Deadline Approaching for Chaplaincy Corps Applications

Posted at 3 p.m.

The Fairfax County Community Chaplain Corps (FCCC Corps) is in search of ordained Fairfax County resident clergy who are interested in participating in the Corps.
Fairfax County Community Chaplain Corps (FCCC Corps)
The deadline for applications is August 26, however, interested clergy are strongly encour­aged to apply as soon as possible. The next training series begins Sept. 19.

Click here to download an application.

Chaplain candidates will participate in  50 hours of training between September and March  2017 to include  two online courses and  five classroom courses. FCCC Corps certification will be awarded in March 2017 upon successful training completion and candidate reviews.

The FCCC Corps provides spiritual care and pastoral crisis intervention to community members impacted by the effects of a disaster or emergency. Chaplains work as part of an emergency or disaster team under the direction of an incident com­mander and in cooperation with the county’s public safety agency chaplains and mental health professionals.

Get more information on the FCCC Corps.


About Fairfax County Emergency Information

Official emergency information about preparedness, response and recovery from Fairfax County Government.

3 responses to “Deadline Approaching for Chaplaincy Corps Applications”

  1. Thomas B. Bash says :

    Is this an emergency?

    • Fairfax County Emergency Information says :

      Thomas … obviously the information itself is not an emergency, however, since the Chaplain Corps works with Fairfax County residents during emergencies — and at other times as well — as a vital part of the county’s emergency response system through our emergency operations center, we felt this was important to share with our residents. This blog is not only used to share critical emergency information during times of crisis, but also is a resource for emergency-related news and emergency preparedness information at all other times of the year. Thanks for your comment and understanding.

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