Chaplain

Christian Pastoral Support Worker

Jason Buckland

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St Martins Lutheran College offers a voluntary chaplaincy service to all students and staff at the College.  The chaplain is generally available during the school day but can also be contacted via mobile phone if urgent.  The role of the chaplain is to be a listening ear to members of the St Martins community, and to assist wherever possible.

Occasionally the chaplain will run programs for individual students, or groups of students to assist in wellbeing.  Appointments for the chaplain can be made via the office or email chaplain@stmartins.sa.edu.au.

 

The role of Chaplain at SMLC is partly funded by the Federal Government National Chaplaincy Grant Program and as such student participation in chaplaincy programs is entirely voluntary.