What is a Community Chaplain?
A chaplain is a trusted, authentic, caring person. They are trained in pastoral care to assist communities, providing genuine pastoral care.
Life Bridge Community Chaplains…
- are volunteers
- are guests
- serve their community with pastoral care
- see their role as an honour
- are authentic Christian men and women
- are trained in pastoral care
- commit to a professional code of conduct
Who is Life Bridge Community Chaplaincy?
Life Bridge Community Chaplaincy is an interdenominational ministry that is committed to “being there…” as salt and light serving the community in public spaces. Life Bridge Community Chaplaincy functions in association and in cooperation with Sporting Chaplaincy Australia.
The goal of this new community service is to have trained volunteer chaplains available in public spaces to simply “be there”. The phrase that describes the purpose of the chaplain is “Here for you…”