Each student from Year 7 to 10 has a period of Christian Studies per week and every student attends a weekly Chapel service. All students are expected to attend and be involved. As ASC is a Christian College, students are enrolled on the understanding that they will be involved in Chapel and classes, and exemption on religious grounds is not granted. The Chapel services reflect our Anglican tradition of Christian worship. There is an annual Confirmation Service and introduction to First Communion.

Boarders also attend Chapel on the weekend. A variety of services are held for Boarders’ Chapel - from Holy Communion to less formal ‘In-House Chapels’. Some services are held in the morning, some in the evening. Dress for Sunday service is ‘neat casual’. On Wednesday mornings there is a voluntary Holy Communion service at 8:15 am for staff. Each week the Chaplain visits one of the Boarding Houses. This allows the Chaplain to talk with boarders in a less structured and informal setting. Boarders are also invited to the Chaplain’s Suppers.

Students are given the opportunity to assist in services through readings, giving talks, leading prayers and being part of the Chapel musical program. The Chaplain encourages students from all religious backgrounds to use Chapel time for personal reflection and learning. The Chaplain lives on site and is always happy to have students visit. The Chaplain’s office is in Foundation Block. He is available to support students, parents and staff and can be contacted on the College number 6332 7332.




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