Our Values


The role of a chaplaincy is to provide spiritual care and religious well-being. We want to take that call seriously and work with our campuses to love students, finding ways to nurture them in their spiritual wellness. Within the structures of the institutions and the services they provide, we endeavour to further the place of spirituality as crucial to the educational environment. We also want to be the presence and sign post of Jesus Christ within the university and will do so through pastoral care and friendship in a variety of settings.

Connect With Us!

Need to talk with Someone? Book an Appointment with Chaplain Ryan.

You can also come and visit Ryan by dropping in to the Multi Faith Chaplaincy Office between 1-3pm on Mondays & Thursday during regular semester weeks!

Would you like to meet up with a fellow student?

Looking for a quiet place to pray, meditate or space to think? Might we suggest:


Relationship and a sense of belonging are central to the community of Christ. He is the head of a body which has many parts. We want to build relationships with people and hospitable spaces of belonging where all feel loved and welcome. Belonging, friendship and community are central to our campus body. This includes creating hospitable spaces of belonging where people, regardless of belief or no belief, find themselves at home within an environment of curious inquiry.

Community Building Opportunities


We want those who find belonging in our community to experience Jesus and become his disciples. They experience Jesus through outworking of justice and mercy in the life of the community. We invite discipleship through small groups, spiritual disciplines, mentoring and faith filled scholastic inquiry. We endeavour to encourage spiritual growth that understands academic study as a discipleship path to future callings.

Discipleship Opportunities


As students grow as disciples of Jesus, they are invited to consider the calling of God upon their lives.

We invite students to consider how God is calling them to lead in the different spheres of life, be it work, friendships, school or home. We want to help students consider how they might use their gifts to bear witness to Jesus Christ in all areas of life, including their campuses, and to love the Creation as their Creator. 

Leadership Development Opportunities