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The chaplaincy at Eric Michel Ministries Int’l is a service for diverse faiths in the communities.

As chaplain, we encourage individuals in their spiritual quests, we respect the diversity of religious
beliefs, we work cooperatively with people of all faiths, we work together to offer an open-door ministry of
care and counselling to all faiths and to non-believers as well.

L’aumônerie aux Ministères Eric Michel Int’l est un service pour les diverses religions dans les communautés.

Comme aumônier, nous encourageons les individus dans leurs quêtes spirituelles, nous respectons la diversité des croyances religieuses, nous travaillons en collaboration avec des gens de toutes les confessions, nous travaillons ensemble pour offrir un ministère porte ouverte de soins et de conseils
à toutes les confessions et aussi bien aux non-croyants.


Dans l’Église, un chapelain, ou aumônier, est un membre du clergé chargé d’une chapelle et ou une institution particulière (école, hôpital, prison, etc.), mouvement religieux ou de jeunesse, unité militaire, etc. Il n’administre pas de territoire géographiquement déterminé. Sa responsabilité est de réponde aux besoins spirituels et pastoraux des fidèles dont il a la charge.


The chaplaincy         
A chaplain is a priest, pastor, rabbi, imam, lay representative of a world view attached to a secular institution such as a hospital, prison, military unit, police department, university, or private chapel. Though originally the word “chaplain” referred to representatives of the Christian faith, it is now applied to men and women of other religions or philosophical traditions–such as in the case of the humanist Belgium. In recent years many lay individuals have received professional training in chaplaincy and are now appointed as to work alongside or instead of official members of the clergy. The concept of ‘generic’ and/or ‘multi-faith’ chaplaincy is also gaining increasing support, particularly within healthcare and educational settings.


A chapel is a religious place of fellowship, prayer and worship most often associated with interfaith worship services. It may be part of a larger structure or complex, such as a church, synagogue, college, hospital, palace, prison or funeral home, located on board a military or commercial ship, or it may be an entirely free-standing building, sometimes with its own grounds. The chapel is under the leadership of  a chaplain. Our chapel denoted a place of worship that is at a location that is not the responsibility of  any other faith,
church, parish excepted  the members of EMMI.

We have a non-denominational chapel who is an inter-faith chapel who was consecrated by our bishop.

Street & Community Chaplains
Street Outreach Workers role is to mild down suffering locally and referring people in need to appropriated organisms.

  • Substance Abuse Organisms
  • Women Shelters
  • Mental Illness Resources
  • Children
  • Food & Clothing
  • AIDS & other sexual transmission diseases / Safe sex
  • G.L.B.T.
  • Spiritual Support
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Spiritual Abuse
  • Illness


  1. Hospital Chaplaincy
  2. Military Chaplaincy
  3. Correctional Chaplaincy
  4. Workplace Chaplaincy
  5. Hospice Chaplaincy
  6. Veterans Affairs Chaplaincy
  7. Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
  8. Fire Department Chaplaincy
  9. EMS Chaplaincy
  10. Pet Chaplaincy
  11. School Chaplaincy
  12. Non-Profits Groups Chaplaincy Royal Canadian Legion
  13. Eric’s Timeline Floods
  14. Non-Profits Groups Chaplaincy  Canadian Legion Riders
  15. Facebook
  17. Parade
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