• Hannah Phillips

Become a Sports Chaplain on the EP

A Sports Chaplain can play a key role in any sporting club, acting as a neutral person who can help with a range of issues whether they affect an individual, family, or the entire sporting community.

A unique position within a club that does require some training - Sports Chaplaincy Australia (SCA) are bringing this opportunity to the Eyre Peninsula, with SCA Member Roger Johnson visiting Cummins this week.

Roger spoke to Anita on the Country Viewpoint for more information.

The Sports Chaplaincy Course is being held in Cummins, SA on Thursday April 12 - Saturday April 14.

For more info and to get along, contact Roger Johnson on 0429 356 601.

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