What is a chaplain?

A chaplain is a person who, in their capacity as a member of a religious organisation, provides pastoral care to people in need.

The Anglican Church supports chaplains in a variety of contexts, including Health and Aged Care, Schools, Tertiary education, and prison.

If you are looking for prayer, care and support for yourself or a loved one, please use the links below to find a chaplain in the appropriate context, or contact your local parish.

 

 Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Melbourne

 
 

 Contact us

 

Chaplains' Coordinator
Revd Stephen Delbridge

209 Flinders Lane
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel: (03) 9653 4220
chaplaincy@melbourneanglican.org.au

 

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