If you need help, contact (02) 8090 0256

Welcome to ARCC

*** Sydney Strapper of the Year nominations are now closed ***  (Click here for details)

Australian Racing Christian Chaplaincy (ARCC) is an inter-church body that coordinates the provision of chaplains to the racing industry.

Chaplains offer a program of service to all people employed in racing, especially those who work in the stable area. The chaplaincy program helps identify and relieve the short and long-term physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental needs of this community in a holistic and non-judgemental way. 

Chaplaincy services are provided free of charge.

All funding for these services comes from our partners and donors, including:

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If you need assistance, you can get in touch with one of our Chaplains by phone (02) 8090 0256 or email contact@arcc.org.au

Latest News

10 years serving the people of racing

June 29, 2019

ARCC National Chaplain, Rev Colin Watts, this month celebrates 10 years of support to the racing industry. "When I first started, the most frequent comment I heard was 'I never knew we had a chaplain'...

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Sydney Strapper of the Year - Noms open now

June 05, 2019

Nominations for Sydney Strapper of the Year are now open. Nominations close Sat June 22, 2019 Click here for details...

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Annual Racing Fraternity Mass - Sunday 17 March 2019

January 18, 2019

People from all facets of Sydney racing are invited to attend the 2019 Sydney Autumn Carnival Racing Fraternity Mass. The Racing Mass, to be held on Sunday 17 March, 2019 at 11am, is attended by peopl...

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Vale Wayne Trompp

October 31, 2018

Australian Racing Christian Chaplaincy is sad to announce the recent death of Perth-based ARCC chaplain Wayne Trompp following a sudden illness.  Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and frien...

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