Reader Ministry Explored Paperback
by Cathy Rowling; Paula Gooder;
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Reader Ministry Explored
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The public ministry of the Church of England currently comprises some 27,000 licensed ministers and more than 10,000 Readers. In many parishes and benefices, it is Readers who make the local pattern of worship sustainable Sunday to Sunday.
Cathy Rowling is a Canon and Prebendary of York. She is Dean of Womens Ministry in the Diocese, and is Diocesan Moderator of Readers.
Paula Gooder is Canon Theologian at Birmingham Cathedral and also an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Birmingham. She is a freelance writer and lecturer.
Reader Ministry Explored by Cathy Rowling; Paula Gooder was published by SPCK in June 2009 and is our 21129th best seller. The ISBN for Reader Ministry Explored is 9780281059812.
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Reader Ministry ExploredIan Gibbs, via The Good Book Stall
A book especially designed for those looking into the possibility of Reader ministry in the Church of England, those who feel they have a vocation, and those Readers who would find this resource book helpful. The history of this ministry is covered to some extent, and the inherent contradictions which arose are chronicled – not least the unsatisfactory title, ‘Reader’. For those charged with a preaching ministry, those resources needed to sustain it are detailed. The Spirituality of the Reader is also a major theme. The question remains however, what need are Readers meant to meet? Answering that question would be very helpful to all concerned.
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|Page last updated||24th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Cathy Rowling; Paula Gooder|
|Publisher||SPCK (June 2009)|
|Number of Pages||160|