Circuit webteam: November 2017
Chaplaincy is about being available to others in the places they gather: in work places and leisure spaces, in centres of learning and communities of healing. In the varied places that people go about their lives outside of our church communities you will often nd chaplains; at the heart of communities and often on the edges too. Chaplaincy is rooted in real life; being present to others in good times and bad times, bringing love, hope, understanding and peace. Chaplaincy is about getting on people's level and walking alongside them for a short while or over many years. Not only that, but chaplaincy looks different in different places; that is the beauty of this responsive ministry, it responds to people and places.
Rev Hannah Bucke and Keith Norman will be running this course for 6 weeks from the 8th November at the Fishermen's Chapel. Each session will start at 12.15pm and run for around and 1.5 hours. The course is designed for those would like to work or volunteer as a chaplain and those who are interested in finding out more about this ministry. If you would like to come to all or some of the sessions, please email Rev Hannah Bucke: firstname.lastname@example.org
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