Police Chaplain Coffee Shop is a new Facebook Group for police chaplains.
“Our virtual coffee shop is an ideal place to sit down with a cup of coffee, share important (or amusing) information, connect with other chaplains and learn something new,” explains the group’s creator, Chaplain David Fair.
Police Chaplain Coffee Shop is a public group, but only members can post or comment.
Membership open to police chaplain professionals, both current or retired. Friends of our community will also be granted membership on a case-by-case basis.
To join the group, click here.
You are among friends.
Just like your local coffee shop, members are encouraged to comment and share freely. You are among friends. Just keep in mind it is a public forum.
Members may share:
- Invitations to Like your page or support a local survivor fund
- Job listings
- New or retiring police chaplains
- Photos of your department’s chaplains
Humor is always welcome here.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. I look forward to visiting with you.
Warm regards, Chaplain David Fair
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