In the November Issue of the Salvationist – the magazine for supporters of the Salvation Army, you can see an interesting article from one of
“My wife and I were on a week’s holiday on the Oxford Canal earlier in August. On Tuesday 4th she slipped on the boat and
Sometimes for various reasons chaplains have to leave the waterways and their boats for important family reasons. We all know the sterling work that Bob
We set off from Peterborough on July 6th with the aim to be at Buckden Marina, near Huntingdon, for Saturday 18th where we were to
Churches around the UK have been doing an amazing job helping the most vulnerable groups during the pandemic, but might one community they’d never thought
Waterways Chaplains do not see their activity as a social activity but an essential ministry established by God to show his love and care for others.
You might be interested in a short piece on WWC in this week’s Sunday Night Live on Premier Radio. It is hosted by Pam Rhodes
A Waterways Chaplain, early in their introductory training, tells of the personal journey that has put them on the tow path just before COVID-19 started
Waterways Chaplaincy (Not) In Lockdown The Waterways Chaplaincy has not shut its doors! Indeed, many of our chaplains have been exercising on the towpaths near
There is no doubt that we are living in turbulent and uncertain times. Few people are unaffected. In such times the psalmist found that ‘God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble’ (Psalm 46, verse 1).