HCFBG

Feedback requested

The Coordinator of the Appointment Advisors Tony Kyriakides has asked for feedback on these two important documents. Please send your comments todebbie.hodge@freechurches.org.uk by 4th February 2016. Equality Impact Assessment Form Complaints Policy

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Transforming Chaplaincy

A new Transforming Chaplaincy section has been added to the website. The section has four subsections, each of which will have documents and consultation items relating to HCFBG’s four work strands. Research Workforce Development Appointment Advisors Authorisation & Registration  

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Meeting with Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities

Meeting with Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities

On 21 October Chief Officer Revd. Debbie Hodge and former Chair Barney Leith briefed staff members from SST, Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities, about the operation of multi-faith and belief healthcare chaplaincy in England and about the work and history of the HCFBG. Initial contact came from Gunnel Andréasson, SST Desk Officer, […]

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Barney Leith steps down from HCFBG Council

Barney Leith steps down from HCFBG Council

On 13th October the HCFBG Council presented Bahá’í representative Barney Leith OBE with a beautiful glass rose bowl at his last meeting of Council. Barney has represented the Bahá’í community on the HCFBG and its predecessor, the Multi Faith Group for Healthcare Chaplaincy (MFGHC), since 2003. He served as the MFGHC’s first Chair and chaired the […]

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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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