Whether you feel the call to serve God as minister, preacher, chaplain, pastor, priest, deacon, brother or sister, or even rabbi, becoming ordained online can be a real and legal way for you to achieve your goal.
Once your application to become ordained has been approved,
you will receive a minister license in the mail to perform weddings,
baptisms, funerals, conduct services and other church ceremonies.
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Becoming ordained can be difficult through traditional paths such as seminary study. If you have family commitments, work commitments, or if you decide later in life that becoming a minister is what you want to do, attending a seminary, college or university may not be possible. But many people are well-qualified for a role as ministers through their previous education, work training, work experience or lifetime experience. But for those who need it, optional training courses are available for
- Personal development and well-being
- Counseling techniques to improve pastoral skills
- Minister training - equips you for your pastoral role
- Bible Study - discover the New Testament
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Become ordained as a minister.