About Anglican Chaplaincy Wellington

History: The Chaplaincy was created in the early 1960’s to meet the pastoral needs of Anglicans, share the Good News of the Gospel and encourage the Lordship of Christ to bear upon the academic life of the university.  In the early 2000’s Ramsey House, home to the Anglican Chaplaincy, began a major makeover transforming the premises into a ministry facility with a deliberately ‘outward looking’ feel about it.  This included the development of a café, a commercial kitchen, new office spaces, a library, and upgraded chapel. 

An intentional Christian flat was started upstairs and has been home to many students for over a decade. 

Anglican Chaplaincy Chapel

Ramsey House has an ethos of openness, hospitality and warmth, as well as encouraging people to consider what a ‘life well-lived’ really consists of. To find out more download this. PDF 353kb

Chapel: The Chapel of the Transfiguration is a sanctuary on the campus offering a place of quiet reflection and meditation, as well as a venue for regular prayer and worship gatherings.

 

Koha Coffee logo webPastoral Care: The Chaplaincy aims to nurture and encourage the spiritual lives of staff and students at VUW.  We also work alongside the University Student support services to provide Christian pastoral care. The Chaplaincy offers hospitality through a welcoming, safe, fun meeting place at Ramsey House where anyone of any background can experience the love and acceptance of Christ. We also provide regular opportunities for prayer and worship within the university including celebrating the Eucharist at Ramsey House, and supporting ecumenical ministry at the university. 

Koha Coffee: Our not-for-profit cafe has that cafe vibe mixed in with the loving welcome of the chaplaincy. We offer the best filter-coffee available on campus (Flight are our suppliers) plus a selection of T2 teas, and hot chocolate. Come in and sit-down or takeaway, and it's all for koha (donation). Also, if you'd like to join our volunteer team and serve coffee for an hour a week to the wonderful people at VUW please contact Karel - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Recording Studio Sep2016

The Studio: We are in the process of setting up a recording studio space, managed by Hamish Dobbie and his team, that is looking to create opportunities for students and graduates to make music recordings. The Studio will utilise the vacated Human FM studio and some of the remaining unused equipment. Although in it's infancy, The Studio is an exciting new initiative for the Anglican Chaplaincy community.