For Lay People
The word "lay" refers to anyone who is not ordained a deacon, priest or bishop.
A licensed lay person is someone who has been called to formal ministry within the church.
Lay people have countless opportunities to serve within the church and the best way to find out how you can help is to talk with your vicar/ministry team.
Within a Parish there are specific roles (or elected Offices) that lay people can commit to. Click on the following roles to find out more about them:
$400 for a Serving of Spinach!? (13th June 2017)
Please support the UW Chaplaincy team for Operation Refugee!
When two worlds meet! (12th June 2017)
Bishop Helen-Ann reflects on her time as Chaplain to the Magic netball team
To speak out or stay silent? (11th June 2017)
Bishop Helen-Ann reflects on the current euthanasia debate