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Trin La Mediation Workshop 9th September flyer here.


August Academy Bulletin here



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DATE CLAIMER:


25th Anniversary of the Academy 

Thursday 30 November 2017
12 noon Thanksgiving Service and
Anniversary Luncheon
at Duchesne College,
College Road, St Lucia 4067

            Prepurchase ticket for meal $40


            For all enquiries:
                    Contact Ray Crompton 0450 526 502

                    rbcrompton@bigpond.com

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MULTIFAITH ACADEMY FOR CHAPLAINCY AND COMMUNITY MINISTRIES INC.
Offering Qualifications in Spiritual Care

Inclusive spiritual care
ABN 60961935780
chaplaincyacademy@gmail.com
PO Box 775, Stones Corner, QLD. 4120.
Office: 54 Marquis Street Greenslopes 4120

Office phone 3393 1847
with answer phone.
MACCM is ACNC Compliant 2017.


MISSION STATEMENT OF THE ACADEMY:


The Multifaith Academy for Chaplaincy and Community Ministries Inc.
is a training organisation
committed to the training and spiritual formation of students
nominated by Christian Churches and other Faith organisations
to operate as Chaplains and spiritual carers
in institutional settings and the community
in the spirit of ecumenism,
having an understanding and respect for all faith groups,
underpinned by the values of respect, justice, love

and compassion.


Our chaplaincy students and Graduate Chaplains
minister to people who come
to hospitals, prisons and other places
where there are people in adversity.
The Academy had its beginning among Christians
but is not owned by any faith tradition and
we strive to better reflect the lived reality
of the community we serve.