The media team at the Canal and River Trust had a chat with Rev. Pat Willis recently. Pat is the senior chaplain on the Kennet
A surprising number of retired Anglican clergy own narrow boats, or if they don’t actually have their own, they hire regularly so that they can
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer in Christian work on the frontline? Saturday 10th April 2021 via Zoom – see below to advise us you
A note from Waterways Chaplain Iris Lloyd and a cordial invitation from Mike and Ali Saunders to call in at the vicarage for a chat!
On the 21st March 2021 the next National Census will be taken. As in biblical terms, everyone has to be counted, as Mary and Joseph
Chaplain Mike Cadman writes :- “Being a new chaplain, only commissioned a few months ago and learning the job, one never knows quite what to
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
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).
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
Congratulations to Frances and Peter Grieve licensed as Waterways Chaplains at Clayton Brook Community Church near Blackburn on Sunday 14 July 2019. A great occasion