Chaplain Glenn Davis

Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium
Director, First Responder Chaplaincy Program Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Division of Faith Health Ministries at Wake Forest Baptist Health


Since 2016 Rev. Glenn Davis has served as the Chaplain Director of the First Responder Chaplaincy Program (FRCP) in the FaithHealth Division of Wake Forest Baptist Health. The FRCP is a one of a kind innovation as a hospital-based, community-focused model of chaplaincy delivering highly-proactive, on scene care for our most valuable and vulnerable public servants and their families.

Prior to moving to WFBH and developing the FRCP, Chaplain Davis was the full-time Chaplain for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office for over 27 years and served in the administrations of three former Sheriffs. He and his team are proudly continuing to serve the FCSO family now under the leadership of Sheriff Kimbrough and are grateful for his ongoing support of this innovative ministry.

The FRCP provides on-call staff support and crisis intervention for law enforcement, other first responders and survivor-victims of crime and other trauma. Chaplain Davis and his team routinely deploy 24/7 to assist law enforcement, fire and EMS and other organizations in the aftermath of critical incidents. The team’s embedded relationships with first responders offer many opportunities to teach wellness and resiliency across a wide range of organizations.

Chaplain Davis continues to collaborate throughout the community assisting many groups with a particular focus on teaching clergy, congregational leaders and other care-providers who seek to enhance their skill sets to better care for our public servants as well as their respective faith communities, neighborhoods and workplaces that are all potentially impacted by a broad range of traumatic events.

Chaplain Davis is an ordained Baptist minister and a graduate of College of Charleston (BS) and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.) and the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Residency Program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Chaplain Glenn Davis