Holistic Christian Care for Those Who Need it Most
The need for deeply studied, deeply caring chaplains in Christian ministry is immense. Those who serve as chaplains in the military, schools, universities, hospitals and prisons feel this need perhaps the most. Ministering in challenging, difficult and sometimes grim circumstances requires a special kind of training. Through Capital Seminary & Graduate School’s program, you’ll learn how to provide hope and healing as a chaplain.
The chaplaincy studies concentration focuses on teaching holistic Christian care, offers students practical training in addiction counseling and care, marriage and family issues, pastoral care and counseling in grief, loss and crisis.
“Crafting spiritually formed ministry leaders for an interconnected world.”
“Capital really understands how to integrate your study with people who are doing ministry in a high-paced and intensive environment. The combination of being part of a cohort, studying online and doing some intensives together is a really good balance. They really cracked the code in helping to integrate your study and the work with the ministry you are doing daily.”
– Pastor Darren Whitehead ’18, Church of the City Nashville
Dr. John Wheatley
“It is an honor to be a co-laborer in the unique ministry of chaplaincy!” — Dr. WheatleyRead Bio
Dr. Rick Rhoads
Chair of the Church & Ministry Leadership Department
“Who we are and how we live together is what we teach.” — Dr. RhoadsRead Bio