Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies

Faith and belief in healthcare chaplaincy – HCFBG Council residential meeting

Faith and belief in healthcare chaplaincy – HCFBG Council residential meeting

On 23rd and 24th March members of the HCFBG Council got together at St Michael’s College, Cardiff, for a 24-hour residential meeting. Council members – Anglican, Bahá’í, Buddhist, Catholic, Free Church, Hindu, Humanist, Jain, Jewish and Sikh – got to know each other better in a more informal setting than the regular meetings and reflected […]

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A Very  Modern Ministry – Theos chaplaincy research

A Very Modern Ministry – Theos chaplaincy research

HCFBG’s Chair and Chief Officer, together with a member of Council, attended the launch of A Very Modern Ministry, the new report on chaplaincy from Theos, on 11 March. A well attended conference at Friends’ House on London’s Euston Road heard presentations by the Revd Dr Andrew Todd, Director of the Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies, who […]

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Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies

Personal development training – MTh/PGCert/PGDip in Chaplaincy Studies The Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies at St Michael’s College, in partnership with Cardiff University School of History, Archaeology and Religion draws together practitioners and academics to study and research chaplaincy in the UK and beyond. Recognised as a Cardiff University research centre, the Centre was established […]

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