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Welcome to The Bunbury Street Chaplains web site. Bunbury Street Chaplains are volunteers who come from a wide variety of Christian churches. The aim is to be Good Samaritans to those in need. Each chaplain undergoes an extensive training course and is required to hold current Apply First Aid (Senior First Aid) and Working with Children Check certification. Chaplains are both male and female, and come from all cultures and nationalities. The organisation is a testimony to unity in diversity. First Aid, providing water bottles, hand wipes and escorting people to taxis are a few of the responsibilities the Street Chaplains fulfill throughout the night on the streets. Often aiding the highly intoxicated or working alongside Police Officers, the Street Chaplains provide care to those who have suffered harm or are lonely and in need. Love others as you would love yourself "Jesus Christ"Read More
What do we do? Street Chaplains are active in promoting peace, particularly through the provision of pastoral care. Street chaplains work alongside the existing network of support within Bunbury, which includes the Bunbury Police The activities undertaken by street chaplains may include, but are...Read More
Our Vision The vision of the Street Chaplains is to provide a safe environment for patrons to enjoy a night out without fear of harm. The aim is to be Good Samaritans to those in need, not preaching at people, but simply to care, protect and ensure patrons get home safely. The simple agenda is to l...Read More
Join Street Chaplaincy is about being present when life gets overwhelming. Chaplaincy is supremely about caring for others without strings attached. Its not about speaking at people, but being alongside, often listening, at times offering assistance to people. To become a Street Chaplain you...Read More