Strategic Partners for Spiritual Care release progress report

ACPE Board of Directors Rev. Amy Greene recently released a progress report on the status of ongoing reorganization efforts: The envisioned entity is being designed to accomplish both outward purposes for common efforts in advocacy, research, and marketing; and inward purposes for collaboration on certification, ethics, and other concerns for mutual benefit. Read the entire Read more about Strategic Partners for Spiritual Care release progress report[…]

Pew: role of religion in respondents’ countries

From Pew Global: Recent studies document younger adults being less religious than older generations and the global religious profile changing as the population grows. Across 27 countries surveyed, more think religion plays a less important role than a more important role compared with 20 years ago, but there is substantial regional variation on this question. About two-in-ten say Read more about Pew: role of religion in respondents’ countries[…]

Funding available for innovative CPE grants

As reported by Transforming Chaplaincy, ACPE’s funding cycle for innovative CPE programs has opened: The 2019 Innovative Program Awards funding cycle is now open! Funded by a portion of funds raised through the Sowing Seeds for our Holy Work Annual Campaign,Innovative Program Awards support ACPE members and/or centers in the achievement of ACPE’sStrategic Initiatives. Specifically, these innovative Read more about Funding available for innovative CPE grants[…]

CIL Founder published in JHCC

Along with Qian Zhang, Jess Shenkel, Sara Paasche-Orlow, Elizabeth Howard, Margaret Bryan, and John N. Morris, Wendy Cadge has published a new article in Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy. You can read the abstract to “Effect of Chaplaincy Visits in an Elder Care Setting: A Pilot Analysis of Existing Data” and find links to the Read more about CIL Founder published in JHCC[…]


Mapping Muslim Chaplaincy project issues report

The collaborative project to map Muslim chaplaincy, featured among Innovation Lab project leaders, has issued a report on its findings. You can read “Mapping Muslim Chaplaincy: Educational and Needs Assessment” here. This is an exciting project that makes a significant contribution to this field of spiritual care. We reproduce here a small section of the Read more about Mapping Muslim Chaplaincy project issues report[…]