Wedding Officiant Trainer and Coach
Many organizations are training people to become wedding celebrants these days. It is a wonderful way to help people and earn some income at the same time.
Train to be a Wedding Officiant - Ontario Residents
Have you been looking for a way to become a wedding
officiant? We can help! Become a Pastoral Chaplain with our inclusive
progressive church. Training sessions are scheduled throughout the year.
We meet online on Zoom, a user-friendly platform you can use on any
device. In the session, you'll learn about the role of the Pastoral Chaplain
and especially, the elements involved with working with couples and offering
meaningful, personalized weddings in accordance with the Province of Ontario.
It is intense but we have a lot of fun! All materials and
resources will be sent to you electronically. We conclude with the chaplain
To register: Candidates must be baptized, obtain a police
clearance report and complete a Chaplain application form.
Pastoral chaplains must agree with the policies and mission
of our inclusive and progressive church and uphold the rights of all people.
They must agree to officiate at all weddings, including same-gender.
More information: http://www.stfrancisseminary.com/pastoral-chaplains
Contact: Bishop Deborah Vaughan: firstname.lastname@example.org
See our chaplains: https://www.communitycatholicchurch.com/pastoral-chaplains
The Call to Ordained Ministry
Train to be a Deacon, and later a Priest
The call to a life of service in the name of Jesus is a most rewarding yet challenging path. The Community Catholic Church of Canada is blessed to have a team of clergy who are caring, compassionate and deeply committed to being ambassadors of Christ's teachings and Good News in the world.
We offer a six-month program through St Francis Seminary for those who feel called to ordained ministry beginning with studies for the diaconate. If desired, graduates of the program can go forward to the Priesthood. Our minimum age requirement for those seeking holy orders is 25 years of age.
The next Diploma in Ministry Course leading to ordination as a deacon in our Church begins in November 2019. Please contact Archbishop Deborah at email@example.com if you have questions or would like to register.