This involves much thought and prayer as well as gathering information about the particulars of ARH Chaplaincy Services. If you have questions or wish to have more information, please contact Sam Stacy at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (606) 487-7781
Ministry to persons who are hospitalized is an ancient tradition in the major faiths of the world. ARH invites you to consider becoming a part of the ministry of pastoral care in the hospital setting and to join the unique fellowship of religious and spiritual care providers known as Chaplains.
- Any clergy person duly called and/or ordained by his or her faith group, denomination or local church community is eligible for consideration as a volunteer chaplain. Verification of ordination or current pastoral/priestly responsibilities is furnished upon application.
- Persons who are neither licensed nor ordained but who, upon official appointment by their local faith community, are providing religious or spiritual care, provide evidence of such designation with a letter signed by the pastor or official of the local faith community governing board or agency
- Health care providers who offer spiritual care and comfort in the line of duty as a part of their job description provide a copy of licensure as a health care provider and evidence of experience in spiritual or religious training and skills.