Ordination Exploration Days
Wondering if you’re called to be…ordained?
Read these words and look at the image below as you ponder the questions
Ordination is the culmination of a long process in which the Church:
- discerns the call of candidates
- tests the call
- forms ministerial development
Ordination goes hand-in-hand with your ‘reception into Full Connexion’ with the Methodist Conference. This is when ministers and the Church/Conference enter into a covenant relationship, with the associated privileges and responsibilities.
We read of the early Christians: “All who believed were together and had all things in common.” Acts 2:44 (NRSV)
Methodism teaches us that we “watch over one another in Christian love.”
- Who can you talk to about your sense of calling?
- What type of community do you long to be a part of?
Ordination – Exploration Days
Is God calling you to be an Ordained Minister in the Methodist Church?
Has anyone ever suggested to you that you would make a good minister?
Do you want to know more about the life of the ordained?
Please join us on:
Online – 25 September 2021 - via Zoom - click here to book
Come and find out more about:
- Being an Ordained person
- How to Candidate for Ordained Ministry
- What is included in the Training Pathways
These events are free, however, booking is required. You are welcome to bring a friend or significant other with you.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Not sure if this day is for you? Have a conversation with your Minister or Superintendent Minister
Please be aware that attending this exploration date does not oblige you to candidate as a Methodist Minister.
For Frequently Asked Questions about candidating please see the FAQs page here.