Vanessa Layfield, Engagement and Inclusion Officer at the Diocoese of Chester, visits Nantwich Marina to find out what it means to be a Waterways Chaplain.
Could you be a Waterways Chaplain? Are you a Christian, a good listener and able to walk a mile of waterways a week? The Christian
November the 3rd saw the commissioning of husband and wife team, Kim & Fergus MacCloghry at All Saints, Braunston. National Waterways Chaplain Mark Chester, together
October has seen the appointment of a few Probationary Waterways Chaplains to the Northern fold. Vanessa Layfield lives in Natwich, The Reverend Adrian Cragg was appointed
October saw the second of two National Training days in Sheffield for around 30 Waterways Chaplains. The training sessions were led by Simon Edwards, an
Babs Davis was commissioned as Lead Waterways Chaplain- North during planning days held at Church Army offices in Sheffield on the 16th September. Babs has
Congratulations to Jolyon Walford commissioned as a Waterways Chaplain at St Benedict’s, Bordesley Green, Birmingham as part of the West Midlands Hub on 15th September.
Congratulations to Maureen Woodd commissioned as a Waterways Chaplain in August, to minister on the River Nene. seen here with the good folk of Watersmete
Congratulations to James Osborne for being commissioned as a Waterways Chaplain on the banks of the River Wey in July. James is part of the
Deputy National Waterways Chaplain, Debbie Nouwen, has left the Waterways Chaplaincy to become the Assistant Curate in the Benefice of ‘Lepton, Flockton and Emley’ in