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.
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
Congratulations to Maureen Woodd commissioned as a Waterways Chaplain in August, to minister on the River Nene. seen here with the good folk of Watersmete
Congratulations to James Osborne for being commissioned as a Waterways Chaplain on the banks of the River Wey in July. James is part of the
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
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