The Association of Chaplaincy
in General Practice

Improving care through listening and guidance

Upcoming Events

Online Training

Foundations of Primary Care Chaplaincy – Thursday 23rd and Tuesday 28th September 2021

We are delighted to be able to host our training course for new and prospective chaplains working in Primary Care

‘Foundations of Primary Care Chaplaincy’ is a two-day interactive training programme and will take place online on Thursday 23rd September and Tuesday 28th September 2021. There are only a few places left so register now if you would like to join us. Click here for more details and to register.

Past Events

Scroll down for details of previous events, including links to the presentations from our conference in January.

Online Training

Foundations of Primary Care Chaplaincy – Thursday 25th February and Tuesday 2nd March 2021

The pilot run of our training programme designed for new and prospective chaplains working in Primary Care was very well received!

‘An excellent course; well resourced, absorbing and motivating.’

‘I really enjoyed the course, I learned a lot and it gave me a clear focus on how to proceed.’

‘Thank you for the 2 day course it was so relevant; just what was needed to encourage and equip me to set up my local project.’

Online Conference

The Way Forward: A Better Story in Whole Person Healthcare – Tuesday 12th January 2021

A webinar exploring how social prescribing and primary care chaplaincy can enable more effective care for the whole person.

COVID-19 has heightened the awareness in healthcare of the importance of our common humanity. This webinar explores how understanding social prescribing and spiritual factors can honour that humanity and enable more effective care for the whole person.

This unique event on holistic primary care brings together a wide range of contributors from the fields of medicine, mental health and spiritual care. The video presentations from the webinar can be accessed here, including those from our keynote speakers, Helen Stokes Lampard, Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Bishop James Newcome, Health and Social Care advisor House of Lords. A copy of the day’s programme is available here: