Voyager is the brain-child of Reverend Warner Wilder and previous Assistant Chaplain, Reverend Murray Bean, who kicked it off in 1997 in an attempt to provide "an after-school programme that introduced students to the basics of the Christian faith".

Initially, students were invited into the Chaplain's home, but as Voyager grew and word got around, it took on a life and size of its own and was re-located to the College classrooms where it now thrives. Voyager groups consist of a dozen students or more, who meet once a week for two terms a year. It is held Monday through Thursday after school, 3.30pm to 4.30pm and from 6.00pm to 7.00pm. In recent years, a Friday lunchtime course has been added to cater for Day students who cannot make Voyager after school.

Over three hundred students take up this opportunity.

James Alach, a Peart House student, describes it as being "a fun thing to do on a Friday lunchtime" and an opportunity to "learn things you wouldn't otherwise learn in any other class. It teaches you about spirituality".

Voyager aims to teach the basics of the Christian faith by using video clips and discussion. Through the Voyager programme, students are able to ask the questions they have about life, God, the universe and all things in between. The programme culminates with the opportunity to be Confirmed and a three-day Voyager Adventure Camp.

If you wish to find out more about this programme please contact Reverend Warner Wilder or Reverend Gareth Walters.