Chaplain’s Commission Announces January Intensive Training

The Church of God Chaplains Commission will conduct Community Service Chaplaincy training January 22-26, 2024.

“Anyone interested in serving as a Community Service Chaplain can join students around the world in this Community Service Chaplaincy training from our classroom in Cleveland or via live Zoom video conference,” stated Dr. Brenda Pace, Coordinator of Community Service Chaplains. “Our students enjoy the interactive format of the class with the goal to provide training for both clergy and laypeople to serve outside the walls of the church to reach their communities more effectively.”

Level One Community Service Chaplain training covers topics foundational to Chaplaincy ministry to include, Biblical Foundations of Chaplaincy, Serving in a Pluralistic Context, Prayer in the Public Forum, Communication, Stress, Ethics/Confidentiality, Workplace Care, and various overviews of pertinent subjects to Chaplaincy ministry.

Level Two Community Service Chaplain training provides in-depth discussion on such topics as Moral Injury, Addiction, Depression, Domestic Violence, Suicide, Grief, as well as the opportunity to hear powerful first-hand experiences from Chaplains serving in the field.

This combined course of Level One and Two is only offered twice a year at a significant savings. The individual cost for the combined Level 1 and Level 2 course is discounted from $720 to $450. Married couples can attend both levels for $675 compared to what would cost $980. The fee for individuals participating in a single level course is $360 for individuals and $510 for married couples.

The course fee includes training manuals, Community Service Chaplain ID card, certificate, and background check.

Dates and Times: January 22-26, 2024
Level 1—Monday/Tuesday 9:00-5:00, Wednesday 9:00-12:00
Level 2—Wednesday 1:00-5:00, Thursday/Friday 9:00-5:00

All classes are Eastern Time

Space is limited. Pre-registration and a $50 deposit are required and reservations can be made by visiting Additional details and information about the Church of God Chaplains Commission is available at:

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