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7 May 2018

Interested in becoming a Chaplain?

Did you know we have Elim chaplains in nearly every sector of public life? In the past 15 years, chaplaincy has grown and developed in so many ways. Areas, previously closed to chaplains, are now actively seeking pastoral care and support from dedicated persons who have a heart for people.

At this year's Chaplaincy Conference, you will have the opportunity to meet remarkable women and men who are engaged in different areas of society. Learn from active chaplains, hear stories of how chaplaincy opens the doors to faith, and be inspired to support chaplaincy in your local area.

Held in Malvern from 9-10 October, the keynote speakers in 2018 are:

  • Debbie Hodge – National NHS Chaplains Coordinator
  • Ralph Coleman - Railway Chaplain for the East Midlands
  • Andrew Georgiou - Free Church Chaplain at HMP/YOI Wetherby
  • Brigette Whitley - Mental Health Specialist

Alongside the programme and speaker line-up, the opportunity to build friendships and meet up with others who are passionate about chaplaincy ministry is an amazing experience.

Booking is now open and discounts are available when you book early.

Find out more at elim.org.uk/chaplaincy

 

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