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Calvary Baptist Church
Address:
307 Columbia Avenue, Glasgow, KY, 42142, United States

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September 19, 2014

When disaster strikes, some of the first to respond to help are Southern Baptist disaster relief volunteers. Kentucky has an active disaster relief program which works in concert with similar programs in other states. Whether the disaster occurs in the state of Kentucky or elsewhere in the nation or the world, Kentucky volunteers may be called out to help.

Ministering to the spiritual and emotional needs of the survivors of a disaster; that’s the role of the disaster relief chaplain.

Every disaster relief team needs at least one chaplain, trained to care for people in the midst of crisis, which is their assigned task. Going door to door in a neighborhood where a chainsaw team is working provides many opportunities of ministry to a chaplain. In addition, stand-alone teams of chaplains may be deployed to minister in disaster situations if requested by the associational director of missions or disaster relief coordinator. Chaplains are also trained to identify and care for other team members who may be overwhelmed by the situation of the disaster.

Volunteers serving in the Chaplaincy Ministry are required to have the following training:

  • Phase I – Involving Southern Baptists in Disaster Relief
  • Phase II – 2 Day Chaplaincy Training

Registration and Schedule Details

Chaplaincy training is a two-day session on Friday and Saturday from 9-4. Both days of training are required. The course fee includes training, background check and lunch on Saturday. Completion of Phase I is a prerequisite.

Registration

Registration is just $20. Click here to register now.

Start: September 19, 2014 9:00 am
End: September 20, 2014 4:00 pm
Cost: 20

September 20, 2014

When disaster strikes, some of the first to respond to help are Southern Baptist disaster relief volunteers. Kentucky has an active disaster relief program which works in concert with similar programs in other states. Whether the disaster occurs in the state of Kentucky or elsewhere in the nation or the world, Kentucky volunteers may be called out to help.

Kentucky volunteers can staff feeding units designed to deliver thousands of hot meals on short notice, move in with chainsaws to help remove debris, do the dirty work of helping families remove mud from flooded homes and provide many other disaster relief services.

Registration and Schedule Details

Phase I Training for New Volunteers

Each Phase I session begins at 9 a.m., local time, and ends at 4 p.m. on Saturday only at each location. Phase I is during the morning session, 9-12; the afternoon session from 1-4 will be the volunteer’s choice of a Phase II class. The course fee includes Phase I & Phase II training on the same day, disaster relief hat, Phase I manual, background check, photo ID badge and lunch from 12-1. Course Fee $40.

Phase II Training

Phase II classes are 1-4 p.m. at each location.  The fee includes as many Phase II courses as the volunteer wishes to take, new photo ID badge and background check. Completion of Phase I is a pre-requisite. Course fee $20.

Returning volunteers will attend one of the following Phase II course options:

  • Assessment
  • Basic CPR
  • Chainsaw Safety
  • Communications
  • Safety
  • Emergency Child Care
  • Evangelism in Crisis
  • First Aid
  • Flood relief
  • Safe Food
  • Water Purification
  • Laundry Unit Set-up

Registration

Registration is just $40, and $20 for returning volunteers. Click here to register now.

Start: September 20, 2014 9:00 am
End: September 20, 2014 4:00 pm