Ministry takes many forms and we have lots of ways of supporting both lay and ordained ministries:
Adventures in Faith seeks to identify the gifts and passions of everyone in the Diocese and to use them so we are all helped to deepen our faith and share in Christ‟s ministry.
Continuing Ministerial Development provision in the Diocese is open to all in authorised ministry and offers opportunities at all different stages of your ministry.
Information on Diocesan Curacies and grants for Mission Development Projects
The role of Diocesan IME is to support and appraise an ordinand's or lay reader candidate's progress in academic studies and as they are formed to exercise the church‟s public ministry.
The heart of a Lay Reader's ministry is preaching and teaching, but they also engage with other areas of church and community life according to their own gifts and and interests, and the needs of the people amongst whom they serve.
A listing of current ministerial vacancies in the Diocese of Edinburgh.
The role of the Diocesan Director of Ordinands (DDO) is to journey alongside people as they seek to discern whether they have a call to ordained ministry, whether priestly or diaconal.