In the November Issue of the Salvationist – the magazine for supporters of the Salvation Army, you can see an interesting article from one of
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
November the 3rd saw the commissioning of husband and wife team, Kim & Fergus MacCloghry at All Saints, Braunston. National Waterways Chaplain Mark Chester, together
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.
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
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.
Tower of London welcomes Waterways Chaplains The profile of Chaplaincy to Britain’s waterways took a step up on Sunday June 24th when Chaplains from around
“Anything and everything that is needed I do.” Listen here to find out how a Waterways Chaplain may come alongside to help the boating community. BBC Midlands
Des Scott – CEO The Anglican Mission agency ‘Church Army’ has partnered with Workplace Matters to offer support for the growing Waterways Chaplaincy. Des joins
Vision for 200 Chaplains on the rivers and canals by 2020 In November there was a short piece on Radio 4 about our vision for