Exploring Your Calling Resources

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We will regularly update this section - simply take a look at the resources below and the section menu to the left (or top on mobile devices) for a list of recommended resources in this section.

exploring your calling hexagonExploring what ministry you feel God could be calling you to

This core area of learning is aimed at those who are on a journey of exploration with God to find out how best to serve. There are courses and resources that will help in this process with leaders who have had the privilege of seeing many people find the best way of serving.


As the diocesan learning community for mission and ministry we want to point you in the direction of great ministry resources that we have researched and can recommend.  

We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose. 

Romans 8:28 NRSV

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Foundations is a one year part-time course and is a prerequisite to further licensed lay ministry training....

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Not Just a Day Job

An intensive course to discern your calling to self-supporting ministry.

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Five Fold Ministry Test

Are you a Apostle, Prophet, Teacher, Evangelist or Pastor? This test is designed to give you a snapshot of ...

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Diocese of Carlisle Your Shape for God's Service course

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Your Calling to Ministry in the Church of England

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Church of England Exploring Vocation Resources

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I too am CofE

A video presentation to the General Synod from the Committee for Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns - CMEAC

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