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Ormiston College is a coeducational, non-denominational Christian School based on Christian values and the Chaplain plays an important role at the College. As part of the Student Support Services Team, the Chaplain plays a key pastoral care role within the school community and works with the Guidance Counsellors and Staff in the provision of Student Welfare support.

The Chaplain provides services including:

Student Access to Our Chaplain

On a voluntary basis some students may wish to access the Chaplain through a one-on-one appointment. As is the case when making an appointment with other members of the Student Support Services Team, initial contact can be made via email on or by making a request at the Student Support Services office.

Chaplaincy Support

Chaplaincy is primarily a service of pastoral care within the College community. The Chaplain's focus is to provide guidance and support for students; however, the service is also available to families, staff and wider school community.

The Ormiston College Chaplaincy Committee comprises representatives from the College Executive, Parent Body, Staff and the Chaplain. This group is charged with the responsibility of the development and implementation of the operational plan of the Chaplaincy. Feedback from the community can be directed through this group. In addition to the Ormiston College Chaplaincy Committee, the Parents and Friends Association have created a Chaplaincy Support Group. As such, the Ormiston College Chaplaincy Support Group reports to the Parents and Friends Association. The Chaplaincy Support Group plays a vital role in supporting Chaplaincy by providing a range of human and financial resources. Parents who wish to become involved in or provide feedback to the Chaplaincy Committee should contact the Parents and Friends Association.


This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment, and Workplace Relations under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.


The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

Contact the Chaplain

To make an appointment or to talk to the College Chaplain:
Phone: +61 7 3821 8999