Wellbeing is all about human flourishing and functioning well. Ministerial wellbeing encompasses all that promotes the health and wholeness of our clergy and Licensed Lay Ministers.
The Covenant for Clergy Care and Wellbeing was unanimously adopted by Chelmsford Diocesan Synod in 2022. We aim to resource and enable all our ministry personnel to flourish in their ministries.
Read more about The Covenant for Clergy Care and Wellbeing
Details of wellbeing support available to ministers.
Healthy rhythms include work, rest, prayer, exercise and nutrition, and for many ‘time-out'.
The Covenant for Clergy Care and Wellbeing as unanimously adopted by Chelmsford Diocese in 2022.
Deanery Wellbeing Champions listen to colleagues and signpost avenues for wellbeing support.
Information about a series of wellbeing support groups and learning communities for ministers in our diocese.
Coaching is a partnership offering support, encouragement, and challenge to clergy and licensed lay ministers leading churches.
The Diocese of Chelmsford has arrangements with three counselling services for the provision of confidential counselling…
The steering group guides, oversees and reviews ministerial wellbeing and the implementation of the Covenant.
Books, ideas, apps and podcasts - to help support wellbeing in Christian leadership
Links to resources and organisations who can offer support and advice related to wellbeing
Resources, guidance and information to support clergy and licensed lay ministers.