Chaplaincy Counts in The Episcopal Church
We believe that chaplaincy counts in The Episcopal Church so we want to count the chaplains of the Episcopal Church. The purpose of this survey is to get a count of the number of Episcopal chaplains in the U.S. and to better understand their characteristics.

This effort is supported by a UTO grant to the Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations, led by the Rev. Margaret Rose, who also serves as the endorsing officer of The Episcopal Church. Feel free to reach out to the Rev. David Fleenor, Chaplaincy Consultant, in the Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations, at with any questions or comments about this survey or the project.  
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First Name *
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Which type(s) of chaplaincy do you currently practice? (Click all that apply)
What is your current level of activity in chaplaincy?
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If you are currently active in chaplaincy, are you a paid employee or a volunteer? (Click all that apply)
If you are paid, who pays you? (Click all that apply)
On average, how many hours per week of chaplaincy ministry do you provide?
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Are you currently endorsed by The Episcopal Church? *
Are you currently a board-certified chaplain? *
If you are board-certified, by which organization(s) are you board-certified? (Click all that apply) *
Are you currently a member of the Assembly of Episcopal Healthcare Chaplains (AEHC)?
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How many units of CPE did you complete?
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In which order of ministry are you currently in?
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