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The mission of the Berks County Sheriff’s Department is to promote a safe environment for our community.
 
Eric J. Weaknecht, Sheriff

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Berks County Sheriff's Department Chaplain
 

The Berks County Sheriff's Department Chaplain program was established by Sheriff Eric J. Weaknecht in January 2009. Its purpose is to make counseling and pastoral services available to deputies, their families, other departmental members and citizens of this community through the Chaplain's Program, whenever such services are requested. 

 

Reading Eagle: Lauren A. Little

Berks County Deputy Sheriff Brian S. Boyer is

the department chaplain.

 

If your community or organization is interested in using the services of the Berks County Sheriff's Department Chaplain, please contact our department at 610-478-6240 ext: 3262

 

A Deputy Sheriff's Prayer

Oh, Almighty God, whose great power
and eternal wisdom embraces the universe.
Please watch over all our Deputies.
Protect them in their everyday duties of serving papers,
traffic violations, riots, evictions, domestic violence, and more.
Give them the strength to accomplish
the difficult tasks that lie before them.
Give them the wisdom and quick reactions that will result
in the safety of the people in their community.
God, protect these brave men and women.
Grant them your Almighty protection
and please unite them safely with their families
after their duty has ended.

Amen

Dan Kelly's Korner: Chaplain deputy is tending Berks sheriff's flock
Published: 06/15/2009     Section: Devlin's Kitchen Table/Kelly's Korner
 
Result Type: Article - Reading Eagle

  

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