Exploring Education Chaplaincy
The Centre for Chaplaincy in Education has partnered with Newman University, Birmingham to offer a stimulating new pre-induction course for those that are seeking to explore whether Chaplaincy in School and/or College is a role for them.
If you are someone who is interested in Education Chaplaincy this is the course for you!
There is no need to be in a chaplaincy role or have had a chaplaincy experience. We also welcome chaplains who are practicing in other settings and want to learn more about the world of School/College Chaplaincy.
This is a free course open to all!
School/College Chaplain Induction Programme
We’re delighted to announce two new intakes for the 2021/22 Induction Programme with partner Newman University. This stimulating programme develops your reflective practice as you explore the key steps to become an excellent practitioner.
The course is aimed at UK-based school and FE college chaplains who are new in post (no more than 3 years) or those who will commence a school or college chaplaincy role during the induction course.
The National Day of Prayer for Schools
Tuesday 28 September 2021
TISCA chaplains’ residential conference at the Elim Centre in Malvern
Monday 4 October 2021
Location: The Elim Centre in Malvern
Exeter Diocese - Chaplaincy Gathering
Thursday 14 October 2021
Further Up, Further In - Going Deeper Online Conference
Friday 29 October 2021
Inter Faith Week 2021
Sunday 14 November 2021
Inter Faith Week - How Chaplains can get involved
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Reflections from the Chair - August
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Introduction to Shame in Ministry - Revd Dr Sally Nash
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Reflections from the Chair - July
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Survey into adaptations churches have made to work with young people during the pandemic
Dr Sarah Holmes (Liverpool Hope University) is researching the adaptations churches made to work with children and young people during the pandemic.  ...