An IFOC Corps is a group of IFOC Chaplains in an area that work together to serve their local community. Corps are led by a Commander, have a defined rank structure, and meet together on a regular basis to serve and train. This team approach to chaplaincy allows IFOC to provide greater availability and accountability to the communities we serve.
Corps often serve their communities with Critical Incident Stress Management services, crisis & disaster response, first responder chaplaincy, and give additional support and backup to the individual chaplains as they work in their individual area of Chaplaincy should they need assistance. Each Corps is a functional DBA of the International Fellowship of Chaplains. IFOC Corps are dynamic and relational groups that truly help their members be the hands and feet of Jesus in their community.
Phoenix, AZ – IFOC Valley of the Sun Chaplain Corps
Tucson, AZ – Tucson Community Chaplain Corps
Sarasota, FL – IFOC Manasota Chaplain Corps
Atlanta, GA – IFOC PeachCorp4Him Chaplain Corps
Redford, MI – Heart of the Community Chaplains Corps
Columbus, MS – IFOC Golden Triangle Chaplain Corps
Charlotte, NC – IFOC Metrolina Chaplain Corps
Fayetteville, NC – Sandhills Community Chaplain Corps
Moravian Falls, NC – Blue Ridge Chaplain Corps
Albuquerque, NM – Albuquerque Regional Community Chaplains Corp (ARCCC)
Santa Fe, NM – IFOC Santa Fe Chaplaincy Corps
Rio Rancho, NM – IFOC NM Rio Grande Valley Chaplain Corps
Taos, NM – Sangre de Cristo Chaplains Corps (SCCC)
Cincinnati, OH – Southwest Ohio Chaplain Corps
Harleysville, PA – IFOC Southeastern Pennsylvania Chaplain Corps
Frisco, TX – I.F.O.C. Frontline Chaplains
Killeen, TX – IFOC Heart of Texas Chaplain Corps
Norfolk, VA – IFOC Hampton Roads Chaplain Corps
Woodbridge, VA – IFOC Capital Area Chaplain Corps
Menasha, WI – IFOC S.E. Wisconsin Chaplain Corps
Chaplains who do not live in an area with a Corps belong to a virtual team. This group is organized by geographic region and bring together their Chaplains in a virtual environment. Each Virtual Team is lead by a Captain. These groups work together in a very similar fashion to a Corps except they meet virtually / remotely. Once a region has enough IFOC chaplains, the Virtual Team is organized into a Corps.
Please contact us for more information on Corps or Virtual Teams and starting one in your area.