Chaplaincy and Care Sunday
Chaplaincy and Care Sunday is November 15, 2020.
On the third Sunday of November, churches throughout the CRCNA take time to pray for and encourage the work of chaplains. Based on annual reports, we estimate that our 142 chaplains minister to over 2 million people every year. Chaplains are called to be a light in the darkness, to bring Christ’s grace, peace, and healing to those who need it the most. They need the support of our congregations so they may continue in their life-giving ministry. These materials are available for churches to use on Chaplaincy and Care Sunday.
Video: Elizabeth and Mary: a Chaplaincy Spotlight (2:50 minutes)
A Place of Grace
“A Place of Grace” is strategic ministry plan for chaplaincy that reflects our values, mission and vision statements. At its heart chaplaincy is a healing, reconciling ministry of God, an expression and extension of God’s activity and mission in the world.
Ministry report coming August 2020!