IFOC mailing address change:
PO BOX 5488
Hudson, FL 34674-5488
International Fellowship of Chaplains, Inc.
IFOC is a non profit organization, providing training, recognition, certification and information in the varied areas of chaplaincy. We interface with both the secular and ministry worlds for the purpose of promoting tolerance and understanding, as well as, provide professional, trained and dedicated chaplains in the various fields of need.
The work of the chaplain differs greatly from the work of the pastorate. The pastor cares for the spiritual needs of the congregation; whereas, the chaplain must care for the needs of the secular world as well.
There are several fields of chaplaincy, some of which are easily recognized. Others are not. The IFOC endorses all types of chaplains and recognizes the need for credentialed coverage. Some chaplaincy areas of note are, police, fire, hospital, jail, industrial, transportation, search & rescue, sports, collegiate, hospice, nursing home, motor cycle, and the list goes on. All are valid in scope and design. All need education, credentials & guidance to do the work their hearts desire.
Is your church or ministry ready for the next disaster?
“Ministers in the workplace” (chaplains) have training and credentials that open doors of ministry that are currently closed to many individuals and organizations. The I.F.O.C. can help prepare you for the next disaster.
Go to our Membership page for information on chaplain training and credentialing.
Please remember to keep us informed of your current contact information. You can submit your updates here. This will help us keep our membership database up to date.
Membership Dues now include Liability and Errors and Omissions Insurance. Read more...
For Community Chaplains
- Business Cards - T-Shirts
Fire & Police Chaplain Business Cards
Online ordering for IFOC Chaplain
Emergency Service logo equipment,
and all official uniform supplies
General: Supports IFOC training and operational expenses. Disaster Relief: Help IFOC Chaplains deploy to a disaster. This is a great way to sponsor participants
and to provide relief for those suffering from a disaster.