Have you ever connected with a chaplain — in a hospital, workplace, counseling center, or other setting? What was your experience like?
CRCNA Chaplaincy and Care
Chaplaincy and Care Ministry (CCM) endorses exceptional, well-trained ministers of the Word or commissioned pastors who serve in specialized ministries beyond the walls of the church. Chaplains are ordained, gifted and trained, called by the church, and sent by Jesus Christ to provide spiritual care to people in pain or spiritual distress.
Steve Agler, John Luth, and Israel Alvaredo are three of our newest endorsed chaplains. Read about them and their ministries!
Our November 2019 Chaplains Zoom Meeting focused on caring for people of many faiths. Here's a quick recap, including topics and resources that were shared.
Why do chaplains need to renew their endorsements? Learn about why we do this, and what steps you should take to renew your endorsement.
Chaplaincy and Care Ministry hosts monthly video meetings for endorsed CRCNA chaplains. See what's on the schedule!
CRC chaplains recently gathered to discuss Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID), Death with Dignity, and other legislation going into effect in Canada and several states.
Chaplains endorsed by Chaplaincy and Care Ministry may use this template to write their annual reports.
In the past few months, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry has endorsed four new chaplains: Sea Ho, Peter Janssens, Chantal Huinink, and Derrick Lee. Learn about the lives and ministries of our newest chaplains!
Churches are truly helpful when they listen a lot and lecture very little.