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by Helen Clemow last modified 17 Nov, 2016 12:01 PM

Information about different types of ministry and who to contact for support and advice about exploring your faith

All Christians are called by God, by virtue of our baptism, to enjoy his love, to love God in return and to serve God and others in our lives.  Another way of describing our ‘calling’ is to talk about ‘vocation’, a word which comes from the Latin word “vocare” meaning ‘to call’. 

Vocation doesn't just apply to those people who are called to authorised ministry. All Christians have a vocation to witness to the transforming love of God through worship and service to others, using the gifts that God has given them. 

Vocations- Who, Me?Visit our dedicated Vocations website for latest news and information

 

Social media channels

Choose from
Twitter '@SarumCalling' on Twitter,
Facebook 'Salisbury Calling' on Facebook, or
Pinterest 'Salisbury Calling' on Pinterest
 

Vocations Enquiry Days

Who? Me?  Exploring God’s Call to Christian Ministry

Could God be prompting you to…
- Explore your faith more deeply?
- Use your skills and gifts in the church?
Then come to a Vocation Enquiry Day to meet with others who are exploring God’s call.

For information on our next Vocations Enquiry Day visit our events page

salisburycalling.org/events

 
Young Vocations

The Church of England is actively looking for young people who sense a call to ordination.Young vocations


Visit Call Waiting for more information

or contact one of our Young Vocations Champions.

We also offer a one year Ministry Experience Scheme called 'Pray Serve Grow' for 18-29s who want to find out what ministry in a parish is all about - to start your exploration, visit

salisburycalling.org/pray-serve-grow


And of course – follow us on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest

Further pages:

 
Vocations Sunday

An opportunity for a church to explore and encourage God’s calling to discipleship and service for the whole people of God. An excellent range of resources (sermons/talks, prayers, activities) are available here.

 
Main contact:

Benny is responsible for encouraging individuals, parishes and communities to recognise that God calls each of us to his service. He is there to offer advice on ministry in both traditional and fresh expressions of Christian service, lay and ordained, and assist people in their journey of discernment. Along with other members of the Ministry Team he is available to speak to individuals, parish and deanery groups together with schools and colleges and oversees the provision of vocational literature and day conferences.

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