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.
Congratulations ￼ to Reverend Pat Willis appointed as Senior WWC, in Hungerford on the Kennet & Avon (K&A)canal. Her first task was encouraging a joint
Onto the Four Counties and beyond! The 12th of February saw the first gathering of the North Midlands hub. Team leader Malcolm Grey-Smart was delighted
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
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer in Christian work? Could you be a waterways chaplain, perhaps? Please feel free to come and find out
Media Release : Floating Boatyard gift to Waterways Chaplaincy That Britain’s rapidly growing Waterways Chaplaincy network is now making an impact in both rural
“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