Assemblies of God has a developing Chaplaincy Ministry. Kirk McAtear Missions Director for AoG heads up the Chaplaincy Team with an appointed lead for a number of significant chaplaincy sectors.
A growing number of AoG Ministers and Lay Church Members are serving God in such diverse places as prisons, hospitals, schools & the armed forces. We are aware that many across the country are working with Street Pastors too. The work is pastoral, offering compassion and a listening ear, but also affirming and encouraging, bringing an informed Christian view to the places that we visit and people we meet. Our aim is to care for people at their point of need, communicating the love of Christ in a compassionate and practical way.
If you are a chaplain or a Street Pastor and attend an AOG Church, we would love to be in touch with you. Let us know what area of Chaplaincy you are working in by using the link below.
AoG provides endorsement for our Ministers to work as Chaplains. Endorsement for NHS and Prison Chaplains is through our membership of the Free Churches Group and for Armed Forces Chaplaincy is through the United Navy, Army and Air Force Board.
Your application will then need to be made to the United Board who will consider you endorsement.
Following endorsement by the United Board formal application can then be made to the appropriate branch of the Armed Forces.
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