Barbie and Chuck are experienced Chaplains, who have been serving in Washington state for a number of years. As executive director of the Washington Community Chaplain Corps (WC3) , Barbie cast a broad vision and built a team of solid chaplains who serve their communities in various capacities. She has had valuable experience and success in building relationships with local emergency management entities.
Chuck's passion has been toward jail and prison ministry for many years before he became a supportive member of the WC3. His desire for additional training and finding others who had a similar ministry mindset brought him to IAOCC and the WA Corps.
Barbie and Chuck have now answered the call to serve IAOCC, and all it's members, endeavoring to move the organizational goals forward, helping make IAOCC even better.
They are here to support Chaplains and Chaplain Corps in their individual and collective callings, to make IAOCC resources more accessible, to help in implementing more of the advanced trainings that Dr. Tracy has available, and other services that will help all concerned in the calling to Chaplaincy.
Barbie and Chuck value contact with IAOCC members, and the opportunity to share in the victories as well as the needs that are happening out 'in the field'. They hope to develop cross-pollination and encouragement between Corps around the country. Watch for emails, newsletters, and ongoing website enhancements, working toward these goals.
Blessings as you "Go Ye!"
IAOCC is a charter of Seneca Community Chaplain Corps, (SC3),
a 501c3 Kentucky Corporation
Barbie and Chuck Meier
of Chaplain Corps
2080 W 9th Av #122 Oshkosh WI 54902 419-618-5174 email@example.com
The International Alliance of Chaplain Corps (IAOCC) is focused on Workplace Ministry. We believe that God has called us to workplace ministry as part of His command, "Go ye." As a result, we endorse a variety of types of Chaplains including: Law Enforcement, Fire, Emergency Service, Community Service, Motorcycle, Court, School, Hospital, Hospice and more.
IAOCC was founded by a multi-state group of experienced Christian Chaplains who came together to promote Community Chaplaincy through the development of Chaplain Corps, High Professional Standards, and to support those who feel the call of God to serve in workplace ministry.
The IAOCC is a non-profit membership organization under the Seneca Community Chaplain Corps (SC3), dedicated to the mobilization and credentialing of those called into workplace ministry and Critical Incidents as Chaplains through:
Establishment of local and regional Chaplain Corps
Certification / Licensure / Ordination
Consultation in the development of Chaplains for
'Crisis and Disaster Response' and
'Community Service' for various Intl. organizations