Our relationship with The Church Army
In January 2023 Waterways Chaplaincy became an independent, ecumenical charity within the Church Army family. Wilson Carlile, who established the Church Army in 1882, believed that God’s love is for everyone. He was passionate about his faith and wanted to share the good news of Jesus with people who would never dream of stepping foot in a church.
This continues to be the Church Army’s mission today and is why the Waterways Chaplaincy is so grateful to have the support of Church Army as it carries on its mission of ministering to people on the Waterways.
Supporters and Benefactors
We are grateful to the following organisations who support us financially with grants and ongoing funding….and also to the many individuals and churches who give to us generously and sacrificially.
Waterways Chaplaincy and the wider community
We appreciate being able to help those in the waterways communities by cooperating with others to recruit, enable and assist the work of Waterways Chaplaincy.
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Would you like to make a donation to support our work ?
Waterways Chaplaincy is funded entirely by donations, which we rely on to cover our costs. If you would like to make a contribution to the work of Waterways Chaplaincy, however small, that would be much appreciated – thank you!
Boaters Hardship fund
In addition, we also have a Boaters Hardship fund which enables us to provide financial, or in kind, support to boaters who are in need.
If you would like to contribute to this fund, then please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will tell you how you can do this.