Race track chaplaincy of america

Serving God. Serving People.

serving the horse racing industry everyday

From the backstretch to the board room, the Chaplains, Councils and volunteers of the Race Track Chaplaincy of America (RTCA) are dedicated to sharing the love of Christ by ministering to the needs of everyone involved in the horse racing industry.  Our ministry focuses on five areas of need:


SPIRITUAL
EMOTIONAL
PHYSICAL
SOCIAL
EDUCATIONAL

  • Serving

    Join our mission

    Type the content for this list item here. This is just example text to show you what it will look like when you enter text content into this list item. Your unique, authentic, and appropriate text will be filled into this section.

  • giving

    support our mission

    Type the content for this list item here. This is just example text to show you what it will look like when you enter text content into this list item. Your unique, authentic, and appropriate text will be filled into this section.

  • Leadership

    Meet Our leaders

    Type the content for this list item here. This is just example text to show you what it will look like when you enter text content into this list item. Your unique, authentic, and appropriate text will be filled into this section.

RTCA Chaplains

his hands and feet

Recent statistics state that the horse racing industry in the United States employs over 400,000 people, many of whom have non-traditional work schedules which do not allow them the opportunity to attend traditional church services. These closed communities present a great need for the message of God's love. Our Chaplains follow Jesus' example by following the need and taking the church to the people.


Our Chaplaincies provide many services, including:

  • Bible Studies & Worship Services
  • Food & Clothing Banks
  • Recreational Activities
  • Referrals for healthcare, legal, and financial services
  • Educational Workshops
  • Transportation
  • Biblically-based  counsel
  • and MUCH, MUCH MORE!

FIND A CHAPLAIN

A Chaplain's life

RTCA Chaplain John Shumaker shares a typical day in the life of an RTCA Chaplain.