St Clement Danes
St Clement Danes is the Central Church of the Royal Air Force. The original Wren building was badly damaged by enemy action in 1941. It was rebuilt by the Royal Air Force in 1958 to become its spiritual heart.
It is a living church prayed in daily and visited throughout the year by thousands seeking solace and reflection.
(background, organisation, biographies and resources from our own Chaplains)
Forces Prayerline was launched in November 2008. The Prayerline is for any member of our community who would like prayer for anyreason. So it's for those in uniform and our families. Calls are charged at the local rate and further details are available below:
Armed Forces' Christian Union
The Armed Forces' Christian Union is the only military Christian fellowship in Britain involved with all three Services. Its focus is to prayerfully support and serve all members of the British Armed Forces.
(links to Military Christian Organisations supporting our personnel & families)
(Contact details of the Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh Chaplains to the Armed Forces)
Armed Forces' Muslim Association
The Armed Forces' Muslim Association was set up for Muslim personnel serving in the UK Armed Forces. The aim of the association is to enhance the wellbeing of serving Muslim personnel and our veterans whilst raising awareness of common issues facing our people. Further details are available on the website below:
Message from His Holiness the Dalai Lama
On the occasion of the 2009 Conference of the Armed Forces' Buddhist Society, His Holiness the Dalai Lama sent a personal message to all those attending.
Defence Humanists are a growing body of servicemen and women, as well as families, veterans and civilian members of the Ministry of Defence who seek to represent the interests of all those who subscribe to non-religious beliefs.