Policy & Guidance
- Actively serving chaplains are required to attend the PCCMP Annual Training and Credentialing Event at least once every three years as mission and funding permit. If military commanders cannot provide TDY/TAD funds, we highly encourage the use of permissive TDY/TAD to allow military members to attend events.
- Annual Report Requirement: No Later than 31 December of each year, please submit a completed annual report to the PCCMP. Fillable PDF forms are available below.
- Military Chaplain Report – http://pccmp.org/dod-annual-report-form-pccmp-2019/
- VA Chaplain Report – https://presfedchap.org/department-of-veterans-affairs-annual-report-form-pccmp-2020-improved/
- Federal Bureau of Prisons – http://pccmp.org/fbop-annual-report-form-pccmp-2019-2/
- Civil Air Patrol – http://pccmp.org/cap-annual-report-form-pccmp-2019-2/
- Please inform the PCCMP of any changes to your residence, assignments or other pertinent information.
- Please prayerfully consider supporting the PCCMP with a portion of your tithe.
- All PCUSA military chaplains separating or retiring from the military should submit their DD 214 to the PCCMP
- Reserve and Guard Chaplains may find this “Sample Mobilization Agreement” useful when working with churches or institutions. Sample Mobilization Agreement.
For military chaplains please see, “THE APPOINTMENT AND SERVICE OF CHAPLAINS DoDI 1304.28” Click Here
- Guidance Letter on Maintaining Professional Relationships (coming soon)
- Guidance Letter on Marriage Ceremonies for PC(USA) ministers serving as chaplains
- Baptism Forms and Certificates:
- Chaplains must maintain good standing with their presbytery. Please keep your presbytery updated as to your contact information and any reports or training required by them.
- Chaplains hosting endorser visits should work with their command and review Endorser Visits to Military Installations Guidance.
- NCMAF 2021 AFCB Endorser Presentation Click Here
- Defense Logistics Agency Chaplain Resource Page Click Here