The Chaplain’s role is primarily to minister to students, staff and families of the College. This is achieved through both pastoral care and fostering the emotional and spiritual growth of students – both in individual and small group initiatives, supporting the Christian Studies program, leading Chapel and worship services, partnering with the College Counsellor, and close support of teaching and other staff in their work with students.

My three children have thrived learning in a Christian community. Guided and nurtured they were able to become the best version of themselves. Everyone is accepted for their own unique gifts and talents. There is ample opportunities to demonstrate and foster these attributes with the support of Prince of Peace. — Mrs H

Introducing our College Chaplain, Reilly Brown

My name is Reilly Brown, and I am the College Chaplain at Prince of Peace.

I have had the joy of working with young people in the ministry contexts of school chaplaincy, outdoor education, in-school leadership training programs, group facilitation, pastoral counselling and local church planting. In these roles, I have enjoyed fostering a community culture that cultivates positive relationships, perpetuates a sense of belonging and involves the deep sharing of God’s grace and love, and the great purpose He has in place for us.

As College Chaplain, I am involved in creating and providing pathways for students and families to explore their questions of life and faith, enrich others with their unique gifts and generous service, excel at being themselves, and reach their God-given potential. I enjoy collaborating with the wonderful student leaders of the College, giving students a voice in mission and outreach, and empowering the next generation of leaders. I am deeply passionate in catering to the social, emotional and spiritual needs of young people, and work alongside College staff to best support both the student and their family.

I am based across both the Junior and Middle/Senior Campuses, if you feel I can support your family and/or your child in any way, please do reach out to your child’s pastoral care or class teacher, or feel free to connect with me on Campus.