The Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre
Deep in the Hampshire Countryside lies one of the Ministry of Defence's finest assets: Amport House - home of the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre (AFCC).
[ Courses at AFCC ]
Whatever the time of year, the house and magnificent park and gardens offer a peaceful setting for the work that takes place at the AFCC.
The Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre is able to offer a wide variety of residential courses. Besides supporting the Service Chaplains, the Centre offers many courses to those who are interested in developing their ability to work with people in the Service community.
The courses are aimed at enhancing both personal skills and the skills required in the pastoral care of Service personnel and their families. This site gives details of the courses and an application form which can be downloaded and completed.
As a Chaplaincy Centre, Amport House can offer a unique atmosphere where people of any rank and background can work, dine, learn and relax together in a private and secure location. The Chapel offers a further place of peace and tranquillity around which the community centres its spiritual life.
Where capacity exists in the programme, space is given to organizations that have spiritual, moral or welfare roles within the Service community, so that its unique atmosphere can be offered to as many service people and their dependants as possible.
We hope you will be able to find something that will be of benefit to you and that will both support and enhance your work.