Chaplains steady the Soul… when Heart and Head are under pressure

Chaplaincy shows that people matter.. all life has breadth and depth

Workplace Chaplains help staff to have confidence in changing times

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Introduction to Voluntary Workplace Chaplaincy:  February 2019 Course

We are running our popular 7 week Workplace Chaplaincy Training course from February 11 2019.

If you are interested in making connections between the community and local businesses, and helping working people make sense of life and faith – come and join us!

More info on our Events and Courses page

To find out more about current issues from our Chaplaincies visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CIGB1 and our Twitter account @CIGBChaplaincy

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CIGB is a team of Workplace Chaplains sponsored by Churches  
We  work for God’s Common Good  in Economic Life in Birmingham and Solihull
 

Workplace Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy offers support and witness. Chaplains give time and care. Workplace staff come to us for confidential listening, and friendly relationship independent of their workplace. Through our mission, we witness to hope and faith. Chaplains help organisations to think beyond the normal boundaries. Our growing base of volunteer chaplains shows that Christians recognise the challenges of working life.

Although our main activity is chaplaincy to workplaces, we also act in partnership with churches to respond in discipleship to issues of jobs, money and fair working practices.

For all people of faith in the workplace, our chaplains support their ‘faithfulness at work’. For people of no faith, we empower and encourage.

Churches support Workplace Chaplaincy because it is part of their showing Jesus’ love in action today. As churches re-imagine their ways of working,  Chaplaincy is a ‘Very Modern Ministry’ according to a recent report.

CIGB Workplace Chaplaincy is part of a national network of chaplains: Workplace Chaplaincy Mission UK

We run a regular Chaplaincy Training Course which offers Christians a chance to explore making sense of their faith in a work environment, and an Introduction to Birmingham Training Day to help Church organisers connect their theology with major public policy issues in Birmingham. For a list of where our current 60+ chaplaincies are based see here.

Workplace Chaplaincy sponsored by the Churches of Birmingham and Solihull

The Presidents of CIGB are the leaders of Birmingham Churches Together (birminghamchurches.org.uk).

The CIGB chaplaincy team has members from the different denominations of church in Birmingham and Solihull. CIGB also works with individual church communities in working for a faithful local economies in their areas. We receive financial support from Church denominations for our work, and this support is matched by donations from a number of businesses.

For an impression of urban chaplaincy, read here a Mission Matters report on Methodist town centre chaplaincy projects in the UK.