L’Arche Adelaide

About our Community

L’Arche supporters in Adelaide first met in 2013.

We were drawn together by a common vision of establishing community for people with and without intellectual disability. We became incorporated in 2015 and accorded project status by L’Arche International.

We had opened our first community home in January 2022. We value the support of St Francis of Assisi Anglican Church, Clarence Gardens. Community gatherings are held regularly at St Francis; our community weekend occurs every January.

 

You’re welcome to attend gatherings, become a community supporter, volunteer or a community assistant.

Please click the link below to read our latest newsletter.

https://www.larche.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/LArche-Adelaide-Newsletter-November-2022.pdf

 

Please click the link below to check our vacancy announcement.

https://www.larche.org.au/vacancy-announcement-for-position-of-house-assistants/

Community Leader

Tracy Tohl

Board Chair

Rev. Dr. Trevor Whitney

NDIS Registration

4-GOYJYAV

L’Arche Adelaide offers the following NDIS Supports – Supported Independent Living; Social and Community Participation, Life skill development, Respite and Short Term Accommodation. Also in collaboration with St Francis of Assisi Anglican Church we offer activities through their Community Centre. We welcome your inquiry to see if we may be a good fit for you.

What we Offer

Welcome and Hospitality

Regular Activities We invite you to be apart of a wider network of belonging and friendship through our Community membership. We come together once a month usually on the 1st Sunday for a range of community activities. On the 5th Sunday of the month we join the St Francis Anglican Church for worship and brunch. Through out the month there is also opportunities to connect into other cultural and faith filled events. Once a week L’Arche Australia offers Community Reflection online.

Contact Us

adelaide.leader@larche.org.au  | 0418 497 539 | PO Box 48, Rundle Mall, SA, 5000

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