Our chaplains work in the public hospitals in Western Sydney to provide emotional, spiritual and sacramental support to patients, their families and staff.
The experience of being in hospital can often mean being surrounded by illness, pain and despair. For patients and their families this can be a time of anxiety and stress. For others it is a time of spiritual questioning/connection. Our chaplains are there to provide a range of supports
- Having someone to listen and sit with
- Having someone to pray with
- Helping you through grief and loss
- Helping you explore your spirituality
We have a number of religious and lay chaplains working in the hospitals and priests are available to provide the sacraments when requested.
Our chaplains work as part of an interfaith network, working alongside other chaplains from many other faith groups.
Our chaplains visit men and women in prisons and correctional centres in Western Sydney, The chaplains listen, connect and endeavour to understand and comfort those who might otherwise feel abandoned. They also support inmate's families and as well as staff.
Our chaplains provide
- Compassionate, confidential and non-judgemental listening
- Prayer and spiritual nourishment
- Weekly services
We have a number of religious and lay staff working in the Prisons and Correctional Centres. Our chaplains work as part of an interfaith network, working alongside other chaplains from many other faith groups.
Where: Various Hospital’s and Prison’s in Western Sydney. Office situated at 51-59 Allawah Street, Blacktown NSW 2148
Contact: For information phone (02) 8843 2500