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Specialised disability and seniors housing for Crows Nest

One of the greatest anxieties for parents who care for their son or daughter with a disability is what will happen as they get older and it becomes ha... Read more

An innovative approach to supporting volunteers and people living with dementia

A new project is helping people living with dementia and the volunteers who are supporting them. The Active Volunteers in Dementia (AViD) pilot res... Read more

Over 2,000 quilts in 10 years for kids in care

As we mark Child Protection Week (4-10 September), there is one group who are providing comfort to children in our care. Most children in foster ca... Read more

Rural chaplain connects communities with support

For the past 18 months Mark Wall has spearheaded a Rural Chaplaincy service in the South Burnett region. "A rural chaplain is not a counsellor... Read more

Cowboys visit fans at St James

Residents at our St James Retirement Village in Townsville were excited to have a visit from some of their local heroes, hosting players from the 2015... Read more

A simple question to bring hope

Each day, our Community Chaplains are out in their communities listening, talking and providing hope. By asking the simple question ‘are you... Read more

Sanctuary Model re-certified

Within our Children, Youth and Families services, the Sanctuary model provides a framework for caring for children. It has revolutionised the care and... Read more

Physios see immediate results for people with a disability in Vanuatu

Ben and Ros Aspinall have been volunteering with Churches of Christ Medical Santo, delivering much needed physical therapy care for people living with... Read more

Rural Health Visitation Project in Vanuatu

Churches of Christ Medical Santo recently took part in a project with the overall aim of improving resistance to and the awareness of key disease amon... Read more

Help Community Chaplains help those in need

Social isolation can occur in many different forms, often in the least likely of places. When our community chaplain Michael first met Jane she was in... Read more