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Called to ministry

As a diocese we believe that a key to being a church which is growing in spiritual & numerical strength is to pray and work for more people to offer to serve as ordained and lay ministers. This is because ministry is about the whole church joining in God’s kingdom work. And so we long to see more clergy and lay ministers with a vision for and confidence in the gospel, working collaboratively & prayerfully with the whole people of God to see people and communities transformed by Jesus.  We welcome inquiries from anyone at any age, whilst we are especially looking to increase the numbers of people exploring ministry in their teens and twenties.

"So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service"  Ephesians 4:11-12

Young people explore “vocation”

Around 30 young people from across the diocese gave up a cold February Saturday to explore what vocation might mean for them.

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Who to contact

Contact details for the Director of Ordinands and the Lay Vocations Adviser.

Lay ministry

Find out here how to explore a calling to lay ministry in general, or to a specific ministry. 


Vocation Voices

People from our diocese share their experience of God's call.

Asking the Lord

February 2016 is being set aside across the country as a month to pray for an increase in vocations of every kind.