Workplace Chaplaincy: putting your faith into action.


Is God calling you to let your Christian faith make a difference in the world of work and commerce? Do you have a 2-3 hours per month to make a difference? If you are retired, does your experience give you the gift of understanding and empathy for businesses and those who work in them?


Workplace chaplains make regular visits to the same places of work, usually once per month (although this is severely disrupted currently due to the pandemic). These could be shops, offices, or any place of work which welcomes a chaplain. Through regular visits, the chaplain learns about the business and its challenges and gets to know the staff. The chaplain listens, offering whatever support they can, to everyone they meet, regardless of their faith background. They are motivated by their own Christian faith and respond to the love of Jesus by sharing that care for those in the workplace.


Taster Event

If you would like to find out more about workplace chaplaincy, without any commitment, why not join our free Taster Event in January?  The event will be held online via Zoom.

The DISCOVER CHAPLAINCY event will take place Tuesday January 26th, 7.008.30pm. To book a place sign up via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/discovering-workplace-chaplaincy-seminar-tickets-129725645899


Training for New Workplace Chaplains

For those who wish to become workplace chaplains, maybe after attending the Discover Chaplaincy Taster Event, we will be running the INTRODUCTION TO WORKPLACE CHAPLAINCY COURSE which consists of six 90-minute sessions held on Wednesday afternoons from 2.00 3.30 p.m. starting on Ash Wednesday, February 17th and concluding on March 24th, just before Palm Sunday. This can be used as a way of exploring a calling to be a workplace chaplain, and again with no obligation on either side. To book a place on the Introduction to Workplace Chaplaincy Course contact Revd Dick Johnson on dickjohnson@faithatwork.org.uk or ring 07946 655450.

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