Bush Chaplaincy in the outback of Australia.
Our Bush Chaplains are constantly on the road spanning 86% of the country; visiting people on isolated properties, Aboriginal communities, mine sites and small communities.
People who live in the remote areas of Australia are isolated and often doing it tough. When times are hard and people don’t have neighbours close by who do they have to talk to and find support from? Bush chaplains drop in and have time for a coffee and a chat, find out how they’re going, lend a hand, be of service and just be a support.
It’s an important role for those in our country who can experience the effects of drought, loneliness, isolation and stresses of running a farm in difficult times. Bush Chaplains offer practical, pastoral and spiritual support.
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