Most of our chaplains volunteer at the University two hours a week during regular terms and have full-time positions in local church bodies. During the Spring term, they offer a shorter set of regular hours on campus Monday to Thursday. The Chapel Space does not have regular hours during the summer.
All of our chaplains are appointed by local organizations and faith communities, go through a training process, and work closely with UNBC Student Services.
Alan van der Woerd serves as a full-time chaplain at UNBC through the generosity of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
He will be happy to help you connect with faith groups or address your concerns and questions as best he can. You can reach him at 250-960-5285 or email@example.com.
- Beth Brown, International Student Ministries (member of Central Fellowship Baptist Church)
- Owen Brown, International Student Ministries (member of Central Fellowship Baptist Church)
- Reigan Brown, Pastor (Central Fellowship Baptist Church)
- Victor Folorunso, Pastor (The Redeemed Christian Church of God)
- Len Fraser, Rector (Grace Anglican Church)
- Dan Hoffman, Pastor (Fort George Baptist Church)
- Frank Jamin, Prison Chaplain (member of the Roman Catholic Diocese)
- Sue Lee, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (member of Westwood Mennonite Brethren Church)
- Troy Lee, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (member of Westwood Mennonite Brethren Church)
- Cal Malena, Pastor (First Baptist Church)
- Pat McDonald, Pastor (First Baptist Church)
- Katharine Michie, Ordained Minister (member of St. Giles Presbyterian Church)
- Andrew Milton, Youth Pastor (College Heights Baptist Church)
- Tim Osiowy, Pastor (Gateway Christian Ministries)
- Rich Phillips, Pastor (Prince George Pentecostal Church)
- Geoff Quaedvlieg (member of Timbers Community Church)
- Miracle Reed, Pastor (Timbers Community Church)
- Rob Smith, Pastor (Knox United Church)
- Sr Jude van Baalen (The Roman Catholic Community)
- Charlotte Wenninger (Prince George Baha’í Community)
- Frank Wood, Rector (Quesnel Anglican Church)