own homes.


In partnership with local Anglican parishes, Anglicare facilitates vibrant communities of Christian fellowship and ministry in each of our Villages.



Our Chaplains in hospitals and mental health care facilities embody the love of Christ to those that they encounter. They generally work with teams of Chaplains from other denominations and faiths, all intent on bringing comfort from their faith traditions.

Our Chaplains seek to assist people and their loved ones to negotiate the hard times of illness; grief; loss; and the changes illness brings into a person’s life.




Our Justice Chaplains have a unique opportunity to promote and proclaim the gospel in Correctional Centres, Juvenile Justice Centres and the Police Force. They provide a Christian presence and offer pastoral support in a variety of ways.

Justice Chaplains find themselves involved in all sorts of conversations. It may be with the prisoner who feels like all hope has been extinguished and wonders if anyone really cares; the prison warden who has just discovered that his wife has cancer; or the police officer who has been plagued by a traumatic incident.

Their ministry involves leading Chapel Services; one to one bible study; or helping in a myriad of practical ways,
mostly listening, building trust, praying and having the wisdom to know when to speak of Jesus Christ.


Our Chaplains and pastoral carers in Residential Aged Care Homes and Anglicare at Home ensure the pastoral care of residents and clients, and their families. Chaplains are a combination of Ordained and Licensed Lay Anglican ministers.

Chaplains and pastoral carers visit residents in our Aged Care Homes as well as providing a variety of pastoral care
events, including a weekly Church service. The Anglicare at Home Pastoral Care Team provide ongoing pastoral
care by visiting clients in their own homes.


In partnership with local Anglican parishes, Anglicare facilitates vibrant communities of Christian fellowship and ministry in each of our Villages.



Our Chaplains in hospitals and mental health care facilities embody the love of Christ to those that they encounter. They generally work with teams of Chaplains from other denominations and faiths, all intent on bringing comfort from their faith traditions.

Our Chaplains seek to assist people and their loved ones to negotiate the hard times of illness; grief; loss; and the changes illness brings into a person’s life.




Our Justice Chaplains have a unique opportunity to promote and proclaim the gospel in Correctional Centres, Juvenile Justice Centres and the Police Force. They provide a Christian presence and offer pastoral support in a variety of ways.

Justice Chaplains find themselves involved in all sorts of conversations. It may be with the prisoner who feels like all hope has been extinguished and wonders if anyone really cares; the prison warden who has just discovered that his wife has cancer; or the police officer who has been plagued by a traumatic incident.

Their ministry involves leading Chapel Services; one to one bible study; or helping in a myriad of practical ways,
mostly listening, building trust, praying and having the wisdom to know when to speak of Jesus Christ.


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