The Tacoma-Pierce County Chaplaincy was incorporated 45 years ago to bring hope and healing to the hurting in our community in times of crisis. Since that time, our ministry has grown, but our passion remains the same: we are here to provide compassionate, competent, and comprehensive care to our community and first responders.
NOTICE OF STAFF CHAPLAIN VACANCY 8/1/2017 TPCC is soliciting qualified candidates to apply for the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office Staff Chaplain position that is currently vacant. JOB DESCRIPTION The role of Public Safety Chaplain is unique and challenging. Chaplains come alongside Police Officers and Firefighters, as well as the citizens they serve – through the…Details
Greetings from the Tacoma Pierce County Chaplaincy! As a valued local business in Pierce County we know you believe in the importance of community involvement. The Tacoma Pierce County Chaplaincy is hosting our Second Annual Trap Shoot Classic Fundraiser at Sumner Sportsmen’s Club on Saturday, August 19th, 2016 The Tacoma Pierce County Chaplaincy has…Details
Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community, are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It…Details
Praying for our Houston area emergency responders and brothers in blue. Harris County Assistant Chief Deputy Clinton Greenwood shot in Baytown. BAYTOWN, Texas – A deputy constable was shot and killed moments after he arrived at work Monday at a Houston-area courthouse. The victim was identified as Harris County Precinct 3 Assistant Chief Deputy…Details
April 29, 2017 – 10AM to 2PM
The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.
Please check with your local police dept on drop off sites.
TECUMSEH, Okla. – Authorities say that the police officer who was shot overnight in Tecumseh has passed away. “My department is not doing good,” said J.R. Kidney, Assistant Chief of Tecumseh Police. “I’ve been here about 22 years and this is our first officer-involved shooting. We haven’t had to live through this yet.” A community…Details