We take great pride in introducing our Salvation Army sponsored CPS Chaplains . Aimee and Scott Noakes Both are passionate about helping families thrive not just survive.
Salvation Army Services: The Salvation Army has been a social service provider in New Zealand for over 100 years. Please note, although Scott and Aimee are Church Ministers within The Salvation Army, Chaplaincy itself is 'support that is carried out without discrimination. It is about helping people find their own way in life, not about helping them follow ours.
Availability: Scott and/or Aimee are available throughout the week for sit-down chats. They will also be on the school grounds at pick-up time, most afternoons, and invite you to tap them on the shoulder and say hi. They also welcome you to connect with them via the contact avenues below.
Scott Noakes Email email@example.com
Aimee Noakes Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Positive Lifestyle Programme (PLP): An 8wk, one-on-one programme for adults to move through with their Chaplain. It covers a variety of topics including anger, depression, stress, grief, and self-esteem.
Advocacy: For those needing support for life situations or meetings.
Food Bank: For those families struggling to make ends meet, we can arrange a time to meet and get food support. This can help with unexpected bills/financial expenses. We can work with you in the short or long term as you work your way through financial difficulty. We can also tap into other services within our agency and other social agencies to help with things like uniforms, stationery, and BYOD devices.
Playgroup: For families with preschool-aged children. The service runs every Thursday during school terms, 9.30 am - 11 am at 27 Williamson Street, Cambridge. (Unfortunately, Playgroup will not be running under RED traffic light system.
We do not offer every service but we can help you find the support you need.
To view our national church website, click here.
To help you gain more clarity around Chaplaincy, here you will find a short youtube clip on the role of the Chaplain at Kelston Boys High, NZ.
Here you will find a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding, between Cambridge Primary School and The Salvation Army regarding Chaplaincy at CPS.