Lay Ministry

by Helen Clemow last modified 09 Aug, 2019 09:13 AM

A page about authorised lay ministers, with contact details and links to more information.

Licensed Lay Ministers (LLMs)

Lay Ministers are licensed to work alongside ordained colleagues in the parishes where they serve. In some cases their ministry is rooted in the community or in the workplace rather than in the life of the local church. More here

Lay Pastoral Assistants (LPAs)

Lay Pastoral Assistants assist with the pastoral ministry of the parishes where they live. They are chosen by their incumbent and PCC, and minister under the direction of their incumbent. More here 

LPA training information and resources click here

Lay Worship Leaders (LWLs)

Lay Worship Leaders assist with planning and leading worship in the parishes where they live. Like LPAs, they are chosen by their incumbent and PCC and minister under the direction of their incumbent.  More here

Lay Worship Leader training resources here 

Updated Listing Commissioned Lay Pioneers (CLPs)

Alongside Lay Pastoral Assistants and Lay Worship Leaders, we are launching a new ministry - Commissioned Lay Pioneers - beginning with a pilot in St Peter’s Dorchester, and Christchurch Warminster in September. A Commissioned Lay Pioneer has a sense of calling to mission outside the church, working with others to gather people into new expression of Christian community.  If you know anyone who would be suitable, please .

 

 

 

 

Click here to enter Diocesan Directory

Click here to go to CMD information

Click Image to find a parish

 

Warden of LLMs

Associate Warden of LLMs

 

Discernment Advisers

Sarah Musgrave 
sarah.musgrave@salisbury.anglican.org

Alan McIntosh
alan.mcintosh@salisbury.anglican.org 

LLM Training Officer: New person in post 30th August 2019 

Click here for the Central Readers' Council website.

 

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