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As part of a workshop we were involved with we weren't told where we were going. Firstly I was surprised that we were in Kings Cross and secondly was surprised when we found out we were in the Wayside Chapel as I'd never heard of...More
Both sobering and enlightening, Rob's tour was a privilege to attend. The insights offered by both Rob and Andrew made for some deeply felt, authentic and engaging conversations. It really opened the eyes of my teenage sons and I hope the experience stays with them...More
At the invitation of a family friend we jumped at the opportunity of being part of the tour conducted by Rob and Andrew. Having been to a corporate fundraiser the night before and a wedding the night after we reflected on the way back to...More
The Wayside Chapel is a local institution in The Kings Cross region and this year is the 50th year of this wonderful place.
I was fortunate enough to do Rob's Tour which is organised through The Wayside Chapel, it gave an alternative view of the...More
My wife & I had the privilege of joining Rob and Andrew on this tour after hearing about it through the Wayside Chapel's weekly radio segment. I thought that it would be interesting, though had no idea on how profound the experience would be. We...More
The Wayside Chapel is a 50 year-old institution in inner Sydney, now acclaimed as one of the most remarkable charitable institutions anywhere as it manages not to be at all institutional and not to give charitableness any demeaning or paternalistic connotations.
The tour is conducted...More
Everyone in Sydney should do this tour to understand 'the other side of life'.
I was most impressed with Wayside Chapel's philosophy of giving a 'hand up', not a 'hand out' to everyone in need without discrimination, and the general friendliness of everyone we met,...More
Moving around the inner city you see people living rough all the time. Homeless people. I'd never really paid much attention. Sometimes dropping some coins into an offered cup. Generally staying out of their way. Then a friend of mine who had done Rob's Tour...More
There's nothing more powerful than walking a walk in the care of the person who carved that journey originally all by themselves. Rob took all us frightened little deer (who were trying hard to pretend we weren't) deep into the shadows and back lanes of...More