The World Council of Independent Christian Churches provides Ecclesiastical Endorsement, Certification and Ordination to qualified Candidates seeking to serve as a Chaplain.
The World Council of Independent Christian Churches is recognized by the United States Department of Defense, the United States Department of Justice, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, and is registered as a “recognized” church in all fifty of the Unites States and 78 Countries for the purpose of ordination and licensing. The WCICC is able to provide all required documents needed to serve as a chaplain.
In addition to providing the necessary endorsements and credentials
required by employers, the WCICC also provides continuing
education and training in the field of Chaplaincy. This information
is available to Chaplains in the Chaplains Member Section
of the WCICC website.
The qualifications of Chaplains are controlled by the hospital,
correctional facility, jail, corporation or branch of military
service in which you are applying.
To qualify for Chaplaincy in the WCICC a candidate must be
a member of the WCICC, pass a background check and be ordained
by the WCICC.
WCICC Chaplains serve is several different capacities around the world.
For information on becoming a WCICC Chaplain please click on any if the related fields in which you want to serve.