As Chaplain at CUFC Leo Orobor’s role is to be a listening ear and supportive friend to players, coaches, staff and fans. Leo aim to serve all people in the club holistically regardless of position or beliefs.
Leo leads a Fresh Expression evening service & project manages a Foodbank in Ramsey Town. He works as a Community Mission Worker as part of Ely Diocese Changing Market Project at St Thomas a Becket Church (the Diocese of Ely's 2025 Growth Strategy focuses on enabling and sustaining church growth in small and medium-sized towns in the Fenland town communities in the north of the region).
Leo comes with a wealth of experience of youth ministry, chaplain volunteer support at Addenbrookes Hospital. Leo previously worked in the civil service at Immigration - Stansted Enforcement Unit & also worked with the UK Football Policing Unit. Leo studied & graduated from Anglia Ruskin University, BA (Hons) in Law & Politics.
Leo is married with two beautiful children.
If you need to speak with Leo, please contact him on 07703 697562 on Friday from 3pm - 5pm. We are looking to extend these times shortly if possible to do so, but remember you are never alone - if you need to talk, here are some numbers. If you know someone who is vulnerable or alone please ring them or help out at this time. It could be a small thing but could be so important at the present time.
You are never alone - if you need to talk, speak to someone. There are some number below to help you
@samaritans - 116 123 call any time
@age_uk - call 0800 678 1602 8am to 7pm,
@theCALMzone - 0800 585858 http://thecalmzone.net
@MindCharity - http://mind.org.uk
Childline 0800 1111
National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247
Alcoholics Anonymous 0800 9177 650
Gamblers Anonymous 0330 094 0322
For urgent medical advice call the NHS 111