The Canon Jones Memorial Chapel stands at the heart of the School. We use our fine chapel for prayer and worship.
Students, staff and parents, seeking peace, contemplation and a place to ‘rest awhile', visit the Chapel during the day.
House and Year groups run regular services and the Eucharist, celebrated at least once a week, is open for anyone to attend.
In line with the School's tenets of Spiritual Awareness and Community Service, the Chapel Guild encourages the boys to learn and take on the roles of Crucifer, Acolyte and altar server at Chapel services.
Boys and young men, from Prep through to Senior School, volunteer to be a part of the Chapel Guild. Boys and young men dedicated to being a part of the Chapel Guild are invited to represent the School at wider community and Diocesan events.
Sacristans, Chapel Wardens and Captains
Sacristans are traditionally people who are charged with the care of a Church and its contents. Young men in Year 9 can participate in the School's community services programme and assist with the behind-the-scenes operations of the School Chapel. A small group of Year 9 boys meet on Monday afternoons to clean and look after the Chapel linen, vestments and silverware. There is also an opportunity for young men to learn about the traditions and teachings of the Church.
For more information, please contact:
Fr Bryan Gadd, Senior Chaplain
(07) 3896 2281
Fr Ian Mundy, Associate Chaplain
(07) 3896 6451