The Buddhist Chaplaincy
The Buddhist Chaplaincy

The Buddhist Chaplaincy

Kalyãna Mitra

The Buddhist Society - Founded 1924

The Buddhist Chaplaincy

The Buddhist Chaplaincy

The Buddhist Chaplaincy was founded by the Buddhist Society for the support of Buddhist chaplaincy.

The aims of the Buddhist Chaplaincy are to:

Offer support, training and accreditation opportunities for those engaging with Buddhist Chaplaincy Identify spiritual and pastoral needs within Buddhist communities to encourage greater community cohesion and social integration

The next Buddhist Chaplaincy training course starts in September 2017.

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Weekly Reflections and Blessings

The Buddhist Chaplaincy

We would like to invite you all to join in these troubled times to offer our kind thoughts, reflections, prayers and meditations to those named in our weekly newsletter and to all sentient beings everywhere.

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Chaplaincy Resources

Buddhist Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy Training

A warm invitation is extended to all Buddhists interested in chaplaincy work within a wide variety of areas.

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Buddhist Chaplaincy

Middle Way Newsletter

Kalyãna Mitra is a meeting place for individuals involved with the practice and development of Buddhist Chaplaincy.

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Buddhist Chaplaincy

Outreach Events

The courses are open to any person interesting practising Buddhist Chaplaincy.

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Buddhist Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy Handbook

The themes for the meetings are drawn from the document ‘Developing a Healthcare Chaplains’ Capabilities and Competencies’.

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