Aboriginal Chaplains for Melbourne

AN ANSWER TO THE GREAT NEED OF PASTORAL CARE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN MELBOURNE - Launched recently by Rev. Neville Lilley of the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship CHAPLAINS FOR MELBOURNE are community support workers who serve the Indigenous people in hospitals, schools, prisons. PLEASE SUPPORT with prayer and finance. For further information contact AEF Family & Youth Services Phone: 03 9890-2615 Fax: 03 9898-9911, Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

THE VISION for these chaplains is seeing Indigenous people

  • Overcome the impacts of marginalization, evidenced in poor health and education, unemployment, drug and alcohol abuse, violence and other destructive behaviour
  • Empowered to live fulfilling and productive lives in Australian society.

These will be Chaplains to Youth, to Women and Hospital and Funeral Chaplains

Because of the emotional drain this ministry involves, it is important that the Chaplain

  • Be connected to the Aboriginal Evangelical Church in Melbourne
  • Connect to a mainstream church for added support and encouragement
  • Connect to a personal support group and prayer chain
  • Establish a mentor, which could include a local leader, elder or colleague

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 September 2006 08:51

 

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