For the past 6 years Professor Andrew Parker from the School of Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire (UoG) has been researching and training students in sports chaplaincy from all around the globe. He recently launched the latest MA sports chaplaincy program out of Cardiff University.
Recent news from the Board of Sports Chaplaincy New Zealand announcing that CEO Ross Georgiou and his family will be moving to Germany next month.
Long serving Essendon AFL Chaplain Allan Dunn was presented with SCA Life Membership at this years Compassion Australia and SCA Champions Dinner at the MCG.
If you’ve lived in Perth, Western Australia over the past 20 years and had leaky taps there’s a good chance you would have heard of the “Singing Plumber”. Motor Racing Chaplain Terry ‘Dorro’ Dorrington, affectionately know as the ‘singing plumber’ because of his love for singing on the job, has pretty much seen it all… Come and hear Terry’s story at this years’ Champions Dinner at the MCG on Wednesday May 31.
SCA has partnered with ACS Financial so you can now take out car, home, or landlord insurance that makes a difference.
New research by McCrindle reveals forty-nine percent (49%) of Aussies who were asked “Why they had no religion?” said they preferred ‘Science and evidence based’ understanding.
60 Minutes recently ran a story on the rise of young men taking their own lives. Many of whom were involved in sports communities. Tragically, suicide among men is at all-time highs with 6 men taking their lives each day in Australia.
SBS Insight takes a look at Life After Sport. Former Australian champions come together to share laughs, tears, and their stories about life after sport.