Corporate Chaplains of America (CCA) The organization employs full time, long term, career chaplains who combine workplace experience with professional chaplaincy training. In addition to holding seminary level or higher degrees, all chaplains will pursue certification through 154 hours of continuing education within the first year of tenure.
Federation of Fire Chaplains The purpose of this organization is to bring together individuals and groups who are interested in providing effective chaplaincies for fire service organizations. Its members exchange and share ideas and concerns that influence the quality of life of all members of the fire service and their families.
International Conference of Police Chaplains An interfaith organization of chaplains who serve law enforcement agencies. Pastoral care and counseling is provided to law enforcement officers, civilian employees, their families and/or assistance to crime victims. ICPC publishes a newsletter and holds training seminars.
His Victory Inc Truckers’ Chaplain Service “Our mission is to aid, comfort and support truckers, their families and associates in managing occupational stress, resolving personal problems and recovering from traumatic experiences through practical application of spiritual principles.”
Race Track Chaplaincy of America RTCA sanctions and oversees 60 chaplains who serve at 100 tracks and training/breeding centers throughout North America and around the world. Their mission is to provide, with excellence, for the spiritual, emotional, physical and social/educational needs of horse racing’s vast workforce.
A Christian Ministry in the National Parks Recognized by more than 40 Christian denominations, A Christian Ministry in the National Parks (ACMNP) is an educational ministry experience for lay people. We bring Christ’s message to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches — millions of visitors who come to enjoy God’s great natural wonders.
National Institute of Business and Industrial Chaplains NIBIC helps establish academic and professional criteria for the practice of this specialized ministry. These standards help ensure skilled, effective ministers. NIBIC’s goal is for every person providing pastoral care, counseling, and consultation in workplace settings to meet these professional standards.
Marketplace Ministries, Inc The world’s original and leading chaplain provider to businesses is a proactive and personalized Employee Care provider. Client companies are assigned a team of male, female, ethnically diverse chaplains who visit the work site regularly, and are available for crisis care, any needed help and confidential discussions.
The Institute of Worklife MinistryThe workplace chaplaincy training division of the Worklife Institute, providing education, mentoring and outreach services for pastoral care professionals. The Worklife Institute is a leading center for resources providing worklife support with a variety of programs for individuals and companies seeking to address with integrity the challenges of today’s business environment.
American Correctional Chaplains Association Correctional chaplains provide pastoral care to those who are disconnected from the general community by certain circumstances – in this case to those who are imprisoned, as well as to correctional facility staff and their families when requested. Where permitted, we also minister to the families of prisoners.
Military Chaplaincy Organizations
USA Army Chaplaincy U.S. Army Chaplains serve both God and country by bringing their unique gifts with which they are endowed by God, to the Soldiers of our nation in the broad, challenging, diverse, and ever changing environment of the Army.
USA Air Force Chaplain Services Air Force people live and work around the world serving our country. Chaplains serve side-by-side with them, leading worship services and observances, providing pastoral care, and advising leadership as they magnify the Air Force Chaplain Service vision of Glorifying God, Honoring Airmen, and Serving All.
USA Navy Chaplaincy Corps Tools and resources for chaplains and how to become a chaplain are provided here.
United States Corps of Chaplains (USCOC) A volunteer, non-sectarian Christian, charitable, non-profit 501(c)3 public service organization, active in community ministry to everyone, but with special emphasis on aid to active duty military members, veterans, and their family members.
Military Chaplains Association Headquartered in metropolitan Washington, D.C., they serve as the professional support organization for military chaplaincy in the U.S. “The voice of chaplaincy – articulating our Congressional mandate with a professional, prophetic, and pastoral voice.”
National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces (NCMAF) Our members, as endorsers for particular bodies, are the point of contact between the armed forces and over 220 religious denominations and faith groups. Our common goals are to recruit, endorse and provide oversight for clergypersons who desire to serve as chaplains in any one of the branches of our armed forces.
Veterans Affairs Chaplain Service The mission is to empower Department of Veterans Affairs Chaplains in the achievement of excellence in meeting the spiritual healthcare needs of Veterans.