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Chaplaincy in Methodist Schools

Why Consider Chaplaincy?
Work with and influence children and young people.
Work with and support teachers and others in schools on a daily basis.
Engage with the mission of the Church on the front line.
Bring the Church's mission into the daily life of a school.
Be with people when they need you most.
Be there for people when they don't think they need you at all.
Bridge the gap between Church, children and young people.

Around 25,000 children attend Methodist schools and when you add families and staff, it means that School Chaplains routinely reach into the lives of over 100,000 people, many of whom will have little or no experience of church, from all faiths and none.

Join us for a special day designed for anyone considering Chaplaincy for the next stage in their ministry on 7 November 2017 at Methodist Church House.
To register your interest please contact: admin@methodistschools.org.uk

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