We invite you to join our Caribbean Chaplaincy Initiative. Let's continue to build our Caribbean TEAM! Together Everyone Achieves More
Our initiative is to train 300 chaplains throughout the Caribbean. We have identified 7 territories. If your area is not listed please contact us to arrange a training at your location.
We have partnered with Frontline Chaplains International and intend to meet our goal by 2030. Chaplains are allowed to apply for commissioning with Frontline Chaplains International.
I.F.O.C., known internationally as Frontline Chaplains International, promotes the ministry of Chaplaincy across the nations to equip local believers to serve those on the frontlines of the crisis.
Frontline Chaplains International has licensed and ordained Chaplains in seven different countries. And counting!
Chaplain Jonathan C Carey
IFOC Caribbean Region Commander
Hospital Chaplains provide emotional and spiritual support for patients as well as other hospital staff.
Hospice Chaplains play an integral role as part of the hospice care team. They visit hospice patients, provide support to their families & friends, and also assist their fellow staff.
Nursing Home Chaplains build friendships with residents and frequently work alongside facility event planners.
Disaster response Chaplains work with survivors of natural and man-made disasters as well as other non-profit and governmental responders. They provide resources to those impacted and are available to be a ministry of presence to communities that are starting the recovery process.
First Responder Chaplains are often found in law enforcement, fire, and EMS departments to build relationships with responders and assist them with Crisis Response services. They also often provide Chaplain services to the families of first responders.
Community Chaplains build relationships and bridges between secular, governmental, corporate, and religious institutions. They support a community on both good days and difficult ones.
School Chaplains provide resources and education for students and staff, often in areas of grief, suicide prevention, and listening.
Prison/Jail Chaplains are often found working inside correctional institutions where they seek to bring education and spiritual counsel to assist and impact facility inmates.
Corporate Chaplains build relationships with employees, provide stress mitigation education, and are available to interact with staff both individually and in groups.
Government Chaplains who work alongside governmental agencies are often called upon to provide an opening prayer prior to meetings, assist with funeral services, build relationships, and provide a ministry of listening and presence to departments, councils, and legislative bodies.
Crisis Response Chaplains work with individuals having one of the worst days of their lives. Chaplains provide Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) services to mitigate the effects of post-traumatic stress. Often Crisis Response Chaplains are found working with public safety departments but are increasingly called to assist other groups.
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