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.
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).
a Chaplain might just prove useful! Senior Waterways Chaplain, Mark Chester, told me this week that he is about to celebrate the 30th anniversary since
Waterways Chaplains Fiona & Martin Buck, together with Vanessa Layfield have started up a ‘Babble & Brew’ 3 weeks ago in Nantwich Basin. It’s open
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.
Up for a new Challenge? How about becoming a Waterways Chaplain? Life after full-time work offers countless new opportunities. And if you enjoy the open
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
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