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A vocation as a Chaplain

The Army employs male and female chaplains in the Regular Army, the Army Reserve, and the Army Cadet Force. It also engages local civilian clergy as Officiating Chaplains to the Military.

In order to join the Royal Army Chaplains’ Department you must be a citizen of the UK, the Republic of Ireland, or a Commonwealth country.

You must also have been ordained and had ministerial experience in one of the recognised Sending Churches (Anglican, Roman Catholic, Methodist, Church of Scotland, Presbyterian, Baptist Union, United Reformed, Congregational, Free Church of Scotland, Elim Pentecostal, Assemblies of God, Salvation Army).

Chaplain on exercise

For further information please contact The Revd Dr Jim Francis MBE CF

Telephone: 01264 887064

Email: ArmyCG-StaffChapSO2@mod.uk

Army Headquarters, MOD Chaps(A),
Ground Floor, Zone 1, IDL 433,
Blenhiem Building, Marlborough Lines, Monxton Road,
Andover, Hampshire SP11 8HJ

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