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Below you will find articles of interest, links to stories about chaplaincy and more.

$2500 raised for Cohuna Chaplaincy

By |June 19th, 2018|Categories: Articles|

CHAPLAINCY will continue at Cohuna Secondary College thanks to support from the Leitchville Bunyip Sporting Club. The school’s annual golf day was a roaring success, raising $1750 thanks to help from the Bunyips.

NSCP Evaluation Report

By |June 1st, 2018|Categories: Articles|

The Commonwealth Government commissioned an evaluation of the NSCP. It found majority support for the continuation and expansion of the program. The final conclusion reads: In conclusion, the evaluation indicates the NSCP is considered to effectively support [...]

Clarification needed from Labor on NSCP

By |May 31st, 2018|Categories: Articles|

In an apparent departure from established bi-partisan support, Senator Doug Cameron indicated that Labor could scrap the program. The National School Chaplaincy Association has issued a call for Labor to clarify their position. Click on heading [...]

Chaplaincy provides comfort

By |February 15th, 2018|Categories: Articles|

A great article that shows why Chaplaincy should continue to be supported by Federal and State Governments and the community as a whole. Read more here    

Crowd digs deep for sale

By |July 14th, 2017|Categories: Articles|

Mooroopna Anglican Church parishioners dug deep to donate hundreds of items for the church’s annual garage sale last weekend. More than 500 people flooded through the doors early on Saturday morning to raise $4300 for [...]

16 Years and going strong!

By |July 6th, 2017|Categories: Articles|

Chaplain Liz Spicer receives award for 16 years service at Kyabram. http://www.riverineherald.com.au/regional/2017/07/05/98039/recognition-for-chaplain-liz

The Budget and School Chaplaincy

By |April 25th, 2017|Categories: Articles|

Understanding the budget and its relationship to School Chaplaincy. If the NSCP is set at about $60 million per year, it comes out of a Commonwealth revenue stream of about $357 billion or just 0.01729% [...]