Community Chaplaincy

The Release Lincs Community Chaplaincy started in November 2013.  The project works with people who find themselves in prison and supports them through the gate upon release into their community in Lincolnshire.  Kirstie Clarke is the Community Chaplain, assisted by Kate, the Project Administrator.

Volunteer Mentors are invited to apply (via form below) and will undergo a 4 day core training that covers the skills and knowledge needed to support someone.  Full support and monthly supervision is available from Kirstie during this time and when volunteers are matched to a mentee.  A training programme covering further skills and awareness follows.  All volunteers will undergo a probationary period after core training.

Call Kirstie or Kate on 01522 663090 (Prison Chaplaincy Office) or 07951 256550 for more information or a chat about the opportunity.


Community Chaplaincy Presentation
Information about the history and work of Release Lincs Community Chaplaincy
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Mentor Application Form
Application form to be used for people wishing to become a volunteer mentor with the Release Lincs Project
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Community Chaplaincy Vision and Principles
A description of the vision for the Community Chaplaincy Project, what it hopes to achieve and the principles which will guide it
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Mission Statement
Community Chaplaincy - Helping to break the cycle of re-offending
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