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Institutional Chaplains

The Alliance Southeast chaplains are a specialized group of individuals trained to address the spiritual and emotional needs of people in a wide variety of service sites - hospitals, nursing homes, hospice, state and county correctional facilities, police and fire departments and marketplace.

Institutional chaplaincy is one of The Alliance's most dynamic, effective means of reaching hurting and disenfranchised people.  Those who service in this capacity receive specialized training and possess unique skill sets that equip them to engage with "unchurched" people.

Chaplains in many ways become the face of Jesus to those who might not see Him in another human being.  The chaplain's calling is best summed up in the works of an Old Testament prophet:

To console those who mourn in Zion,
To give them beauty for ashes,
The oil of joy for mourning,
The garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness;
That they may be called trees of righteousness,
The planting of the Lord, that he may be glorified."
-Isaiah 61:3 (NKJV)

Congratulations Rev. Stan Sniezek!

Congratulations to Rev. Stan Sniezek for receiving Volunteer of the Year from Lake Clarke Shores Municipality, Palm Beach County, for his work as Police Chaplain. They also mentioned the New Life Alliance Church congregation's involvement and assistance in town events. 

We are excited to see how our official workers and their congregations are making an impact in the communities of The Alliance Southeast!

Congratulations Rev. Ted Heglund!

Congratulations to our own Rev. Ted Heglund for recently being awarded Chaplain of the Year 2018 by the Nassau County Sheriff's Office!

Pastor Heglund is currently the Senior Pastor of First Alliance Church of Hilliard, FL.  He has been a volunteer chaplain with NCSO for the past 13 years.  Pastor Heglund spends many Monday mornings leading devotions for agency employees and also assists in their personal time of need.  He is also called out to tragic scenes or situations where there may be a death in the family or some other type of crisis.  He also participated in visiting the sick at home or at the hospital. He serves on the NCSO Jail’s Inmate Welfare Fund Committee and is the coordinator of the chaplain’s weekly devotional written by one of the NCSO chaplains and made available to all employees.

List of Current District Chaplains

Betty Constance
Craig Daugherty
Phyllis Fitzwater
Kevin Hackett
Ted Heglund
Arnold Johnson
David Kordack
Mark Patterson
Bruce Rzengota 
Stan Sniezek
Jim Weiss
Dan Wolf
Geoffrey Yong

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