Harlow College : Princess Alexandra Hospital : Harlow Air Cadets | St Clare's Hospice


Harlow College Chaplains Mauricio & Sibele Colussi

We are originally from Brazil and have been serving as youth pastors at Gateway Freedom Church for over 10 years now. The opportunity to serve as chaplains in Harlow College came in January 2016 and it has been an amazing journey with great challenges and rewards.

As chaplains, our role is to serve the spiritual, wellbeing and welfare needs of all students and staff. Working alongside the Counselling and Safeguarding team we aim to offer support and advice to students and staff whatever their religious belief or cultural background.

With over 8,000 students and staff, the college is a village in itself and countless are the opportunities to encourage and support those who are part of it.

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PAH Chaplain Christian Okeke

Revd Christian Okeke leads the Chaplaincy services at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, Harlow. He relocated from North of the border with his family in 2015 to support The Princess Alexandra Hospital in delivering an agenda focussed on achieving excellence. The Hospital Chaplaincy department is charged with the spiritual and pastoral care of patients, their relatives and the staff members.

Christian can be contacted on 01279 444 455 Ext 2717 or on his pager via the switchboard or 



Harlow Air Cadets Chaplain

I am Tony Mayes and I am the Pastor of Harlow Baptist Church   

In my role as Chaplain to the Harlow Air Cadets, I regularly attending parades at the Air

Cadets centre in Old Rd, where around 40 young people are cadets.  I also get involved with whatever is required including providing pastoral support for the Squadron and supporting the Squadron by holding "Padres" sessions teaching on morals, ethics and aspects of the Christian Faith as part of the training program.


St Clare's Hospice Chaplain

I am Chaplain at St Clare Hospice seeking to promote spiritual care to patients and their families.  This involves much listening and helping people reflect on their core beliefs and meanings in their life.

Part of a multidiscipline team I work with counsellors and social workers to provide holistic care to people of all faiths and none. 

Christian Minister I network with faith leaders across the area so that we can offer person centred care.

I am interested in creating opportunities to engage with the wider community in spiritual conversations.