Deacon Claire Herbert
The Church of Scotland's ‘Talking Ministry' series shares personal stories from those serving in Christian ministry, along with resources filled with questions, prayers and reflections to help encourage reflection on how God might be calling you at this time.
In this video, Deacon Claire Herbert DCS speaks about her role as the chaplain at the Lodging House Mission in Glasgow.
My ministry: Clair Herbert DCS, chaplain at the Lodging House Mission in Glasgow.
Claire Herbert has been the chaplain at the Lodging House Mission in Glasgow since July 2019.
She is a member of the Diaconate, which enables her to live out her calling in the ministry of service to provide care and support to homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded people.
Claire, 45, has a degree in Divinity from the University of Glasgow and lives in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire with her husband Craig and their four children, Ewan, 19, Amy, 18, Adam, 14, and Lauren, 12.
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