This website is best viewed with CSS and JavaScript enabled.

Home > chaplaincy

News Stories


chaplaincy

Church in Wales wins contract to train British military chaplains

Chaplains serving UK armed forces will continue to be trained by the Church in Wales, after St Padarn’s Institute won a training contract.

21 June 2018

Bishop Nigel Stock named as Chaplain to the 2020 Lambeth Conference

The former Bishop at Lambeth, Nigel Stock, has joined the Lambeth 2020 Design Group as Chaplain to the Lambeth Conference.

13 October 2017

CUAC induct Chennai chaplain as its second Distinguished Fellow

The Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion network has inducted the Revd Dr Spurgeon Maher as its second Distinguished Fellow.

11 January 2017

Military chaplains in fight against forces' suicides

Military chaplains are working across the globe to care for the spiritual wellbeing of armed forces personnel in a bid to prevent suicide – a significant issue amongst military veterans.

02 August 2016

Churches unite to support Welsh steel workers

Leaders from the churches and chapels in the Welsh town of Port Talbot have formed an ecumenical ministry team to support thousands of local workers who could lose their jobs following the announcement that the Indian steel company Tata, which owns the majority of the UK’s steel works, is looking to divest from its operations in the country.

31 March 2016

Service commemorates highly decorated padre

A military chaplain who became Australia’s most highly decorated padre during World War I, is to be honoured tomorrow (Friday) at a special commemoration service led by the Archbishop of Melbourne, Dr Philip Freier.

10 December 2015