Chaplaincy and Wellbeing

Logan Village

Chaplaincy and Wellbeing

Pastor Sue Sweeney is the Families Pastor for King’s Christian College Logan Village, as well as being the Campus Pastor for King’s Church Logan Village.

King's Christian College Logan Village has a team of chaplains led by Mr Peter Malcolm and includes:

-       Mr Noah Hanrahan (also the Kids’ Pastor for King’s Church Logan Village)

-       Ms Jade Meyers (also Primary Administration Assistant)

-       Mrs Ange Genge (also the King’s Outside of School Hours Care (KOSHC) Coordinator).

 Chaplains ‘champion’ our student body, providing pastoral care and extra support for any student needing a ‘listening ear’ or specific encouragement. They also assist with running various programs that enrich school life such as chapels, interactive Christian Living classes, lunchtime activities and leadership training for boys and girls. With a strong emphasis on character development at King's, our team of chaplains lead students in discovering Jesus and how to model our lives on Him.

Pastor Sue Sweeney has been a part of King’s family from the early days of the Pimpama campus. She is a trained teacher and has a passion to see people and children reached and impacted with the life-giving message of the Gospel. She also has a heart for building community.

Sue’s husband Garnet also works for King’s and is on the Senior Management team as the Maintenance Engineering Manager. They have three children aged 22, 19 and 13 (Naomi is is in Year 8 at King’s Pimpama). Sue works across the Pimpama and Logan Village campuses and loves connecting with parents at the Parent Coffees, Chapel and Beyond.

Mr Peter Malcolm has been serving at King’s since 1997 beginning as a classroom teacher and moving to Chaplaincy in 2005. He is passionate about sharing the Gospel in creative and engaging ways that make a life-long impact on generations of young people.

He is married to Hope (who teaches Music at the Pimpama campus) and together they have three boys aged 15, 13 and 10. Peter works across all three King’s primary campuses and looks forward to every Thursday when he spends time at Logan Village campus!