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Petersfield Town Chaplaincy

Since 2011, The Petersfield Town Chaplaincy has been set up to primarily support the business community in Petersfield, and through our experience of serving in this way, we have proved many times the value that this service has provided to the business community.

Minutes of Chaplaincy Meetings

How can we help your business?

Some examples of how we have been able to support employees are as follows:

Other ways we can help

Our work is not limited to providing a listening ear to the business community and their staff, but we are also able to provide Chaplaincy in hi-viz jackets for any public event, including the recent Remembrance Sunday where we assisted by providing crowd control, and being on hand to provide help and direction when required.

Who are we?

Our Patrons

Our History

How did we start?

Some individuals felt the desire to go out and serve in their community, so set out to visit other similar groups working in other towns and deciding on how the Petersfield Business Community would be best served.  Once the group was formed with a team of trustees, a plan was put together, and volunteer Chaplaincies were trained.  Petersfield Town Chaplaincy was born, and adopted by Petersfield Area Churches Together to represent the fact that all churches together were serving their community in this way.

Above: Commissioning the Chaplaincy Team at the Service for Christian Unity, St Peter's 20 January 2013

Some of the Chaplaincy Team with MP Damian Hinds

Contact John Callaghan - chaplaincy@pact.org.uk - 07933 479701

To be informed of the activities of Petersfield Town Chaplaincy subscribe to the Chaplaincy email group


The Alliance of Town and City Chaplaincies is a loose network of projects which have either established Christian town or city chaplaincies, or are working on developing such a chaplaincy.  It was formed following recognition that God was doing something really special through the work of existing town chaplaincies, and also following a national conference held in April 2013 to explore how best practice could be shared, and organisations and individuals supported – both practically and pastorally.

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