Wonthaggi and Inverloch ICC

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‘The Christian churches of Wonthaggi & Inverloch work together on multiple events & programs throughout the year, making our community a better place!’
The Wonthaggi-Inverloch Inter-Church Council is a collaborative structure formed by the Christian Churches in the Bass Coast area.

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St George’s, McBride Ave, Wonthaggi
Church of the Ascension, 4-6 The Crescent, Inverloch
Office: 1-3, Hagelthorn St, Wonthaggi
Graeme Liersch, graemel@basscoastanglican.org.au
03 5672 5002; 03 5672 4590

2 Broome Crescent Wonthaggi, VIC 3995
(03) 5672 4949

St Joseph’s
27 – 29 Dowling St, Wonthaggi
Our Lady Star of The Sea
Scarborough St, Inverloch

149 McKenzie Street Wonthaggi, VIC 3995
(03) 5672 1228

Inverloch Uniting Church
3-5 Williams Street, Inverloch VIC 3996
Wendy Elson, Minister
0411 092 288, elsonwendy@gmail.com
Bev Phillips, Secretary, 0408 502 707
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The Pastoral Care volunteer program is a partnership between Bass Coast Health and Wonthaggi-Inverloch Inter-Church Council.
It aims to minister to the needs of the members of the faith communities it represents, and to reach out in care to those who have a different faith tradition, or no specific religious identity. In this, the Council recognises and values the innate spirituality that is natural for human beings, and seeks to support and accompany each person on his or her unique spiritual journey, especially in times of illness, suffering and death.
The Pastoral Care Coordinator position receives support and guidance from the Pastoral Care Management Committee (PCMC) consisting of two representatives each from the Inter-Church Council and Bass Coast Health and one representative from Spiritual Health Victoria from which a seeding grant to assist in the establishment of the program was received.
Spiritual care at Bass Coast Health is mostly provided by a generous and dedicated team of pastoral care volunteers. Pastoral Care offers a safe setting to explore spiritual and emotional aspects of life, which often come up in times of illness and crisis from an understanding that spirituality is common to all people; it is about meaning and hope in life, connections with yourself, others and the world around us.
03 5671 3179

Treasurer: Lance Perryman, perryman@aanet.com.au