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Do you have what it takes?
Has Christ called you in His service?

The United Episcopal Church of North America (UECNA) needs you!

 

Your Calling?

 

What you might expect !

Bishop.

If you are consecrated in Apostolic Succession and in search of a pastoral position within the continental United States submit your resume for evaluation. 

 

A Bishop of good standing in the Anglican tradition would be assigned a Diocese consisting of a given number of parishes, and will provide regular oversight, counsel and guidance to those parishes. An Episcopal visit to each parish will be made not less than once a year and attendance at national counsels and meetings as called.

 

 

 

 

Priesthood.

If you are ordained in Apostolic Succession or a licensed minister of the Word in search of a pastoral position within the continental United States submit your resume for evaluation. 

 

A priest of good standing in the Anglican tradition or a minister of the Word would be required to complete a refresher course and be accustomed with the intrinsic canons of the UECNA. If called upon, must be willing to relocate and available to provide the spiritual guidance necessary to the assigned parish and their members. The priest will take part in community activities and will actively evangelize the un-churched or the lost to become an active part of the Body of Christ. 

       

Diaconate.

If you are ordained in Apostolic Succession or a licensed minister of the Word in search of a pastoral position within the continental United States submit your resume for evaluation. 

 

A Deacon can be either a perpetual or a transitional deacon and will serve directly at the pleasure of the Presiding Bishop. A transitional deacon within the UECNA might be considered an intern. A transitional deacon, while assigned to a parish, could be called to assist a priest in a distant parish as part of his training, therefore he must be available for limited travel.  A transitional deacon will serve in this capacity not less than one year and complete a prescribed course of study before ordination to the priesthood.

       

Postulant.

If you are a layman that feels he has truly been called to His service in Holy Orders and desire to answer His call to service.

 

As a student for Holy orders a postulant must complete not less than one year of study. This will consist of Church History, Pastoral Work, Liturgics, Doctrine and Holy Scripture. He will also assist his local parish as a layreader in the offices of the church as called upon and allowed by the canons of the church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IF YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES ~

WE NEED YOU!

 

CONTACT THE MOST REVEREND STEPHEN C. REBER SR.
Presiding Bishop of the UECNA
614 Pebblestone Court
Statesville, North Carolina 28625

Or Email:
The Archdeacon of the East  The Venerable George E. McClellan

Or phone:
1 (704) 871-0272


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