WCD is a Local Ecumenical Partnership, sponsored by Churches Together in Derbyshire to carry forward the ministry of the Church in relation to Work and the Workplace. It is responsible for accrediting clergy and authorised laity, on behalf of the Bishops and the leadership of the member churches, to visit and minister to individual workplaces.
•To foster the well-being of those engaged in all sectors of employment.
•To relate to the inherent spirituality and creativity of human endeavour and the quality that it brings to a workforce.
•To engage in economic debate and witness to the conviction that God is active in economic affairs.
•To help transform work and the understanding of work in the light of the Gospel.
•To engage the Church in ministry to the workaday life of all people.
•To enable people to discover the presence of God in their daily work.
•To bring the world of work into the heart of the life of the Church in Derbyshire.
•To bring the compassion and hope of God into the working lives of people.
•To help uphold a sustainable and just economy.
WCD has chaplains serving in Industry, Police, Fire and Rescue, Transport, Industry, Sport and Agriculture Sectors.
To find out more, visit www.workplacechaplaincyderbyshire.org.uk
Derby City Centre Chaplaincy
Derby City Centre Chaplaincy expresses the love of Jesus in public, personal and prophetic ways through a team of chaplains, offering encouragement and support to all people in their workplaces.
Our chaplains serve in Retail, Business, Education, Social Care, Sport, City Council, Courts and Leisure sectors. To find out more, visit www.derbyccc.org.uk/
Other Town Centre Chaplaincies
These are in Swadlincote, Belper, Buxton, Ashbourne, Long Eaton, Ilkeston and Shirebrook.
For further information about WCD and DCCC, email Revd. Canon Paul Morris, WCD and DCCC Principal Chaplain at firstname.lastname@example.org
Major Incident Plan
Bishop Alastair introduces the new Major Incident Plan as follows:
The nature of disasters and emergencies are unpredictable. We never know when, where or in what form they are going to occur. We do know it is important that appropriately trained people can be relied on to respond quickly with the necessary help. Major Incident Plan Chaplains are recognised by the statutory agencies as having a significant role to play in a major incident or emergency within Derbyshire and Derby City.
For more information or queries please contact Revd. Canon Paul Morris