Become a Telechaplaincy Volunteer
By ACPE News | March 30, 2020

We are facing unprecedented times, and many of us are wondering how we can respond. We are receiving requests from institutions seeking additional spiritual care support, particularly through telechaplaincy. At the same time, we know some CPE students have been unable to complete units due to new restrictions for visitation. We hope telechaplaincy might provide them additional hours towards the completion of units. 

We are seeking volunteers to meet these requests. If you would like to be considered for telechaplaincy support, please complete the volunteer form below.  Your information will only be shared with institutional leadership working to meet the needs of those whom they serve. If you have questions or need more information, please email

You may also want to explore resources for spiritual care during this crisis, available here from our colleagues at the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab. Thank you for your dedication to our shared work.

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Telechaplaincy Institutional Response Form
By ACPE News | April 1, 2020

In coordination with our strategic partners, ACPE has issued a call for qualified individuals to volunteer as chaplains during the COVID-19 crisis. As of this writing, we have received over 900 forms, which we hope brings you great hope amidst the storms you are enduring.
To better assess your needs and facilitate volunteer coordination, we have created a Telechaplaincy Institutional Response Form.  Please complete the form below if you require additional personnel and have particular needs such as disaster training expertise, multilingual volunteers, and staff support. We will do our best to identify volunteers. 
If you have a specific online process for volunteers, please send that information to and we will forward it to the volunteers. Please feel free to forward this email to any institution we may not serve who you think could benefit from these volunteers.
Thank you for all you do, especially in a time such as this.

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