Chaplaincy Support – Hospitals & Aged Care

Carinity chaplains play a significant role in the holistic wellbeing of residents, hospital patients, people in prison, staff and their families.  As an integral part of health care or correctional teams, they bring hope, spiritual care and support in times of need, or simply provide a listening ear and company when required.

Ministering to people of all faiths and of no faith, Carinity chaplains, most of whom are volunteers, provide devotional and worship services, funeral and memorial services, or referrals for people to make contact with other services or organisations.

Chaplaincy support is available in all Carinity Aged Care communities, to our senior clients living in their own home supported by Carinity Home Care, and in hospitals across Queensland.

If you have an enquiry, or would like a visit from one of our chaplains for yourself or a loved one, please complete the form below, and we will be in touch.

Please understand that as most chaplains are volunteers there are often more people in need than chaplains available. However, we will always do our best, and usually can make a way, to be there for you or your loved one.

Chaplain Testimonial - Grant Nelson

 “For me, things like sharing a meal can be incredibly spiritual. When I meet people in the wards sometimes we will just talk through their issues, pray or read scripture which is what people usually see chaplains doing. I also do things that are important to each person individually.”