The HOPE Chaplaincy trains and deploys volunteer chaplains. Our chaplains serve throughout the Caribbean. Our Caribbean office is situated in the HOPE Plaza, Nassau, Bahamas. Here are some steps you may take:
Our chaplains serve:
HOPE Chaplaincy attests to both competence and endorsement for the chaplain ministry. Membership is for Christians who are in agreement with our affirmation of faith and ethical statement. Our mission is to maintain an association for chaplains and to establish guidelines in the practice of this specialized ministry. The standards we have developed help to ensure truly faithful and effective Christian chaplains.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Jonathan C. Carey
Founder and President/ Board of Examiner's Member
Vice President/Board Examiner's Member and Instructor
Michael D. Kulik
Board Examiner's Member and Instructor
Shena E. Carey
Board Examiner's Member
This program is useful for people who have no formal training in the field of chaplaincy but conduct prison, hospital and hospice care visits, or provide community support in a religious setting. The Basic Chaplain Training Program is beneficial for ministers who would like to incorporate volunteer chaplaincy work into their religious outreach program or the experienced chaplain who wants to continue with refresher training.
As a student, you will explore the theoretical, operational components of chaplaincy while learning from professionals with real-world experience. Students will learn how to function within an institutional setting, such as learning how to communicate with law enforcement and emergency service responders as well as receiving basic training in Christian counseling and crisis intervention. These powerful techniques are valuable when dealing with police, prison, and other emergency service personnel. Avoid the pitfalls that get chaplains fired from duty due to a lack of experience. Enroll now!
1 - Introduction to Industrial Chaplaincy
2 - Duties of the Emergency Service Chaplain
3 - Pastoral Confidentiality and Ethics
4 - Dealing with Suicidal People
5 - Death Notifications
6 - Biblical Counseling Overview
7 - Establishing Relationships
8 - Gathering Information
9 - Para-Linguistic Communication
10 - Personal Data Inventory
11 - Step 4 - Biblical Process of Change
12 - Critical Situational Stress
13 - Traumatic Stress Reactions and Children
14 - Grief and Bereavement
15 - Healing Conversations
16 - Preparing for Approaching Death
17 - Chaplain Volunteers in the Prisons
Your support and contributions will help us provide programs and respond to crisis events throughout the Caribbean. Your generous donation will help fund our mission.
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Established in The Bahamas: July 24, 2007