Being a Prayer Chaplain is all about sacred service. It is important that Prayer Chaplains are equipped to step into service in this way through annual foundational training and ongoing training which occurs as they serve and as they attend monthly meetings.
What is a Prayer Chaplain:
Someone who is available to support others on their spiritual journey.
Someone who creates and holds sacred space.
Someone who lovingly listens and holds what is heard in the strictest of confidence.
Someone who prays with others.
Prayer Chaplains are trained to do three things only: hold spiritual space, listen, and pray. They serve as an extension of the ministry’s team making personal connections with the congregation.
A Prayer Chaplain completes 50 hours of annual training and makes the commitment to serve his or her church community for one year.
How to Become A Prayer Chaplain?
Prerequisite: A Prayer Class & Lessons of Truth (preferred)
Orientation (mandatory for new PCs and optional for returning PCs)
2 1/2 day Foundation Training
Wellness Calling Training (approx 4 hours)
PC Experience Training (approx 3 hours)
Private Dedication Ceremony (approx 2 hours)
Being a Prayer Chaplain is transformative soul work as it deepens their spiritual path through prayer and service.
To inquire about the next opportunity to become a prayer chaplain please see one of our prayer chaplains trainers or use our contact us page