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You should be an ordained minister from a recognised church like Anglican, Assemblies of God, Baptist Union of Great Britain, Church of Scotland, Churches in Communities International, Congregational Church, Elim Pentecostal, Methodist, Presbyterian Church of Ireland, Roman Catholic, or the United Reformed Church. Alternatively, you can be an authorised religious leader from Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, or Sikh Faith Communities. A theological degree or equivalent qualification is required, along with at least three years of pastoral experience.
You must also be a national of the UK, Commonwealth citizen, or dual national who has lived in the UK for five years before applying. The selection process includes the Royal Naval Fitness Test (RNFT) and the Naval Swimming Test to assess physical fitness.
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