Ukrainian military chaplains receive training from British Army

Image of a hand painted in the Ukraine Flag colours - Photo by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash

Ten Ukrainian chaplains have been embedded with the Royal Army Chaplains’ Department of the British Army to learn more about providing pastoral care, spiritual support and moral guidance during military operations – and the post-war rebuilding period that ultimately follows.

The ability to deliver pastoral care, spiritual support and moral guidance has made chaplaincy a critical capability for Ukrainian commanders. Chaplains are in demand and it is truly humbling to be asked to support them in deepening their understanding of their role within war. These ten chaplains have answered the call of their nation; they are no longer just our international partners, they are our colleagues and friends. I pray that God will bless, protect and guide them as they return to Ukraine.

Click here to read more from the UK Government Press Release.

Photo by Elena Mozhvilo on Unsplash


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