“A Place of Grace” is strategic ministry plan for chaplaincy that reflects our values, mission and vision statements. At its heart chaplaincy is a healing, reconciling ministry of God, an expression and extension of God’s activity and mission in the world.
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.
The ministry of Chaplaincy and Care is excited to introduce two new chaplains: Abigail DeZeeuw and Paul Van Dyken. We'd love for you to 'meet them' and say hi!
Rev. Karen Norris is a pediatric chaplain at Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, AB. She shares about the pain, fear, hope, and unexpected peace experienced by families of children with terminal or severe chronic illnesses.
This report shares highlights of what our CRC chaplains have done in the past year.
Newly endorsed chaplains Scott Van Voorst and Ken Krause share about their ministries in the military and in hospice.
Chaplaincy and Care Ministry provides endorsement that supports and strengthens the ministry of CRC chaplains. This brochure gives an overview on the process of becoming an endorsed chaplain.
This brochure is for students, pastors, and others in ministry who seek to realize their call to ministry, hone their pastoral skills, or become a chaplain.
Last December, CAPT Thomas Walcott, Chaplain of the Coast Guard, witnessed a community in crisis as a result of the partial government shutdown. Learn what this time was like for coastguardsmen and their families, as well as the role of the chaplain in times of crisis.
Chaplain Harold Roscher has touched the lives of many, though he often doesn’t get to see how their stories end. Through his work, Jesus operates in small moments, tiny gestures, and tremendous amounts of grace.