Princess Alexandra Hospital :  St Clare's Hospice : Police Chaplain : Harlow Rugby Club 




Police Chaplain - Rev Jokey Poyntz

I am a Church of England minister working as Team Vicar of St Mary’s Little Parndon in the town centre parish with St Paul’s in Harlow and I also have a Community role as Deanery Missioner. I have always been interested in community chaplaincy of various kinds and used to work as a Street Pastor in Harlow (before and after I was ordained) where we trained with and worked closely with the police, so when an opportunity came up to be a Police Chaplain along with Darren, it seemed like a God-given opportunity. Although I haven’t been doing it long I have felt privileged to be warmly welcomed at Harlow Police Station, and to try to be a friendly face (usually with a box of biscuits!) and a listening ear and to show God’s love to people doing what can often be a tough and stressful job.


Princess Alexandra Hospital Chaplain - Christian Okeke 


Revd Christian Okeke leads the Chaplaincy services at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, Harlow. He relocated from North of the border with his family in 2015 to support The Princess Alexandra Hospital in delivering an agenda focussed on achieving excellence. The Hospital Chaplaincy department is charged with the spiritual and pastoral care of patients, their relatives and the staff members.

Christian can be contacted on 01279 444 455 Ext 2717 or on his pager via the switchboard or


Harlow Rugby Club Chaplain - Ben Norris

Hey there, I'm Ben Norris, and I'm proud to lead the team at GodCentral Church. Alongside my duties there, you'll also find me as a chaplain at Harlow Rugby Club, where I bring a unique blend of pastoral care and spiritual support to the players and staff.

As a sports chaplain, I'm all about being servant-hearted, aiming to be both pastorally proactive and spiritually reactive. My role isn't just about religious beliefs – it's about serving everyone in the club, regardless of their position, beliefs, or lifestyle. Whether it's offering a listening ear in tough times or sharing in the good times, I'm there to support and uplift the entire community.

I'm grateful to be supported by Sports Chaplaincy UK, an organisation that shares my commitment to serving others in the world of sports. Together, we're making a positive impact both on and off the field.


St Clare's Hospice Chaplain - Ann Kosla

I am Chaplain at St Clare Hospice seeking to promote spiritual care to patients and their families. This involves much listening and helping people reflect on their core beliefs and meanings in their life.

Part of a multidiscipline team I work with counsellors and social workers to provide holistic care to people of all faiths and none. 

Christian Minister I network with faith leaders across the area so that we can offer person centred care.

I am interested in creating opportunities to engage with the wider    community in spiritual conversations.









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