Have you recently been feeling that God is calling you to do something different in your life?
Have you noticed that even though you’re already involved in a ministry at your church, it seems like you are ready to do more?
Has anyone ever told you, “You’d make a great Deacon (or Priest)”? If any of these things are true, perhaps it’s time for you to learn more about ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church.
The Commission on Ministry for the Diocese of San Joaquin invites you to a Day of Discernment on Saturday, April 14th from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral in Visalia.
The day is designed to examine the four groups of ministers in the Episcopal Church, see how those groups work together, and find out where we are “Called to Be….” in response to our baptismal vows.
The agenda includes a Bible Study based on the Kaleidoscope Method, an exploration of how we are called to use our gifts and talents to further God’s kingdom, and a question and answer period about the ordination process.
The cost of this event is $10 and includes morning snacks and lunch. There will be an opportunity for further study, if you desire, for an additional fee.
For more information and to register, please click here