Inequality on the canals Sam Worrell*, a friend from the waterways, has written an article for Friends, Families and Travellers about inequality on the cut
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer in Christian work? Could you be a waterways chaplain, perhaps? Please feel free to come and find out
What an amazing day WWC’s Mike & Alison Saunders with Pat Willis arranged in Hungerford yesterday (8.11.18) working with CRT, church and boating volunteer to
A chaplaincy familiarisation day was held at the Retford & Worksop Boat Club and we had 12 people attend in total, representing 5 different regions
It was wonderful to welcome Vanya from Taiwan and Corine from The Netherlands at the start of their attachment from All Nations College, Ware,
The waterways chaplaincy is there for all associated with the waterways. We don’t do what we do for the thanks but it is still encouraging
At the beginning of September, Revd. Mark Rudall stepped back as senior chaplain in the Surrey & Hants area and handed over to Tina Osborne.
Waterways Chaplain make a splash at Greenbelt The Greenbelt Festival over the August Bank Holiday weekend (24-27) saw a Waterways Chaplaincy presence among the
Early July. Sun blazing. Brass band playing. It must be Ware Festival time! Lorraine Newman again organised the outdoors towpath service at the Ware Festival
Maureen Woodd became a probationary Waterways Chaplain in May for the Peterborough area. She, her husband and dog Poppy, have been boating for 10 years.