Mapping Chaplaincy in Norfolk: A Report

Chaplains are increasingly the face of public religion. This report explores the chaplaincy landscape in Norfolk.

Forthcoming Events

Fiction or Gospel truth: can good stories tell a godly story?

Dr Paula Gooder and George Pitcher will discuss the nature and purpose of story-telling, from the gospels to contemporary fiction, in an attempt to illuminate the relationship between truth and fiction.


Chaplaincy Mapping Exercises

20th January 2017

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The findings in our very successful report, "Chaplaincy: A Very Modern Ministry", written by Ben Ryan, prompt us to take our research to the next level. If our initial research revealed that chaplaincy is growing and becoming increasingly diverse, with chaplains working in over thirty settings, this second project seeks a deeper understanding of chaplaincy in different areas of the UK.

In the following months Theos will be conducting research in Cornwall to map the chaplaincy terrain there. We need your help:

If you are a chaplain in Cornwall, working individually or as part of a chaplaincy team, of which you are the lead chaplain, then please fill out this survey (individual or lead chaplains only, please!). We will be very grateful if you, likewise, alert other lead chaplains to our research and direct them to the survey.

For any questions or more information, feel free to get in touch by writing to us.

Thank you for your help!

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