Circuit webteam: August 2018
21st September 7.30pm and 22nd September 10am — 4pm
at The Fishermen's Chapel
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 find chaplains; at the heart of communities and often on the edges too. Chaplaincy is rooted in real life; being present to others in good 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.
Please contact Luke Dobson, Circuit Mission Enabler for further details on: firstname.lastname@example.org 07427 379889
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