Prison Chaplaincy

Prison Chaplains

Anglican prison chaplaincy is a ministry of pastoral and spiritual care offered to those incarcerated within the eleven correctional centres located within the Diocese. It is a ministry delivered by a small but dedicated group of voluntary lay people.

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Volunteer to
Visit Prisoners

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Learn Pastoral
Care Skills

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Pray for
Prison Chaplaincy

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Make a
Donation

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Contact

To get involved or for general enquiries, please contact the Diocesan Chaplaincy Services Manager:

Sally Isles
Diocesan Chaplaincy Services Manager
Phone 0437 761 304
Email sisles@anglicanchurchsq.org.au

Inquiring about a prisoner or seeking for a chaplain to make a personal visit?

If you would like a Chaplain to make a visit to a relative or friend who is spending time in one of Queensland’s correctional facilities, please contact the Chaplaincy Services Manager, Sally Isles, on 0437 761 304 who will organise the visit to take place. For the centres where an Anglican Chaplain is not currently placed, the coordinator will arrange with a Chaplain from within our ecumenical team to make the visit.

To locate a prisoner a ‘Prisoner Enquiries Phone Line’ has been established by Queensland Corrective Services – phone 07 3227 6055. This service is available from 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 5 pm weekdays. Alternatively, information can be accessed by emailing prisonerlocations@dcs.qld.gov.au