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    The Chaplaincy

    Supporting the airport community

    The Chaplaincy Service exists to provide:

    • Support to all airport staff, management, aircrew and the many organisations onsite by listening, visiting and providing emotional and spiritual support across all faiths and belief systems.
    • A helpful resource to people facing special needs, stress or loss, including passengers.
    • Chaplaincy support is provided in the event of a major airport incident.
    The Chaplaincy Team
    The multifaith Chaplaincy team: Captain Martyn Scrimshaw (Full time), Mary Holloway, Sharon Chowdary, Majors Graeme and Helen McClimont and Major Chris Black.


    Prayer Room

    The prayer rooms are open 24/7 and located on the ground floor between Terminals T2 and T3 and inside International Departures after passport control.Martyn, the coordinating chaplain, comes with over fifteen years of experience within The Salvation Army as well as nearly ten years as a volunteer chaplain with Victoria Police.  He passionately advocates for holistic care, seeking justice with regard to human rights and welfare.  He is supported by a very experienced team skilled in personal and practical care.

    Chaplaincy office is located on Level 2 in Terminal 2
    Melbourne Airport
    Tel: +61 3 9297 1488
    Email: [email protected]

     

    About the Chaplaincy:

    Melbourne Airport Management (APAM) have partnered with The Salvation Army to provide and maintain the chaplaincy service.

    Chaplaincy is designed to provide holistic emotional and spiritual support to both staff and passengers.

    The service is independent, impartial and absolutely confidential.

    The service can be contacted 24/7 on 9297 1488.
     
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    We are also members of the International Association of Ci   vil Aviatio    n Ch       aplains 

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