Army Cadet Force Chaplain
As an Army Cadet Force Chaplain you must have at least one year's experience as an ordained person, be able to offer a three-year commitment and be under 55 years of age (60 with previous military service). You will be attached to a county ACF and visit training evenings and weekends. Your principal commitment is to the annual camp which can last from 10 to 14 days.
To become an Army Cadet Force Chaplain you will need to be an ordained member of one of the following sending churches:
- Church of England (Incorporating the Anglican Communion)
- Church of Scotland (With the Presbyterian Church of Ireland)
- Roman Catholic Church
- Methodist Church
- United Board (Incorporating the Baptist Union, the United Reformed Church, the Congregational Church, Elim or Assemblies of God)
You will be paid for your commitment at a rate of approximately £80 for any full days' training you attend. The cost of travelling to visit ACF units and detachments in the county is claimable from county HQ.
For further information please contact Reverend Anthony Feltham-White
Telephone: 01264 381836
MoD Chaplains (Army)
Ramilies Building, IDL 433,
Army HQ, Marlborough Lines,
Andover, Hants SP11 8HJ