Canadian Campus Ministers
The Canadian Association of Campus Chaplains approved a code of ethics in 1992 . The UVic Interfaith (now Multifaith) Chaplaincy discussed and adapted this code to the specific context of the University of Victoria, and this version was accepted by the Multifaith Chaplaincy Team in January 2004.
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In 2002, Tom Sherwood wrote the Action Plan for the establishment of a new campus ministry at Algonquin College in Ottawa. This 54-page document is dated in some respects, but reviews every aspect of campus ministry, from Mission Statement to fundraising.
Get the full document: 2002 Algonquin College Action Plan
In July 2012, Continuum Books (a British academic publisher) released “International Perspectives on Higher Education” edited by Trevor Kerry. Chapter 3, written by Tom Sherwood, contains references to professional campus ministry in Canada and the development of the International Association of Chaplains in Higher Education (IACHE).
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The fourth Global Conference of religious professionals in higher education met at Yale, attended by about 450 people from 25 countries and 7 world religions. 45 Canadians attended — 10% of the conference. Here are our email addresses.
Get the full document: Canadian Campus Ministers at IACHE, June 2012