Disaster and Recovery Chaplain Training
2020 Training and refresher opportunities
Disaster and Recovery Ministries chaplains provide pastoral and spiritual support for people in the midst of and after disasters, particularly natural disasters such as bush-fires. This is an ecumenical ministry coordinated by the Uniting Church in SA.
Disaster and Recovery ministries is recruiting chaplains who offer a ministry of presence, care and comfort to people affected in times of great need. People who are ordained or lay people with appropriate experience and referees may attend the training. Disaster and Recovery Ministries SA will confirm places in the team after successful completion of the training and receipt of completed application form, reference from a minister/pastor (forms to be supplied at training) and current police check.
Applications for training must be accompanied by a nomination form from a denominational or faith group overseer. For more information, or to be sent an application and nomination form, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These training events are designed to equip those who feel called to this particular area of chaplaincy. Training for Disaster and Recovery Chaplains is required every 3 years in order to maintain accreditation.
Thursday 26 March and Friday 27 March 2020
Seacliff Uniting Church (Wheatland St, Seacliff)
- Full two day training: 9.30am - 4.30pm both days
- Refresher training - Friday 27 March 9.30am- 4.30pm