Chaplaincies and groups

The Diocese of Worcester is involved in chaplaincy work in many industries, organisations and communities.

These include chaplaincies in schools, colleges, prisons, hospitals, industry, local government, the agricultural industry, to the police, and to people who are mentally disabled. The diocese also offers a Ministry of Deliverance.

These pages provide information about these specialist forms of ministry.

Climate Crisis Task Group
The Group champions and promotes environmental issues.
Open Climate Crisis Task Group

Churches Together
The Diocese is committed to the greater unity of Christ’s church and working together with other churches throughout the region.
Open Churches Together

Faith at Work
Faith at Work is an Ecumenical Project of the Anglican, Methodist, United Reformed, Roman Catholic and Baptist churches in the county.
Open Faith at Work

Black Country Urban Industrial Mission
BCUIM is a team of chaplains, from a number of Christian churches, offering support to businesses and their employees through regular visits to workplaces in the Black Country.
Open Black Country Urban Industrial Mission

Criminal Justice Affairs Group
Faith in transforming justice
Open Criminal Justice Affairs Group

Agricultural and rural life
The Chaplaincy for Agriculture and Rural Life (CARL) is a group of people (both ordained and lay) who are knowledgeable and concerned about rural issues and have an interest in working with farmers and other rural groups as an expression of their Christian witness.
Open Agricultural and rural life

Prison Chaplaincy
Since the early nineteenth century there have been salaried Chaplains within the prison system.
Open Prison Chaplaincy

Healthcare chaplaincy
Healthcare chaplains are found in every healthcare organisation
Open Healthcare chaplaincy

Education chaplaincy
A description of the support available for chaplaincy in schools and colleges including the network for chaplains.
Open Education chaplaincy

Bookmark and Share