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Multifaith office

The Multifaith Chaplaincy service is available to assist and support your spirituality, to provide care, and foster a sense of community at ECU. You, your faith and traditions are valued and respected as a member of ECU's dynamic, multicultural and multifaith community.

Our chaplains come from a variety of spiritual traditions and offer you:

  • A safe place and listening ear
  • Opportunities to nurture, express and explore your spirituality
  • Links to religious groups and faith communities
  • Care and support in times of uncertainty, crisis and loss
  • A multifaith focus for spiritual life on campus
  • A free and confidential service

Visiting Chaplains

The Visiting Chaplains can offer you spiritual guidance and support. We are experienced religious professionals who are here to support you, to strengthen your sense of community and enrich the quality of life for all.

Campus Name Telephone Email Room Availability
Joondalup Pastor Kyle Richardson
Visiting Chaplain - Seventh-day Adventist Church
0400 330 857 Building 34, Room 245B Thursdays from 10am until 1pm (available at other times if needed)
Rev Dr David Wood
Anglican visiting chaplain
0417 207 217


Mr Zor Hane
Buddhist visiting chaplain
(61 8) 6304 5689
0417 929 375

1.2111 Tuesdays
7.00 pm - 9.00 pm
Edith Cowan House
2nd & 4th
Wednesday of each month
12.00 pm to 2.00 pm
Fr. John-Paul Baalaboun
Catholic visiting chaplain
(61 8) 9301 4111 Building 34, Room 245B Tuesday & Wednesday
(located at 85 Boas Avenue, Joondalup)
Thursday & Fridays
All day
Mount Lawley Rev Dr David Wood
Anglican visiting chaplain
(61 8) 9370 6553
0417 207 217

Mr Zor Hane
Buddhist visiting chaplain
(61 8) 9370 6553
0417 929 375

18.101 1st & 3rd
Wednesday of each month
12.00 pm to 2.00 pm

Pastor Simon van Bruchem
Presbyterian Visiting Chaplain

0432 620 195 s.vanbruchem@

8.114 Mondays
1.00 pm to 3.00 pm


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