SCA is thrilled to announce the appointment of a new National Director, Michael Pailthorpe. Michael officially takes up his role on 12th March 2018.
SCA Staff: “Who’s who in the zoo” As we move towards the next exciting chapter of the Sports Chaplaincy Australia journey, there have been some changes in roles for our…
Can I say it’s been an amazing journey and honour to serve as National Director these past 12 and a half years! Thank you so much to our many donors, family and friends for your rock-solid support and encouragement.
We are thrilled to inform you that SCA was able to train 41 trainee chaplains in Papua New Guinea recently. With sports academy staff and competition bosses keen to grow it throughout PNG sport.
On the back of the Bendigo Bank’s “BE THE CHANGE” ad campaign where customers are asked whether they want to see what difference their support makes, Sports Chaplaincy Australia was awarded the banks’ inaugural Strengthening the Community Philanthropic Award this week.
SCA has been engaged by the 2017 Rugby League World Cup team to provide over 21 chaplains to this years competition being played in venues across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Sports Chaplaincy New Zealand Chairman Martyn Norrie announced today that former UK based St Helens Rugby League Football Club (Saints) chaplain Phil Pawley as the new SCNZ agency leader in February 2018.
Sports Chaplaincy Australia visited Port Lincoln from September 11 to 13 to provide training for local Sports Chaplains in the area. Minister’s Association chairman Pastor Rob Schubert of the Lutheran Church said it was another example of Christian churches in Port Lincoln cooperating in order to serve their community.