University Chaplaincy Centres & Dialogue

Multifaith Chaplaincy & Interfaith Dialogue

 

Contact: William Conwell
Address: University of Southern Queensland, West Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350
Phone: 07 4631 1678
Fax: 07 4631 1674
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Description: The Multifaith Services Centre provides a place for all students and staff of USQ from all cultures and all faiths to worship, reflect, learn and meditate.  The Centre promotes unity in humanity through diversity in faith and culture.

 

Contact: Dr Sven Ostring, Multi-Faith Officer
Address: Multi-faith Services, University Councelling Services,
Bld 109, Bentley Campus, Curtin University of Technology, Kent Street, Bentley, WA, 6102
Phone: 08 9266 2900
Fax: 08 9266 3052
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Description: The Mult-Faith Services provide spiritual support to students and staff at Curtin University. These services are coordinated by the Multi-Faith Officer and provided by a team of visiting chaplains from world religions, including Anglican, Baha'i, Baptist, Buddhist, Pentecostal, Hindu, Islamic, Roman Catholic and Seventh-day Adventist. The services include regular prayer and worship opportunities and religious advocacy.

 

Contact: Anthony Taylor, Chaplains Coordinator
Address: Bld D11, Grose Farm Lane, Camperdown Campus, Sydney University, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 9351 8442
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Contact: Maureen Howland, Executive Secretary
Address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, South Australia, 5001
Phone: 08 8201 3530 
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Description: A first point of contact for staff and students with religious or spiritual needs; Providing pastoral care at a person's point of need; A network of contacts for referral and complimentary support for students and staff; Assisting the campus community at times of celebration, mourning and transition; Contributing to opportunities for personal and community spiritual enrichment; Promoting understanding of diverse religious paths and respect for those of other religious traditions; Ministering to students and staff of the chaplain's own faith, as well as providing support, regardless of faith; Supporting those who are working for social justice, giving priority to the marginalised or disadvantaged.